R&B Artist Kevon Edmonds Performs At Pre-Valentine's Concert Sunday

Monday, February 4, 2013
Kevon Edmonds
Kevon Edmonds

An evening of romance, food, dancing and smooth R&B is planned for Sunday at 6 p.m. at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center, 200 E. Martin Luther King Blvd.

Platinum and gold selling recording artist Kevon Edmonds and his live band will be singing hits from his time with 90’s R&B Group, After 7, to his current solo career. Opening for Kevon Edmonds will be jazz recording artist Joe Johnson of Nashville. 

Advance tickets for an Intimate Evening of Romance with Kevon Edmonds are $50 and include an buffet dinner by LeMonts Catering. Tickets may be purchased at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center or charge by phone at 266-8658.  For more information call 266-8658 or email info@bessiesmithcc.

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The Pre-Valentine’s Concert is part of the Songbook Series with support from VW of Chattanooga, ArtsBuild Chattanooga and the Tennessee Arts Commission.


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