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Mothers Day Music Festival is a sensational annual event attracting audience from all over the globe for mega performances every year. The event incorporates several different genres of music making the event a catch for every generation. Artists performing in the 2011 Mothers Day Music Fest include The O’ Jays and Keith Sweat, The Whispers, and Charlie Wilson.
Mothers Day Music Fest 2012 is going to take place at the Broadwalk Hall in Atlantic City. The schedule and the artists performing at the event have been announced. These include Patti LaBelle, Charlie Wilson, Johnny Gill and many more. Grab your Mothers Day Music Fest tickets at the earliest to avoid any last minute trouble as the event is scheduled for mother’s day weekend. Diehard fans from all over the United States are booking their Mothers Day Music Fest tickets.
Very much like the previous year, the event is expected to be declared completely sold-out way ahead of time. The live performance of the majestic artists in one night under one roof is a dream come true for millions of fans out there. This year’s lineup brings to the audience a unique combination of soul and classic R&B along with the breathtaking performance of Philadelphia based Patti Labelle. Book your Mothers Day Music Fest tickets right away and tell your mother how much you love her.
Every female in the world - mother, sister, friend, or wife - will love The Whispers performing live for them. Women can’t help swaying their arms on the melodious “Chocolate Girl”. Their silky smooth way of singing catches their audience taking them to all their sweet memories of life. You hear a song for merely 30 seconds and you can tell it belongs to The Whisper. The uniqueness in their sound and the unmatched harmony in their tunes can never be duplicated. The Whisper is a California based band which emerged in the 60s and is rocking the music world since then. Current members of the R&B band include Russell Horne, Walter Scott, Wallace Scott, Nicholas Caldwell, and Leaveil Degree. Several of their albums have crossed gold and platinum certifications. The Whisper have had a history of performing at the Mothers Day Music Fest. “It’s a Love Thing”, “And The Beat Goes On”, “I Was Born When You Kissed Me”, “Innocent”, and “Lady” are one a few of their hits.
Charlie Wilson is another R&B performer of the time. He is the lead vocalist for the band Gap Band. However, he has also released quite a few solo studio albums and has been nominated six times for the Grammy Awards. Wilson has received the BMI Icon Award. His singles have peaked at Billboard Magazine several times including titles such as number 1 Urban Adult Song (2009) and number 1 Adult R&B Artist (2009).
After spending more than five decades in the music industry, it won’t be wrong to say Patti Labelle is the female ghost of music industry having experimented various genres of music, art, and acting. Songs like “You Are My Friend”, “Only If You Knew”, “On My Own”, “New Attitude”, and Love, Need and Want You” are some a few of her hit singles. She was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003 for her single “Lady Marmalade”. Her singles have gained international recognition and she has won a number of Best Female R&B Performer of the Year awards. Having Patti Labelle in the lineup for Mothers Day Music Fest has dramatically raised the number of people grabbing Mothers Day Music Fest tickets.
Here is the time to book your very own Mothers Day Music Fest tickets and take your mother and the rest of your family to a delightful event giving them a night to remember for the rest of their lives.