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Boyz II Men w/special guest Bell Biv DeVoe

  • Overview
    Boyz II Men remains one of the most truly iconic R&B groups in music history. The group redefined popular R&B and continues to create timeless hits that appeal to fans across all generations; the band has penned & performed some of the most celebrated classics of the past two decades. The group’s four Grammy Awards are just the tip of the iceberg: throughout their 25-year career, Boyz II Men has also won a whopping nine American Music Awards, nine Soul Train Awards, three Billboard Awards & a 2011 MOBO Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as well & a Casino Entertainment Award for their acclaimed residency at the Mirage Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, which has been ongoing since 2013.

    Boyz II Men’s past hits include: “End of the Road,” “I’ll Make Love to You,” “One Sweet Day,” “Motownphilly” & many others. And, their recent albums have earned them major critical acclaim as well.

    The trio holds the distinction of being the best-selling R&B group of all time, with an astounding 64 million albums sold. And, the reason is abundantly clear: for the past two decades, Boyz II Men has given fans a rich catalogue of hits filled with smooth harmonies & enduring themes. And for Boyz II Men, the hits just keep on coming—the group continues to craft new albums & bring their legendary act to stages across the world.  For information on tour dates and everything Boyz II Men, head to: www.BoyzIIMen.com.

    Boasting their "hip-hop smoothed out on the R&B tip with a pop-feel-appeal to it," Bell Biv DeVoe spun off from New Edition following the parent group's tour in support of 1988's Heart Break. Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe, all original members of New Edition, complied with the urging of that album's producers, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, and started fresh with a more street-oriented approach to contemporary R&B. The trio enlisted a variety of producers for their debut, including Dr. Freeze, Hank and Keith Shocklee, and Eric Sadler, the latter three of whom had worked extensively with Public Enemy.