2017 Summer Spirit Festival Day TWO – Tickets – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, Maryland – August 6th, 2017
2017 Summer Spirit Festival Day TWO
Bel Biv Devoe, SWV, The Internet, Guy featuring Teddy Riley, En Vogue, DJ Kool, Tish Hyman, plus a Very Special Guest - TBA
Doors: 1:00 pm / Show: 2:00 pmMerriweather Post Pavilion
$54.00 - $650.00
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SWV's "Anything" contribution to the sound track for the movie Above the Rim became a top R&B hit in the spring of 1994. The entire soundtrack released a number of top 10 smash hits, resulting in the multi-platinum status of the soundtrack's debut. In the spring of 1994, SWV released the remix version of "Anything", which went gold.
In 1996, SWV returned with another platinum album, New Beginning, which was preceded by the number one hit "You're the One" and The Neptune's hit "Use your Heart".
In 1997, SWV released their third album Release Some Tension, which spawned several top ten hits, such as "Someone" with Sean Puffy Combs, who produced the track and who was a featured artist on "Lose My Cool", a rhythmic duet between SWV and rap artist Redman; "Rain" a trademark torch ballad written and produced by the first album collaborator, Brian Alexander Morgan; and "Can We" featuring Missy Elliot and produced by Timberland, which was also featured on the Booty Call soundtrack.
SWV has appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, New York Undercover, and Showtime at the Apollo, and their music has been included on several movie soundtracks such as Waiting to Exhale, Have Plenty, Booty Call, and Above the Rim.
Taj, Lelee, and Coko reunited in 2005 as SWV and have been performing non-stop ever since. They have toured with Dru Hill, Salt-N-Pepa, Silk, Jon B, Kelly Price, and Carl Thomas, traveling extensively all over the world.
In 2008, SWV was also an honored guest at the BET Awards performing with Alicia Keys, En Vogue and TLC.
SWV released their fourth studio album in over 15 years titled I Missed Us in 2012, and is gearing up to release their fifth album in 2016.
SWV is one the world's top selling female R&B groups, and is indeed striving continuously to be one of the hardest working female groups in the entertainment industry today!
produce at age 15. She also sings, imbuing every song with a sultry, mellifluous, quiet power. Matt
produces and plays synths. She’s now 23; he’s now 26. Like all post-modern relationships, the duo
initially met on Myspace in 2008, only to meet in-person three years later.
-THE INTERNET have released two albums previously – 2011’s Purple Naked Ladies, and 2012’s Feel
-THE INTERNET branched off from the Odd Future collective and started their own band in 2011. Syd
had been writing music since she was small; she put this on hold to become OF’s DJ and producer, and
picked her songs back up in 2011 to make her first full-length album with Matt.
-When they play live, THE INTERNET is a band – a six-person outfit whose youngest member is 17. They began playing as a full-band in order to tour behind Feel Good, and the band members all contributed their talents to THE INTERNET’s 2015 album EGO DEATH.
The group signed to Andre Harrell's Uptown Records, and released their self-titled debut album Guy in June 1988. Five singles were released from the album, four of which became significant R&B hits. The singles, "'Round And 'Round (Merry-Go-Round of Love), (US R&B #24); "Groove Me", (US R&B #4); "Teddy's Jam", (US R&B #5); "I Like", (US R&B #2); and "Spend the Night", (US R&B #15), propelled the album to double platinum status off the strength of those R&B hits. Another song from the album, "Piece of My Love", also received a tremendous amount of airplay on R&B stations. The album impressively climbed to #27 on the US Top 200 Album Chart, and peaked at #1 on the R&B Album Chart.
In 1999, Riley and the Hall brothers reunited to release their first album in nine years titled “Guy III”. The album featured the modest hit "Dancin'", which peaked at #19 on the US Hot 100 chart, becoming surprisingly their biggest hit on the pop charts.
Music video by Guy performing Groove Me. (C) 1988 Geffen Records
Music video by Guy performing Let's Chill. (C) 1990 Geffen Records
Today, En Vogue is redefining the idea of beauty, music and style with original members Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis and long-standing member Rhona Bennett.
Tish will be releasing her debut album, Dedicated To: on July, 8th 2016. In support of the release, she’ll be performing at Philly’s The Roots Picnic, New Orleans’ Essence Festival, London’s Eventim Apollo, and offering her support in key cities to BJ The Chicago Kid on his U.S. summer tour.
Merriweather Post Pavilion
10475 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, Maryland, 21044