Singer and entertainer Keith Tynes celebrates his 55th stage anniversary on 08 June 2019
After the grandiose first summer concert of Keith Tynes & Band last year, his new concert on 08 June, 20:00 o'clock in the open air stage at the Zitadelle is highly expected.Let's celebrate the summer with Keith Tynes and his band and enjoy the time with soul, jazz and pop.
Besides a great concert with 5 singers and a band of 8 Keith Tynes celebrates his 55th stage anniversary. At the age of 9 he gave his first "professional" concert in his hometown Miami South Beach, Florida. Since then, Keith has performed regularly as a guest singer and with his own concerts from an early age, while still at school and university.
Keith Tynes is an expressive vocal virtuoso and entertainer, with a voice over three and a half octaves.He has performed with such greats as The Weather Girls, Gloria Gaynor, Stevie Wonder, Keith Sweat and Joe Lynn Turner. Keith inspires his audience with soulful and incomparable jazz and soul interpretations.As a member of the legendary US band "The Platters" he toured around the world and sang huge hits like "Only You", "The Great Pretender" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".Style, charm, charisma and the incomparable presentation of songs make this Berlin-based singer unique. With his voice and personality, he gives even well-known titles a new shine that you never knew before. Influenced by his roots and role models, he manages to reinterpret his songs at every concert and always surprises his audience anew.
Keith Tynes is a guarantor for musical delights - touching, thrilling and catching!
Like last year, Soul Power voice Ingrid Arthur is part of it! Internationally known and popular became Ingrid Arthur as former singer of one of the hottest European duos, the "Weather Girls" and their worldwide successful hit "It's raining Men".
Secure your tickets for the concert in the Freilichtbühne an der Zitadelle, Am Juliusturm 62, 13599 Berlin in advance at www.kulturhaus-spandau.de or Tel.: 030 333 40 22, as well as online via Eventim and Eventbrite.
Saturday, 8 June 2019 from 20:00 to 23:00