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Sheléa: Natural Woman — A Night of Soul

Saturday, April 23, 2022 at 8pm

Endowed with a voice that stirs the soul and hands that effortlessly glide over the keys, Sheléa’s musical style is one filled with true artistry. From The White House to the Library of Congress and Carnegie Hall, her performances blend traditional pop, jazz, R&B, and soul, bringing a contemporary edge to classics and a classic touch to contemporary pop standards. Her sultry sound has earned her deep and meaningful praise from music industry legends, including Stevie Wonder, David Foster, and Quincy Jones.

Those who saw Sheléa on the Barclay stage during her last visit know – this is a show that will move your soul. For all others, this is your chance to see this exciting musical star up close and personal.

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Music legend Quincy Jones named Sheléa “one of the greatest artists of her generation."

About Sheléa

Sheléa’s breakout came in 2008 when Take 6, the American a cappella gospel sextet, requested that she sing lead on “Someone to Watch Over Me” for their album, The Standard, which would go on to be nominated for a Grammy Award. That track also caught the ear of music legend Stevie Wonder. When Wonder was asked to sing for the President and Michelle Obama at the White House in May 2012, honoring composers Burt Bacharach and Hal David with the Gershwin Prize, he felt it was a perfect opportunity to showcase Sheléa.

Her rendition of “Anyone Who Had a Heart” featuring Arturo Sandoval on trumpet brought down the house.

Sheléa’s debut album, Love Fell On Me, with Stevie Wonder, Brian McKnight and Narada Michael Walden, featured the single “I’ll Never Let You Go,” which remained on the charts for 22+ weeks.

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