A Valentine’s Day Concert: Performances by Howard Hewett & Richard Elliot

Miramar Cultural Center/ArtsPark

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In a Nutshell

Sax-master Richard Elliot and R&B Vocalist, Howard Hewett set the mood for Valentine’s Day with an evening of soulful, romantic tunes

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The Deal

Howard Hewett

  • How Howard got his start in the music industry: by dancing
  • What kind of dancing?: the incredibly cool kind that gets you noticed on Soul Train
  • How that led to a recording career: He became one-third of Shalamar alongside fellow dancers Jeffrey Daniel and Jody Watley
  • Hits Howard had with Shalamar: “Take That to the Bank” and the Grammy-winning “Don’t Get Stopped in Beverly Hills,” among others
  • Hits he had as a solo artist: “Can U Feel Me,” “Strange Relationship,” and “I Commit to Love,” to name a few
  • How AllMusic.com describes him: as one of “…the great pure vocalists of the urban contemporary era”

Richard Elliot

  • Richard Elliot’s instrument: tenor sax
  • Richard Elliot’s sound: spans the spectrum from fat and funky to smooth as a swimming pool full of caramel
  • Richard Eliot’s funky side: his years with his former band, Tower of Power
  • A good place to start: Tower of Power, particularly “So Very Hard to Go” and “What is Hip?”
  • Richard Eliot’s smooth side: can be heard in “In the Groove,” Percy Sledge’s “When a Man Loves a Woman,” and Luther Vandross’s “Here and Now”
  • Where to start: 2014’s Lip Service

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