“R&B will never be dead in my book. The artists on this stage today are legends in their own right. I’m forever an R&B old school fan. It’s all we have left for the baby boomers,” said concertgoer Anne Grimsley. Shown is fan Adonijah Malone congratulating Frankie Beverly on him and Maze success and expressing his excitement to meet the legendary singer. (Toya Got the Shot/Barlow/ Dj Malone Photos)
Duval concert tour managers William Davis, Sr. and Kecia Harris returned to the city for a concert with R&B hit makers Maze, featuring Frankie Beverly, Freddie Jackson, Shirley Murdock and Regina Belle belting out their hits over the holiday weekend at the Times Union Center.
Singing acapella, Belle had the crowd on their feet, “Had it not been for God on my side, I’ve would have lost my mind,” Bell said. Gracing the headliner stage, Frankie Beverly thanked the crowd for their more than 50 years of continued support.
“Y’all gone make me cry in here y’all been showing love forever,” said Beverly.