Just like James Brown’s howls and Marvin Gaye’s crooning, El DeBarge’s falsetto is unmistakable. Motown was in DeBarge’s blood - - he was born in Detroit and by the time he was 20 years old, he was singing live at a piano in front of Berry Gordy. In the ’80s, El DeBarge and his siblings formed The DeBarges, becoming a sensation while opening for Luther Vandross. A string of hit singles – “All My Love,” “Rhythm of the Night,” “I Like It” – followed, but he stopped releasing albums after 1994. However, he reemerged in 2010 with a new album, Second Chance, which garnered him three Grammy Award nominations. Expect new and old favorites when he plays the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club. Make a full night of it by arriving early and enjoying the club’s classic Continental fare and extensive drink menu.