Kool And The Gang and En Vogue at Tanglewood

Kool And The Gang and En Vogue Tickets

Tanglewood | Lenox, Massachusetts

Kool And The Gang and En Vogue

Rock & roll's most danceable anthems have been made by Kool & The Gang, who have been an established name in funk, soul, disco, and R&B for more than 50 years. With a sound that transcends generations and has delighted millions of fans worldwide, they are among the grooviest and most loved bands of all time.

Transcending generations of music lovers, Kool & The Gang continues to widen its fanbase from its loyal fans since the 60’s to music lovers from younger generations.

No doubt, through the decades, this iconic group has sold out so many shows and has sold more than 70 million albums all over the world!

Coming to Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts on June 23, 2024, Sunday, Kool & The Gang is sure to give you a celebration of their music evolution through the years!

You do not want to miss this! On top of this, En Vogue is also performing live on the same stage! Known to be one of the most successful girl groups, their sultry vocals and stunning stage presence are sure to mesmerize everyone in the audience!

Two legendary groups on one stage! That’s a sold out show, for sure. So get your tickets HERE!

Kool & The Gang

American R&B, soul, and funk group Kool & the Gang was founded in Jersey City, New Jersey, in 1964. Robert "Kool" and Ronald Bell, brothers, Dennis "Dee Tee" Thomas, Robert "Spike" Mickens, Charles Smith, George Brown, Woodrow "Woody" Sparrow, and Ricky Westfield are among its early members. Throughout their career, they have experimented with a wide range of musical genres, including jazz, disco, soul, funk, jazz and blues, rock, and pop. They have also seen multiple member changes. The group went through multiple name changes before deciding on Kool and the Gang (1969), which they then released as their debut album by signing with De-Lite Records.

In addition to winning seven American Music Awards, two Grammy Awards, and a 2006 Chairman's Award for artistic accomplishment from the Music Business Association, Kool & the Gang have received other honors. The band has also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a MOBO Award for Outstanding Achievement, a Soul Train Legend Award, a Marian Anderson Award, and induction into the New Jersey Hall of Fame. The group received an induction into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2007. The Bells, Brown, and Taylor got their first nomination to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2024. Their repertoire comprises 23 studio albums and almost 70 singles. In addition, they were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2018.

In the US, they have sold 7.5 million RIAA-certified albums and 4.5 million singles, respectively. They have sold 70 million albums worldwide.

En Vogue

En Vogue is an American vocal girl group that debuted in 1990 with the album Born to Sing. They were formed in Oakland, California, and their original lineup included Dawn Robinson, Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones, and Terry Ellis as singers. The group's single "Hold On" peaked at No. 2 on the US Hot 100. Funky Divas, the group's 1992 follow-up album, achieved a top 10 ranking in the US and UK. It featured their second US number two hit, "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)", along with the US top 10 successes, "Giving Him Something He Can Feel" and "Free Your Mind".

Twenty million copies of En Vogue's records have been sold worldwide. The band has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, seven MTV Video Music Awards, three Soul Train Awards, and two American Music Awards. In December 1999, Billboard magazine listed the band as the nineteenth most successful recording artist of the 1990s. [6] In March 2015, Billboard magazine ranked the group as the ninth most successful girl group of all time. Two of the group's singles, "Don't Let Go (Love)" (#12) and "Hold On" (#23), rank in Billboard's list of the most successful girl group songs of all time. They were the second most successful female group of the 1990s.

Kool And The Gang and En Vogue at Tanglewood

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