The incomparable music of eight-time Grammy winner Luther Vandross shattered barriers, shaped lives and made fans nationwide believe in the “Power of Love.” Now you can experience his greatest hits live in “Remembering Luther: The Night I Fell In Love,” starring Abraham McDonald, winner of Oprah Winfrey’s nationwide singing competition “Karaoke Challenge.” This exhilarating, up-tempo musical revue relives the songs that made Vandross a household name and a permanent fixture in the Great American Songbook, including chart-topping hits like “Never Too Much” and “Power of Love/Love Power,” plus classic covers like “If This World Were Mine” and “A House Is Not A Home.” Join us as we look back on how many of your favorite love songs came to be.
Hailed for his silky vocals and incredible range, McDonald has performed sold-out concerts and released his debut single since taking the top prize at Oprah’s national competition.
Vandross remains one of the most successful and celebrated singers in music history. Don’t miss this unforgettable evening that will carry audiences back to the night they fell in love with the king of the R&B ballad.
The tribute show is not endorsed sponsored by or in anyway connected with the estate of Luther Vandross.