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A dynamic local group featuring a five-piece band and eight vocal artists, Jeannette and T.H.E.M. will walk through the evolution of Black music starting with African drumming and going through the decades and timelines of various genres leading up to present day music. Featuring songs by familiar artists including Luther Vandross, Aretha Franklin, Donna Summer, Marvin Gaye, and more. Club 42 is an intimate, reserved table seating venue with a cash (only) bar. Doors open at 6:30 for the 7:30 P.M. show in the 3rd floor Atrium of the Ware Center.
T.H.E.M., which stands for “To Heal and Encourage Musically” is comprised of individual artists and musicians, including popular vocalist Jeannette Wehye, who was last at Club 42 with producer-singer Reji Woods (who will also appear in this show,) in his 2020 production of Portrait of a Lady: Diva Legacies. Featured performers in this show include the groups’ founder, hip-hop recording artist and producer DeJuan Rosado “Spoken Music”, RnB recording artist and songwriter Devonttae White (Zen City), Ian Sánchez Heresmae (Pink i), and additional artists Norman McMillan III, Damaria Quick, Jailah Wehye, Sir Dominique Jordan, Souul Truu and Cyria King.
The production is sponsored in part by Music For Everyone and Spice Kings Kitchen located across the street from the Ware Center at 47 N. Prince. Present your ticket from the show that day and receive a discount on food purchases.