Friday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m.
Mitrani Hall, Haas Center for the Arts
Tickets — $35 Adult, $17 Child/BU Student
Motown Records in the 1960’s was ripe for a new wave of soul music, with artists such as the Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, and the Temptations emerging from Detroit to make history with their music and longevity.
Next the Sounds of Philadelphia became a new twist on the classic Detroit sound, popularizing groups like the Spinners and the O’Jays, and as the 1970’s sounds swept the country, more groups like Earth, Wind & Fire and the Commodores brought funk and attitude to the soul scene.
Flawlessly reproducing the sound, look and experience of the Motown era, three accomplished Detroit performance veterans, Souled Out, sing their way through the 1970’s Motown scene.
With authentically choreographed dance routines and a six-piece band, they perform the biggest and most memorable hits that have survived the years to become some of the most beloved music of all time!