Marsha Ambrosius Concert Schedule
Since emerging onto the R&B and soul scene as a part of Floerty in the '90s,
Marsha Ambrosius has been a dominating artist in the genre. This songstress was a member of the R&B duo, Floetry, for
a decade, during which she recorded countless hit songs and sold over a million and a half records around the world. By bringing
the beauty of poetry to the stage, Floetry amassed countless fans all over the world, and now Ambrosius is focusing on her
acclaimed solo career, which means that you now have the chance to see her perform in concert! Don't miss out on seeing Marsha
Ambrosius bust our her powerful and emotional ballads on stage and grab your tickets on StubHub!
This fall, Marsha Ambrosius
will be putting on knockout performances in Washington DC, New Orleans, and Anaheim, and these shows are already generating
serious excitement amongst music fans around the country. If you love great R&B songs, then you've undoubtedly heard of
Marsha Ambrosius, also known as "The Songstress", and you should take advantage of this opportunity to see her in concert!
When Ambrosius steps out on stage at a concert venue near you, make sure that you are in the audience by snagging your tickets
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Marsha Ambrosius Background
Hailing from Liverpool,
England, Marsha Ambrosius always had a deep passion for music, particular for R&B and soul. In a stroke of luck, Ambrosius
met Natalie Stewart at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology, where they first bonded over their mutual love
of basketball and later over their love of music. During the '90s, Stewart formed a highly acclaimed group called 3 Plus 1,
a performance poetry group that mixed elements of R&B with elements of poetry. Eventually, Ambrosius and Stewart connected
and started working on music together, and immediately the duo knew that they had something incredible that could lead to
By combining the raw power of spoken word poetry with beautiful vocals, Floetry quickly rose
to fame in the UK and spread their influence all the way to the US. In 2000, Floetry traveled to the US to bring their awesome
R&B and soul hits to the poetry circuit, and the recognition and hype they received in the US led to their record deal
with DreamWorks Records. Floetry released hit singles like "Floetic", "Getting Late", and "Say Yes". After rising to fame
with Floetry, Ambrosius became a hit on the R&B scene, and she was invited to collaborate with major artists like The
Game, Busta Rhymes, Nas, Jamie Foxx, and even Earth, Wind & Fire. Because of her phenomenal talent as a songwriter and
vocalist, Ambrosius started working as a songwriter, vocalist, and arranger for artists like Alicia Keys, Mario, Wale, and
Fabolous, and before she knew it she had one of the most promising solo careers in R&B.
Ambrosius' debut solo album,
Late Nights and Early Mornings, dropped in 2011, and quickly started earning significant critical acclaim. The album earned
Ambrosius Soul Train Awards, BET Awards, and even a couple of Grammy nominations. Her solo career may have just kicked off,
but it's safe to say that Marsha Ambrosius is already regarded as one of the most talented and strong artists in the R&B
scene, and now you have the chance to see her perform live! Grab your tickets to a Marsha Ambrosius concert by heading to
To date, Marsha Ambrosius has released two albums as a solo artist: Late
Nights and Early Mornings (2011) and Friends and Lovers (2014). Her debut album peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot
200, and went on to sell nearly half a million copies in the US alone. Some of her most popular tracks include R&B hits
like "Hope She Cheats on You (with a Basketball Player)", "Far Away", "Late Nights and Early Mornings", "Cold War", "Without
You", "Run", and "Stronger". She has also made guest appearances on tracks by The Game, Busta Rhymes, Jamie Foxx, Wale, Macy
Gray, Queen Latifah, and more!
Dr. Dre once approached Marsha Ambrosius because he wanted to sign
her to his label, Aftermath Entertainment, but she decided to turn the offer down and eventually signed with J Records in
Are you ready for one of the most infectiously fun and powerful R&B shows of
the year? Then make sure that you catch Marsha Ambrosius in concert when this powerful songstress makes her way to a stage
near you. For over a decade, Ambrosius has been a dominating force in R&B and soul, and now you could catch her knockout
performance thanks to StubHub!