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Will Downing Concert
December 7, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center$65 – $100
Don’t miss the Will Downing Cincinnati concert. Tickets start at $65.
The Prince of Sophisticated Soul Will Downing returns to Cincinnati for one night only at The Harriet Tubman Theatre in National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. On this night you will hear Mr. Downing’s classic catalog and new material from his new release The Promise. Get your tickets NOW for this night of great music.
Tickets are $65 and $100 and can be purchased online. There are NO bad seats in the very intimate Harriet Tubman Theatre. Doors open at 6 p.m. with a cash bar happy hour. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
The $65 General Admission tickets are first come, first serve. The $100 VIP tickets include an after-show Meet & Greet with Will Downing where you will get a photo, towel, and CD with light refreshments. Once the VIP Ticket is purchased, a Will Downing VIP concierge will personally contact you to explain your VIP reserved seating options. Upon arrival the night of the show, you will have a dedicated VIP check-in table and a personal escort to the VIP seating section within the first four rows.
About Will Downing
Will Downing was born Wilfred Downing on 29 November 1963 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He studied as a music producer in a school whose alumni included Kedar Massenburg, the president of Motown, and Barbara Streisand. Downing graduated in 1981 and went on to later record for the music company, Motown.
Downing has enjoyed enormous success throughout his music career. He has worked on albums by a number of highly acclaimed artists, including Jennifer Holiday, Kool & the Gang, Gerald Albright, Billy Ocean, Regina Belle and Mica Paris. His discography consists of a staggering 23 albums, which are a mix of R&B and Jazz and were all released by several different record labels. In 2002, Downing received the International Association of African-American Music Diamond Award and was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2000. Some of his most well-known songs include is 1991 hit ‘I Try’, ‘A Million Ways’, ‘A Love Supreme’, ‘Wishing on a Star’, ‘Free’, ‘After Tonight’ and ‘You Were Just Meant For Me’, amongst many others.
Artists that he is often compared to or can be thought of a similar to include Howard Hewett, Jeffrey Osborne, Freddie Jackson, Keith Washington and Phil Perry. He has produced a steady stream of music from the early 80s right up to today, despite suffering from polymyositis.