Radio City Music Hall | New York, New York
The news that they're back broke the internet!!! Yup, that's right, the trio made up of the superb talents of Raphael Saadiq, D’wayne Wiggins, and Timothy Christian Riley are back as Tony! Toni! Toné! They've reunited, and the tour, "Raphael Saadiq Revisits Tony! Toni! Toné!, the Just Me & You Tour" is on and popping. Known for the hottest funky grooves, heart melting smooth vocals, and soulful lyrics, you can expect a "throwdown" of epic proportions. The trek is gonna pass through Radio City Music Hall on Saturday, September 30, 2023, and tickets are already selling out ...so what's a fan ta do? Well, chillax, we got ya on this one. You can grab yours right here and now by hitting that "GET TICKETS" button above. Doing it gives you access to the best seats in the house and takes you through a fast, safe, and simple check-out process. So what are ya waiting for?1? Do it before it is too late.
The fact that Tony! Toni! Toné! is performing live shows on this tour has sent fans into a frenzy. The tour, which will see the boys hit up several stages in the U.S. this fall, starts in Birminham, Alabama, in September and takes them through the nation, finally wrapping up in Oakland, CA, in November.
This trek is super-dope because it brings the OGs back together after 25 years, it is the 30th anniversary of their third album, "Sons of Soul," and Raphael Saadiq is going deep into his personal crates of pure musical genius to deliver a nostalgic and unforgettable experience for fans.
Since the time of their inception over 30 years ago, they've put on some of the best live performances with smooth like silk vocals and energetic stage presence. Their music, too, has stood the test of time, getting played over and over.
The supergroup hit the scene with their debut album "Who" in 1988, and they pretty much immediately captivated audiences. Their next move was to release their sophomore album, "Revival," in 1990 and then give fans their best selling "Sons of Soul," which was certified double platinum. Their last effort as a group was released in 1996 and called "House of Music," after which they disbanded.
Raphael Saadiq has become one of the most influential figures in the forever-changing landscape of R&B. His solo career has been marked by critically acclaimed albums such as "Instant Vintage" and "The Way I See It." He has also put his fingerprints on the likes of Beyoncé, Brent Faiyaz, Brent Faiyaz, and Mary J. Blige. In addition he has also had an incredible journey into film and TV too with his signature sound being featured on Movies Mudbound in 2018 and The United States vs. Billie Holiday in 2021.
So for a concert taking you down memory lane with smash hits such as, "Anniversary," "Feels Good," and "It Never Rains (In Southern California) plus brand new material, you've gotta get your tickets right now. It's gonna be the best R&B concert of the year.