70s Soul Jam Tickets for Sale
The tour stops at venues with audiences ranging from 2,500 to 7,000 people, and selling out across the United States. In 2002, the 70's Soul Jam was broadcasted on the public television station PBS as part of the PBS fundraising programming effort. The Chi-Lites, Persuaders, Dramatics, Intruders, and Stylistics will each perform as part of the '70s Soul Jam concert, occurring February 22 at Detroit's Fox Theatre. Tickets to the show go on sale January 4 through Ticketmaster, and they range in price from $27.50 to $37.50.This is the second time there has been a manifestation of the '70s Soul Jam concert series. Last year, the Delfonics, Stylistics, and the Manhattans featuring Gerald Alston & Blue Lovett brought the '70s Soul Jam to more than 15 venues. As an addition to that tour, the Satellite Record Music Company released a series of discs titled The '70s Soul Jam. The three-volume set featured 10 tracks from the Stylistics, six from the Delfonics, five each from the Chi-Lites and Harold Melvin's Blue Notes; four from the Dramatics, three from Cuba Gooding Sr. of the Main Ingredient, and one from Major Harris. The set can still be purchased at 70souljam.com.
Rhythm and Blues is a form of American popular music, influenced by the blues and characterized by a strong beat. Soul is a strong expression of this quality in a musical performance, and '70's Soul Jam is a live show celebrating sweet soul music with some of the best stars of that era. All are still at the top of their game. Created by New Jersey's own T.J. Lubinsky, and hosted by 'Dyno-mite!' Jimmy 'J.J.' Walker, star of the hit '70s sitcom Good Times, this concert special brings together, in a once-in-a-lifetime event, legendary artists of the period performing their most memorable hits.