Dru Hill Schedule
With seven Top 40 hits, including "Never Make a Promise," "How Deep Is Your Love" and "In My
Bed," Dru Hill has been a force on the R&B music scene for two decades. The group even had their own TV show that first
appeared in 2010. The show, Keith Sweat's Platinum House, chronicled the making of Dru Hill's fourth album and how they evolved
as an outfit thrown back into the grit.
The R&B, soul and gospel group, still stands out from many other music groups
today.There has never been a better time to head out to a Dru Hill concert packed with moments that you'll be talking about
with friends long after it's over. Don't miss out on your chance to feel the beats coarse through your veins surrounded by
hundreds of other fans who share in your passion for the music.
Dru Hill is back on the road again, and you can find
them at venues like the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, Illinois; Santa Ana Star Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Pala Casino
in Pala, California; Dell Music Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Pensacola Beach in Pensacola Beach, Florida; and more.
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Dru Hill Background
was established in 1992 by school pals James "Woody Rock" Green, Tamir "Nokio" Ruffin, Larry "Jazz" Anthony and Mark "Sisquo"
Andrews. Originally known as 14K Harmony, they started singing around their hometown of Baltimore. Area talent manager, Kevin
Peck, took notice of them when they performed at a talent show at Morgan State University. The group also showcased their
talents at Showtime At The Apollo. Most of their early material was centered on gospel music but later on they switched to
R&B. They changed their name to Storm and later on, Legacy.
Island courted them with a record deal not long after
Dru Hill they were spotted at the Impact Convention. It was then that the label recommended they change their moniker once
again. Dru Hill's name was borrowed from Druid Hill Park, located on the West side of Baltimore.Their eponymous debut album
arrived later that year, which was produced by Tim "Dawg" Patterson, Keith Sweat and Stanley Brown. The track, "Tell Me,"
which was recorded for the film, Eddie, cracked the Top 5 on the R&B charts and later earned gold certification.
next effort, Enter the Dru, dropped in 1998. It scored the No. 2 spot on the Billboard album chart. In 2002, Dru World Order
was released, followed by Hits in 2005 and InDRUpendence Day (2010), which includes tracks like "Remain Silent," "Back to
the Future" and "Love MD."
Over the years, they've done some high-profile tours, including taking the stage alongside
Bell Div Devoe and Tony! Toni! Tone!
Today, Dru Hill is touring the U.S. and in the process of cutting their fifth album,
The Second Coming.
Dru Hill Albums
Dru Hill's discography is comprised of Dru Hill (1996); Enter the Dru
(1998); Dru World Order (2002); InDRUpendence Day (2010). Their compilation albums include: Hits (2005) and 20th Century Masters
- The Millennium Collection (2007).
Dru Hill Trivia
The original members first started to perform publicly
when they worked at a Baltimore-area fudge factory, The Fudgery. The group showcased their abilities to multitask by singing
and making fudge.
Dru Hill Concert Experience
In today's tech savvy world, we can plug into our music
through our iPods, computers, radios, phones, tablets and TVs, but nothing can replace the enriching and authentic experience
of taking in a concert live, especially when it comes to seeing a talented group like Dru Hill. Their distinctive sounds and
their fusion of R&B music with gospel tunes have made them a global sensation.
Don't miss out on your chance to
see them live, where you can feel the vibe and the meaningful lyrics even more than you would listening to the radio because
you have the energy and the pulse of the crowd to fuel the effects of those lyrics.
If you haven't been able to catch
a live Dru Hill show, now is your chance. Secure your spot for the next live show, and take a look at StubHub now. And don't
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your chance to see this musical genius perform at his best! StubHub has all your tickets to the shows that matter!