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Here and Now: The Legacy of Luther Vandross An Evening with Terry Steele

Date
February 10
Time
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cost
$35 – $55
Organizer’s Site
eventbrite.com/e/here-and-now-the-legacy-of-luther-vandross-an-evening-with-terry-steele-tickets-795698835637
Council District
City Council District 10
The image is a poster or flyer promoting an event featuring Grammy Nominated Singer/Songwriter Terry Steele honoring the music of Luther Vandross. The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 10, 2024, at 8pm at the Ebony Repertory Theatre. There is also a pre-event celebration for Chef Marilyn's 35 years of "Down Home Southern Goodies."

Come enjoy the music of Luther Vandross as performed by the one and only Terry Steele! Pre-show reception for Chef Marilyn 6pm-7pm; Grammy nominated Singer/Songwriter Terry Steele brings to life the soul-stirring sounds of Luther Vandross‘ legendary performances and honors the music of one of R&B’s most beloved singers.

Ebony Repertory Theatre will also celebrate Chef Marilyn’s 35 Years of “Down Home Southern Goodies” with a pre-show reception from 6pm-7pm. Open to all ticket holders.

Location

Ebony Repertory Theatre
4718 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016 United States
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Phone:
323.964.9768
Website:
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Organizer

Ebony Repertory Theater
Phone
323-964-9766
Email
info@ebonyrep.org
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