One of the reigning divas of R&B and soul, 10-time GRAMMY winner Chaka Khan ("I Feel for You,' "Through the Fire," "I'm Every Woman," "Ain't Nobody") returns to NJPAC. From the moment she burst onto the music scene in the 1970s as the 18-year-old lead singer of the classic funk-rock band Rufus, Chaka Khan's powerful voice and sensual, show-stopping stage presence set her apart from her peers. Throughout her solo career, she has lent her distinctive vocal style to a multitude of genres, including R&B, jazz, pop, rock, gospel, country, classical and dance music. As a multiple GRAMMY winner, Khan has racked up sales of over 75 million records worldwide, and has earned 10 No. 1 hits on the Billboard charts
Born 2 October 1951, in Wallsend, north-east England, Gordon Sumner's life started to change the evening a fellow musician in the Phoenix Jazzmen caught sight of his black and yellow striped sweater and decided to re-christen him Sting.
NJPAC's TD James Moody Jazz Festival hosts an evening of cutting-edge contemporary music with the GRAMMY-winning hip hop crew The Roots, and A Christian McBride Situation, bassist extraordinaire McBride's experimental "avant free-funk" ensemble.
Michael Bolton is a multiple Grammy Award-winning Singer, Songwriter and Social Activist, who has sold more than 65 million records globally and continues to tour the world. Bolton remains committed to humanitarian causes, especially through the Michael Bolton Charities, now in its 25th year.
One of the most immediately recognized and widely respected superstars in pop music history, Celine Dion, is embarking on her first U.S. Tour in over ten years! This vocal powerhouse dominated the pop charts in the 1990s and has sold almost 250 million albums during her over 35-year career. She remains one of the most sought-after recording artists and continues to break records with her Las Vegas residency.