MAZE FEATURING FRANKIE BEVERLY, ANTHONY HAMILTON AND JOE TO HEADLINE 2014 VALENTINE’S DAY ST. LOUIS MUSIC FESTIVAL
|Frankie Beverly of MAZE during his last St Louis performance last year at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre.||--photo by Scott Kiefer|
(St. Louis, MO —The St. Louis Music Festival is coming to Chaifetz Arena at Saint Louis University on Friday, February 14 at 8 p.m. The Festival will be headlined by soul-superstars Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, Anthony Hamilton & Joe on this special concert on Valentine’s Day.
Tickets are $49, $65, $75, $89 and go on sale on Friday, November 1, 2013 at 10 a.m. at www.Ticketmaster.com, charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000, Ticketmaster outlets and at the Chaifetz Arena Box Office.
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, originally established themselves in San Francisco combining California soul arrangements with Frankie Beverly’s Philadelphia sound. Maze featuring Frankie Beverly has been one of the top R&B acts since the late 1970s.
The group cemented themselves as mainstays in the R&B genre during the 1980’s with their best-selling albums, “Golden Time of Day”, “Inspiration” and “Joy and Pain” as these contained chart-topping singles including "Travelin' Man", "Feel That You're Feeling", "Look in Your Eyes" and "Southern Girl" among others. Their unique sound blended together from their wide range of backgrounds has come to be recognized by passionate fans across the entire nation. The group won the prestigious Trumpet Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010 and in 2012 they were awarded the BET Cadillac Lifetime Achievement Award.
Grammy Award winner, Anthony Hamilton burst onto the R&B scene in 2003 and has most recently recorded accompaniment to Jill Scott’s “So In Love.” This collaboration set a record of 18 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Urban Adult Contemporary chart. Hamilton’s most recent single, “Pray for Me” was recently named the number one most added single to urban adult radio playlists.
Singer-songwriter Joe brings his own passionate sound to the stage. His career has been filled with seven Grammy Nominations and the iTunes’ Award for Best R&B Album for his 2009 Signature. The St. Louis community welcomes Joe back after one of his most memorable performances occurred as he sang the National Anthem prior to Game 6 of the Cardinals World Series victory on their way to clinching their 11th World Championship.