Spring Jam

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Spring Jam

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For more information, visit http://www.sundomearena.com/events/detail/spring-jam R&B soul singer Keith Sweat brings his unique sound and timeless classics to the USF Sun Dome as the headliner of Spring Jam. Sweat released his debut album Make It Last Forever in November of 1987, and sold four million copies. The biggest hit from this album was the chart-topping "I Want Her," while the title track from the album also hit Number Two on the R&B charts. Sweat continued to see chart success with his sophomore album I'll Give All My Love To You (1990), which hit Number Three on the Billboard charts. In 1996, Keith Sweat, Sweat's self-titled fifth album, hit Number Five on the Billboard 200. The single "Twisted" hit Number Two on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Nobody" peaked at Number Three. Joining Sweat at this year's Spring Jam is the premier performer Ginuwine. No stranger to stardom, Ginuwine first emerged onto the music scene in 1996 with his multi-platinum disc, The Bachelor. "Pony," the daring first single off the album, peaked at Number One on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks for two weeks in late 1996, and reached Number Six on Billboard's Hot 100. Spring Jam also features R&B's multi-platinum group Dru Hill. SisQo, Nokio, Jazz, and new member Tao equate the perfect musical blend of soulful R&B, rock, hip-hop and romance. The ultra-talented foursome are armed and ready to re-emerge into the music industry and take the world by storm with their unforgettable performances and most recent album InDRUpendence Day (2010), which reached Number Three on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart. Soulful star, Jon B. will also be taking the Sun Dome stage. Jon B. is a consummate artist, an accomplished musician and noted songwriter and producer with several gold and platinum records under his belt. His platinum-certified album Cool Relax (1997) placed an emphasis on hip-hop soul and featured two of his biggest singles in "They Don't Know" and the 2Pac-assisted "Are U Still Down." During the following decade, Jon B. released three more albums -- Pleasures U Like (2001), Stronger Everyday (2004) and Helpless Romantic (2008). In 2011, the singer returned with Comfortable Swagg. Hosted by legendary R&B artist Slick Rick, Rick released his first solo album in 1988 titled The Great Adventures of Slick Rick, which reached Number One on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop charts and was one of the first hip-hop records to go platinum. *All Artists subject to change

By: USF Sun Dome Arena