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A Tribute to the Life, Music, and Global Impact of Sam Cooke

Featuring LX and the Royal Theater Sweetbay Senior Conservatory

In celebration of Black History, The Royal Theater and Studio 620 present "A Tribute to the Life, Music and Global Impact of Sam Cooke". Considered by many to be a definitive soul singer, blending sensuality and spirituality, sophistication and soul, Sam Cooke, is one of the most innovative and incomparable producers, vocalists, songwriters, and performers of all time.His warm confessional voice won him audiences around the world. He accomplished in seven years what most entertainers strive to accomplish in their life-time. His untimely death thwarted what may have been the first mega star of his generation. 

The tribute will feature one of today’s pop/soul sensations, LX and the Royal Theater Sweetbay Conservatory in an intimate and cozy setting. The evening's performance will take you on a journey through Sam Cooke’s life highlighting some of his greatest hits including “You Send Me,” “Cupid,” and “A Change is Gonna Come,” just to name a few. It is an experience that moves the body and inspires the soul!  Don't miss this once in a lifetime experience in tribute to a legendary performer. 

Make your reservations now for Wednesday, February 24th & Thursday, February 25th. Admission is $20, $15 for students or seniors.  Doors open at 7:00 PM, Show time is 8:00 PM


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