***6:30pm Show Tickets are not included in this Pre Show Event***
Each guest must purchase an additional ticket to the show 6:30pm with Michael Lington & Regina Belle.
Please join us for an amazing Pre Show Event. Michael Lington & Special Guest Regina Belle
Hosted by Cary Hardwick & Laurie Sisneros
This is a private pre-show event
exclusively for guests who purchase the additional $35 ticket.
$35 per person Cover Charge.
Doors Open at 4:00 pm for Pre Show Event.
Pre Show Event starts at 5:00 pm.
Over 25 years into one of contemporary jazz’s most storied and exhilarating careers, #1 Billboard charting saxophonist Michael Lington is as passionately expressive and sonically innovative as ever. The Danish born artist’s upward trajectory now leads him, on his new single, to vibe with a bona fide “Moon Goddess” – a vibrant and explosive, hard grooving, and emotionally empowering track showcasing the intuitive dynamic he creates co-writing and co-producing for the first time with famed saxophonist, producer and horn arranger David Mann. With a loose, freewheeling and soulful energy reminiscent of classic Contemporary jazz albums by CTI Records, the high intensity track marks Lington’s continued collaboration with legendary guitarist Paul Jackson Jr (whose infectious jangly funk intro and later solo are highlights) and first ever session with veteran jazz/R&B drummer Michael White. “Moon Goddess,” a nod to Ramsey Lewis’ “Sun Goddess,” will appear on Lington’s upcoming EP, Looking Ahead (Released in May), his first set of new recordings since 2018 Silver Lining.
Regina Belle is an Academy Award-winning and Multi Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and actress, with a string of hits including Make It Like It Was, If I Could, Baby Come To Me and This Is Love, Regina Belle has made a career following her heart and moving gracefully between the worlds of R&B, Gospel and Jazz. She is an entertainer of immeasurable musical talent. This New Jersey native has earned distinction as an international treasure. Her luminous vocals on the Peabo Bryson duet, A Whole New World, (Grammy’s Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group in 1994) solidified her place as music royalty.