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2nd Annual R&B Rewind Fest

Jodeci, Blackstreet, En Vogue, Ginuwine, 112, Jon B., Shai

Microsoft Theater Los Angeles, CA - 8:00 PM


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2nd Annual R&B Rewind Fest

2nd Annual R&B Rewind Fest

Jodeci, Blackstreet, En Vogue, Ginuwine, 112, Jon B., Shai

Microsoft Theater
777 Chick Hearn Court
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Sat, Jan 21, 2017 - 8:00PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Onsale: Tue, Sep 6, 2016 - 12:00PM PST

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Bio: Jodeci

Jodeci is an American musical group, whose repertoire includes R&B, soul music, and new jack swing. The group consists of two pairs of brothers from Hampton, Virginia and Charlotte, North Carolina: the DeGrates (Donald "DeVante Swing" DeGrate, the group founder/leader, and Dalvin DeGrate) and the Haileys (main lead singer Cedric "K-Ci" Hailey and second lead singer Joel "Jo-Jo" Hailey). The group's name is a combination of the names of its members: Jo-Jo, DeVante and K-Ci.

Jodeci was the starting point for the careers of artists such as Missy Elliott, Timbaland, and Ginuwine. The group had a successful string of hit singles and platinum albums until the group went on indefinite hiatus after 1996. The Hailey brothers continued to perform together under the name K-Ci and Jo-Jo, and had success on the pop charts beyond that of the original band.

On May 28, 1991, Jodeci released their debut album, Forever My Lady, which included the singles "Gotta Love", "Forever My Lady", "Stay", "Come and Talk To Me", and "I'm Still Waiting". Three of these singles hit #1 on the R&B charts and the album sold over three million copies. Jodeci won an American Music Award for Come and Talk to Me.

On July 18, 1995, Jodeci released their third and to date, final album, The Show, The After Party, The Hotel. The album was another step forward in terms of DeVante's production and the group's songwriting skills, assisted on some tracks by Missy Elliott, Timbaland and a fresh R&B group from Louisville, Kentucky named Playa consisting of Steve "Static" Garrett, Smokey and Black. A number of hit singles were launched from this record, including "Love U 4 Life" (US #31), "Get On Up" (US #22), and the Top 20 hit "Freek'n You" (US #14), a remix of which featured Ghostface Killah and Raekwon.

After 10 years, the band came back together for a song during the beginning of 2005. The 4 members passed into DJ Quik's studio while he was playing his "Quik's Groove 7". The boys liked it and wanted to sing on it. The song was released under the title of "Quikstrumental (Quik's Groove 7)" on DJ Quik's album Trauma on Sept. 13th 2005.

Bio: 112

With 25 years in the business, 112's hits span over two decades, working with some of the biggest hip-hop artists of all time. The Grammy award winning artist are renowned for their energy filled performances.

Bio: Jon B.

Born in Rhode Island, Jonathan Buck was raised primarily in Pasadena, Calif. During his childhood, he spent many afternoons in the record store owned by his grandparents. "I literally listened to records all day long," he attests. "I had a very large collection, and I didn't even understand the cultural impact of the music I was listening to; I just knew I liked certain records, everything by The Bee Gees, Earth, Wind & Fire, Diana Ross … I didn't know anything about genre or style; I just knew good music."

Good music quickly became an addiction - and a life path... "The summer after I graduated from high school, I told my dad I was going to pursue music and not go to college. He just looked at me and said, 'Well, you better get a record deal!'" Jon recalls with a laugh... But the young artist's commitment was no laughing matter. That very summer he wrote, produced and recorded 40 incredible songs and began making his rounds to all major record labels. Within a few months, he'd met Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and his wife, Tracy Edmonds, who were interested in signing Jon to their label imprint, Edmonds Record Group (formerly Yab Yum).

He continued his mission with Pleasures U Like, which rose to 3 on the R&B charts in 2001. The first single, the hit love-at-first-club-sighting anthem "Don't Talk" single-handedly pushed the album past 470,000 units sold and now yet another certified Gold album... His fourth album "Stronger Everyday" reaffirmed this fine tradition. Although the album was never promoted correctly and very limited funds backing the album, Stronger Everyday still managed to sell over 120,000 units. "It's a shame that Sanctuary did not push the album the way they should have, the label had financial problems and stopped spending money on their artists. I was one of the unfortunate ones who got caught up in the Sanctuary nightmare, but I still give thanks to Matthew Knowles for giving me another album for my fans. I sold 120,000 albums based on fan base alone, no video play, limited radio play, no advertising, no publicity…we basically were able to sell that many CD's on website newsletters and live shows"...

Jon's fifth album entitled "Helpless Romantic" on the Arsenal/Vibezelect/Universal label is a self-produced album and is all Jon B, although the album will have special guest appearances (Paul Wall), Jon wrote and produced 95% of the album, which is due out April 2008. The first single "Ooh So Sexy" feat. Paul Wall is a catchy melodic tune and will impact radio February 12, 2008. "We are going back to the "Cool Relax" days, with the majority of the album being ballads. Although, my last album Stronger Everyday was a hot album, it was something new for me, with "Helpless Romantic"; I am going back to my "soul" and my songwriting skills. This album will be sexy, cool, and hot and my fans will re-live the "Cool Relax" days.

Once again this album will take you on a journey of what has been happening in my life since my last album."

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