wed14feb6:00 PMGinuwine / Dru Hill / Next - CancelledThe Saban Theatre - Beverly Hills, 8440 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211Cancelled

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At the age of 21 Ginuwine enjoyed immediate success with the release of ‘Pony,’ which reached number 1 on Billboard’s R&B chart, and number 6 on the Hot 100 chart. As a result his debut album, written and recorded with Timbaland, was assured of mainstream media attention, and reached number 45 on the album chart. To promote the set, Ginuwine set out on a national tour supporting Aaliyah, Dru Hill, Mary J. Blige and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. A string of crossover hit singles followed, including ‘Tell Me Do U Wanna’, ‘I’ll Do Anything/I’m Sorry’ and ‘Only When U R Lonely’. On the strength of his work with the singer, Timbaland went on to become one of the main forces in late 90s R&B.

March 1999’s ‘What’s So Different’ (which reached UK number 10), provided him with his strongest single to date. The US Top 10 album 100% Ginuwine was another showcase for his classy vocal skills and Timbaland’s inventive production, featuring the huge radio hit “So Anxious.” During the following two years, Ginuwine balanced shooting his movie debut with the recording of a new album, The Life. The single “Differences” was a major US pop hit. In 2002 he made his big-screen debut in the basketball comedy Juwanna Mann. Both The Senior (2003) and Back II Da Basics (2005) were classy, mature collections that focused on ballads and mid-tempo songs.

High-school friends Larry “Jazz” Anthony, Mark “Sisqó” Andrews, Tamir “Nokio” Ruffin, and James “Woody Rock” Green formed Dru Hill in 1992, named in honor of their Baltimore neighborhood, Druid Hill Park. The vocalists performed at the music industry convention Impact ’96 and were signed by Island not long after. By late 1996, Dru Hill had released their self-titled debut album, produced by Keith Sweat, Stanley Brown, and Tim “Dawg” Patterson. The single “Tell Me” — culled from the soundtrack to the film Eddie — became a Top Five R&B hit and later went gold. Enter the Dru followed in 1998, peaking at number two on the Billboard album chart. Despite Sisqó’s solo success with “Thong Song,” the group continued intact — along with new member Scola — and issued Dru World Order in 2002, two years after it was initially slated for release. Hits followed in 2005, eventually reaching three million in sales. Scola was later replaced by Antwuan “Tao” Simpson, and the group released its fourth studio album, Indrupendence Day, in 2010. Their return was the subject of Keith Sweat’s Platinum House, a reality series broadcast on the Centric channel.

R&B trio Next originally rose to prominence in the late 1990s and early 2000s.  The group is best know for their #1 hit single “Too Close,” as well as the hits “Wifey,” “Butta Love,” and “I Still Love You,” all of which still receive frequent airplay on Urban Adult Contemporary radio stations in the U.S. and internationally.

Valentine’s Day: February 14, 2024

Doors 6pm. Show 8:00pm.

$250 / $200 / $160 / $125 / $99 + appliable fees

Under 18 Must Be Accompanied by a Paying Adult.

With regard and respect for the safety of our patrons no bags allowed unless they are clear and their contents are clearly visible.



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