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Kenny Lattimore Cincinnati Concert
March 29 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
The Ludlow Garage$55 – $65
Photo credit: Kenny Lattimore Official Facebook
This Kenny Lattimore Cincinnati Concert will have “Just What It Takes” to jump-start your weekend.
Calling all R&B lovers! Do you need a Kenny Lattimore Cincinnati concert? Well, we have the perfect opportunity just “for you”. He is currently on tour and will be performing live at the Ludlow Garage. The concert will be Friday, March 29th at 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Ticket prices range between $55-$65 and are available to purchase online. Last time we checked, tickets were going fast, so we recommend that you grab a ticket or two while supplies last.
Come hungry because The Ludlow Garage has great menu options. There is something for everyone!
On-street parking meters are available on (or near) Ludlow Ave. Also, the Clifton Gaslight District has a “Merchant Lot” (paid parking) at 334 Howell Ave., off Clifton Ave. The lot is behind the Clifton Plaza (next to The Clifton Market). Ludlow Garage offers the first hour free. Additional hours are $1.00 each. To claim, you must ask for a validation ticket.
About Kenny Lattimore
Hailed by the New York Times as a “modern soul man,” Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Kenny Lattimore has landed another Top 10 hit with “Love Me Back.” The simple feel-good track was the lead single from Lattimore’s seventh R&B solo album, Anatomy of a Love Song. The project was the first release from the singer’s eOne Music-distributed Sincere Soul Records.
As a result, Lattimore relocated to New York City as a solo act and was signed to Columbia in 1995. Ushering in an R&B resurgence that counted D’Angelo and Maxwell in its ranks, Lattimore released his debut solo album a year later. The self-titled, gold-certified set spun off two Top 20 hits: “Never Too Busy” and the wedding staple “For You,” which peaked at #6 on the R&B charts, reigned at #1 on the UAC charts for 10 weeks and earned a Grammy nomination.
Furthermore, Lattimore continued working, releasing his critically acclaimed sophomore album From the Soul of a Man. In 2001, legendary music industry executive Clive Davis signed Lattimore to join Arista, resulting in Lattimore’s third solo album Weekend.