After a period of uncertainty that the five members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony would ever perform together again, the audience at The Fillmore Silver Spring gave the Cleveland hip hop collective a warm welcome on Saturday.
Hip hop legends Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are said to be releasing their final album, E. 1999 Legends, this year as one copy to the highest bidder, similar to how Wu-Tang Clan sold a single copy of their 2015 album. Meanwhile, BTNH are performing on some US tour dates, including a stop at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Prince and The Revolution recorded four famous albums as a band — 1999, Around the World in a Day, Purple Rain, and Parade. The members of The Revolution eventually left the outfit in turns, and Prince of course continued to forge his path with different backing bandmates.
The seductive power of Teddy Pendergrass. The gospel grit of Patti Labelle. The vocal command of Jill Scott. These Philadelphia R&B influences form the soulful foundation of Jazmine Sullivan. The nine-time Grammy-nominated artist graced The Fillmore Silver Spring with the tone of less is more, demonstrating the power, range, and agility of her voice last Tuesday.
Heavy metal band Alter Bridge released their fifth full-length album The Last Hero via Napalm Records last fall, and they stopped at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Friday on a tour to promote the album.
Drummer Robb Rivera and vocalist Elias Soriano formed their heavy metal band Nonpoint in Fort Lauderdale 20 years ago, and they’ve hit the road with their bandmates to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Former Stained frontman Aaron Lewis has gone country, and he visited The Fillmore Silver Spring on Wednesday in support of his second solo album, SINNER.