Warm up your vocal chords and get ready sing your heart out at the Patti LaBelle concert, playing at Horseshoe Casino’s Bluesville on Sunday, May 28.
The R&B queen started her career in the early '60s as the front woman for Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles. The group released the first hit, “Down the Aisle (The Wedding Song)” in 1963. The crossover hit landed on both Billboard’s pop and R&B charts. Their song, “Danny Boy” was another popular single.
The group later changed its named to Labelle. In 1974, they released their most popular hit to date, “Lady Marmalade.” The single went No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and sold more than a million copies.
After the group disbanded, LaBelle went solo and had a string of radio hits. Her single, “The Best Is Yet To Come” earned her first Grammy Award nod. In 1983, LaBelle’s album “I’m In Love Again” had her first Top 10 R&B singles -- “If Only You Knew” and “Love, Need And Want You.” The following year, she had hits on the “Beverly Hills Cop” soundtrack which included “New Attitude” and “Stir It Up.”
The soulful songstress had her best-selling solo album to date, “Winner In You,” in 1986. Hits included “On My Own,” “Oh People” and “If You Asked Me To.” Her gold-selling 1991 album “Burnin’” had multiple R&B hits. She won her first Grammy Award in the Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 1992, tying with singer Lisa Fischer. LaBelle had another Grammy Award win for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance for “Live! One Night Only” in 1999. She was later inducted to the Grammy Hall of Fame for “Lady Marmalade” in 2004.
She’s won several NAACP awards, starred in several TV shows including “A Different World,” “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “Empire,” and “Dancing With The Stars.” She also earned numerous accolades in several Broadway musicals.
Don’t miss your chance to see the R&B legend and get your Patti LaBelle tickets now. This Tunica show is sure to get you grooving and singing out of your seat.