Soul veterans behind “Cloud Nine,” “In the Rain,” “The Rubberband Man,” and “Shining Star” join forces for star-studded evening
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The Temptations Review Featuring Dennis Edwards: The former lead singer of The Temptations guides his group—which also includes the son of original Temptations member Paul Williams, Jr.—through hits such as ”Cloud Nine” and “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone.”
The Dramatics: These Detroit natives and members of the R&B Hall of Fame rocketed up the charts with ’70s hits “Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get” and “In the Rain,” then surprised the world with a Snoop Dogg collaboration—1993’s “Doggy Dogg World.”
The Spinners: A flag bearer of the Sweet Philly soul music scene, Henry Fambrough leads his new crew through the endlessly romantic “I’ll Be Around” and the funky chart topper “The Rubberband Man.”
The Manhattans: Formed in the 1960s as a doo-wop quintet, The Manhattans reinvented themselves as sweet soul balladeers during the 1970s. Hits, including “Kiss and Say Goodbye” and “Shining Star,” made them a fixture on the R&B Top 10 charts thanks to lead singer Gerald Alston’s smooth croon.