K-Ci & JoJo and Dru Hill

Saturday, September 2

Doors 7 PM | Show 8 PM | Reserved Seating

Buy ticket for K-Ci and Jojo and Dru Hill priced at $39.50, $49.50, $59.50, $79.50, $119.50 plus applicable fees.

Come witness a BATTLE OF THE BANDS with K-Ci & JoJo and Dru Hill with Tony! Toni! Tone‘! And Next.

Hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina, R&B duo, K-Ci & Jojo have been on the scene since their debut in 1994, when they released a rendition of “If You Think You’re Lonely Now” by Bobby Womack. They have earned an American Music Award and a Blockbuster Award.

K-Ci and Jojo the dynamic duo came to prominence when they covered “If You Think You’re Lonely Now”, which featured on the film Joson’s Lyric. They also sang “How Could You” for the film, Bulletproof. It was after working alongside 2Pac, on his hit, “How Do U Want It”, which sat at the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100. They released their debut album “Love Always” on June 17th 1997, which became an international success, making the charts in eight countries and earning Platinum certification. The album went on to give the band two top 10 R&B singles, “You Bring Me Up” and “Last Night’s Letter”. It was the third single that they released “All My Life” that hit the number one spot in the Billboard Hot 100, remaining there for three weeks. It reached the top spot in Australia, Netherlands and New Zealand too.

The bands sequential album “It’s Real”, released on June 22nd 1999, achieved similar success to its predecessor, and being certified Platinum. It reached 8 on the Billboard 200, and made it to number 2 on the R&B charts. The single “Tell Me It’s Real” reached number to in the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. The album led them to be the recipients of the American Music Award for ‘Favorite R&B Band’, and also a Blockbuster Award for ‘Best Group – R&B’.

Their third album “X” released on December 5th 2000, peaked at number 20 in the Billboard 200, but still achieved number 3 in the R&B chart. Their following two albums “Emotional” released on November 26 2002 and “My Brother’s Keeper” released September 30th 2013, made it to number 18 and 20 in the R&B Charts.

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