MOTOWN: A Tribute to Smokey Robinson with a Tribute to Gladys Knight
July 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$37.50
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Sixx Sermon Sings Smokey is a special tribute to Motown’s legendary singer and songwriter Smokey Robinson featuring talented and charismatic Rod “Sixx” Sermon as lead vocalist backed by outstanding musicians in System MuziQ Band. SIXX is not stranger to the stage. He has been singing for over 25 years. This amazing on-stage performance will take you back with classic songs by Smokey & The Miracles including “Ooh Baby Baby”, “I Second That Emotion”, “Tracks of My Tears”, “Tears of a Clown”, “Shop Around” as well as Smokey’s solo hits including “Cruisin’” and “Being With You” and more great songs as Sixx Sings Smokey! Sixx has traveled all over the World doing Sold-Out Shows with Standing Ovations!! Sixx made who is making his film debut in Black Carpet Productions’ “The Devils Exclusive” in the Spring of 2019.
Ladies and Gentlemen, You do not want to miss this FANTASTIC Show!!
Sonya Chichester (Gladys Knight)
Sonya Chichester was born in Washington, DC and started singing at a very young age in gospel choirs and around the DC Metropolitan area. Her choice of music is R&B, jazz and old school songs from the 70’s.
Sonya has a way of captivating her audience and makes every single person in the room feel involved.
Notable past performances include The Howard Theatre, Blues Alley, Bethesda Blues & Jazz, The Washington Monument, Soulfest, BBQ Battle, Taste of DC, The President of the United States, The Black Caucus, The Lincoln Theatre and several other venues around the surrounding area and Pennsylvania. She has opened up for Peabo Bryson, Deniece Williams, War, Barkays, Angela Boyfield, Harold Melvin Blue Notes and Evelyn Champaign King.