Come join international recording and performing artist Carole Sylvan and her band, The Name Droppers as they showcase her new album, "Love", featuring New England Music Hall of Fame inductees Bobby T Torello, and Scott Spray. Carole's career highlights include opening up for legendary musician James Brown at Yankee Stadium at just 16 years old. Charting a Top Ten Billboard dance hit with her song "Just Doing What We Love", performing, and recording with superstar artists like C&C Music Factory, Change, Aaron Neville, Peabo Bryson, Pet Shop Boys, Simply Red, Toni Braxton, RuPaul, Eddie Murphy, Lionel Richie, Ben E King, James Ingram, Melba Moore, Musique, Dan Aykroyd, The Weather Girls, Brandy, Gloria Lynn, Diane Schuur, Natalie Cole, Jennifer Holiday, Charlie Karp, Patti La Belle, and many others, even recording vocals for U2's multi-platinum song Rattle and Hum. With a mix of original numbers, and covers of popular hits like "Tennessee Whiskey" and The Bee Gees "To Love Somebody". This dynamic performance, as AfricanHype.com says will let you "relive the golden era of soul music."
Running time: 75-90 minutes.
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