Luther Live at Granville Theatre on Sunday 21st April 2024 at 19:30.
Luther Vandross, the legend lives on.
The world’s premier show in celebration of ‘The Velvet Voice’. Experience all the hits from his amazing career, culminating over 40 million album sales and eight Grammy awards including many of the greatest dance anthems and love songs ever written, fronted by international Luther Vandross tribute Harry Cambridge and his 10-piece band.
Featuring hits including Never Too Much, Here and Now, Give Me the Reason, I Really Didn’t Mean It, Stop to Love, So Amazing, The Best Things in Life Are Free, Always and Forever, Endless Love, Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now, Your Secret Love, Shine, The Closer I Get To You, Love The One You’re With, Any Love, Superstar, Until You Come Back to Me, Dance with My Father and many, many more.
Book tickets for Luther Live at Granville Theatre on Sunday 21st April 2024 at 19:30.
Running Time: 2 hours 20 minutes incl. interval
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Victoria Parade, Ramsgate CT11 8DG
Information about Luther Vandross that you may not know:
- Vandross was never formally trained in music. He learned to sing by listening to records and by watching other singers perform.
- Vandross was a successful songwriter and record producer before he became a solo artist. He wrote songs for many other artists, including Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, and Mariah Carey. He also produced albums for artists such as Chaka Khan and Patti LaBelle.
- Vandross was diagnosed with diabetes in the early 1990s. He underwent a kidney transplant in 1999, and he continued to perform despite his health problems.
- Vandross’s final album, Dance with My Father, was inspired by his childhood memories of dancing with his father. The album was a critical and commercial success, and it won Vandross two Grammy Awards.
- Vandross never publicly came out as gay, but many of his close friends and colleagues have confirmed that he was.
- Vandross was a vocal advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. He was a founding member of the Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), and he appeared in several public service announcements about HIV/AIDS.
I hope you found these facts about Luther Vandross to be interesting