"Triads of Soul" Feat. Hit Songs of Al Green, Sam Cooke, & Otis Redding

"Triads of Soul" Feat. Hit Songs of Al Green, Sam Cooke, & Otis Redding

Sun · May 19, 2019

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

This event is all ages

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"Triads of Soul" Feat. Hit Songs of Al Green, Sam Cooke, & Otis Redding - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
"Triads of Soul" Feat. Hit Songs of Al Green, Sam Cooke, & Otis Redding
The Triads of Soul is a tribute to three of the most influential figures in the history of Modern Soul Music. Al Green, Otis Redding, & Sam Cooke broke racial and musical barriers in their prime and their legacies continue to thrive decades after their 1st commercial releases.

On May 19th,2019- 3 of the Central’s Virginia’s most talented national recording artists come together for a One-Night Only experience to capture and inculcate the musical essence and spirit of each of these Legends, backed by a live band compromised of some of the best professional musicians from around the country.

Jon Bibbs as "Sam Cooke" -
What is the measure of an artist? And, how does one measure the art of Jon Bibbs? Is it through influences as varied as saxophonist Lester Young, opera singer Maria Callas, and funky multi-instrumentalist native son Michael “D’Angelo” Archer for music touched by everything from gospel quartet to the classical? Is it through the telling generosity of a man whose first album, True Story in 2001, was not even for himself, but for the engineering studies of a producer friend? Maybe one assesses an artist through the sheer volume of quality output with five well-received projects released over the last fourteen years, including Red in 2003, the critically acclaimed breakthrough album that is the internationally beloved Unbreakable in 2005, the adventurous and deeply personal heartbreak of the iTunes and Amazon charting Ode to Old Flames in 2012 (peak: #11 & #14 R&B, respectively), the traditionalism of American Songbook standards through the minimalist Jazz Variations Live from New York in 2013. Maybe its how a self-described torchbearer honors the past of the Black American Music tradition as the stylistic Bibbs did with sell-out, one-man Iconic Men of Soul tribute shows to Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, and Marvin Gaye? Perhaps its by the creatives who’ve shared studios or stages with Bibbs that honor his name with their tongues, stars like Ledisi, Roy Ayers, Chuck Brown, Snoop Dogg, John Legend, Wiz Khalifa, Jennifer Hudson, Melanie Fiona, Maimouna Youssef, Alison Carney, among others. Awards? How about SoulTracks Male Vocalist of the Year nominee in 2012? Stages? Bibbs has done everything from S.O.B.s in NYC to the Howard Theater in DC. Does one measure an artist by his creative and technical abilities as a quadruple threat: writer, producer, composer, and multi-instrumental musician who has innovative songs bridging country and soul like his forthcoming love letter to his wife, “Nobody Loves You More,” or a long proven ability to marry jazz and soul as with his new collaboration with Dwele on “Love In Waiting?” Maybe its through his willingness to be vulnerable in an effort to take people on a journey through the continuum of Black American music as he did on his go-for-broke performance of Nina Simone’s, “I Put A Spell On You,” from Ode to Old Flames. By any of those measures, Bibbs is as accomplished an artist, as he is enviable a talent.

Garnett Boldin as “Al Green” –
Soul singer Garnett Boldin works tirelessly to build his reputation as one of soul musics most talented and elite performers. Garnett's sound combines the raw fervor of contemporaries of John Legend and the burning precision of D'Angelo. Born Garnett Harris Boldin Jr. was a child prodigy who grew up in Virginia where he began singing gospel at the tender age of 3 and playing trumpet at eleven. Loving music and singing Garnett has enjoyed performing on- stage at various local hometown events and the legendary Apollo Theater and SOBs. Garnett has opened for many talented people including the great Roy C , Robin Thicke, Roxanne Shante, Michel' le, Rah Digga, SLICK RICK just to name a few. Garnett writes music and has worked or collaborated with industry artist "Skillz", "Red Rum" and the late "Kleph Dollarz". Garnett was recognized by his hometown in 2012 and 2018 for "Best R&B Male Artist" of the year. Garnett has released a succesful debut album " Know Your Soul " MAY 20th 2016. Remember the name it will echo in legend with the greats.

Rodney” The Soul Singer” Stith as Otis Redding -
When you think about music, the sound and how it makes you feel, you also think about the time and place,and how that song was created or what made that artist write or sing it. Well, Rodney is that artist. His powerful urban retro soul sound brings a unique style and blend, when performance's brings back the soulful sound of the old rhythm and blues. Born and raised in Petersburg, Va with such major recording artist such as Trey Songz and Tyra B. music was the only form of pleasure. Rodney's affinity for music dates back to his early experience singing in the choir of his down home Baptist roots. His grandfather introduced him to the piano and uncle taught him the guitar while playing in local gospel groups. Rodney's vocals delivery comes across with a smooth edge, mellow on the mind, yet powers enough to stir new emotions with each note.
Venue Information:
The Tin Pan
8982 Quioccasin Road
Richmond, VA, 23229