Grammy winners, R&B innovators, and vocal powerhouses such as Teddy Riley and Ginuwine perform at this ’90s music jam
What You'll Get
- One G-Pass to see Pittsburgh ’90s Block Party, starting from $49
- Seating: Sec. 104–107 and 122–125
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Pittsburgh ’90s Block Party
- Guy: A Harlem trio who helped define the New Jack Swing sound, Guy’s influences in the music world can be heard not only in their own hits—which range from 1991’s “Let’s Chill” to 1999’s “Dancin’“—but also in seminal tracks such as Bobby Brown’s “My Prerogative,” which they helped write.
- Teddy Riley: As a member of both Guy and Blackstreet, Teddy pioneered the New Jack Swing sound and won Grammy awards for hits such as “No Diggity.” As a producer and songwriter, Teddy has worked with top artists such as Michael Jackson, Snoop Dogg, and Lady Gaga.
- Jagged Edge: Steered by the intertwining vocals of identical twins the Casey Brothers, this group scored a Grammy nomination with the jam “Where the Party At” before recording soulful salutes to monogamy with their album Baby Makin’ Project and their hit “Let’s Get Married.”
- 112: Georgia R&B quartet best known for their Grammy-winning background vocals on P. Diddy’s “I’ll Be Missing You,” as well as the hits “Only You,” “Anywhere,” and “Peaches & Cream”
- Ginuwine: With his massive hit, the Timbaland-produced jam “Pony,” which rocketed up the charts in 1996 and has seen a rebirth with its titillating spot in the film Magic Mike
- Next: the Minneapolis R&B trio filled the late ’90s and 2000s with slinky smash hits such as “Butta Love,” “Too Close,” and “Wifey”
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