Soul Music. A kind of music incorporating elements of rhythm and blues and gospel
music. Characterized by an emphasis on vocals and an impassioned improvisatory delivery.
Voices of Classic Soul Music. A group made up of Joe Coleman, Joe Blunt and Theo Peoples.
Thursday, June 17th 5 pm PDT/8 pm EDT on YouTube Live!
Why: To benefit the
Pacific Heart, Lung & Blood Institute (PHLB)
Purchase Tickets here!
Watch legendary performers Joe Coleman, Joe Blunt, and Theo Peoples of
Voices of Classic Soul perform virtually on Thursday, June 17, 2021 on
YouTube Live. The group will kick off the start of summer with classic
hits that will get you on your feet dancing and make you nostalgic for
summers past, including “Under the Boardwalk,” “Stand
By Me” and “My Girl”. Proceeds from this concert will
benefit the Pacific Heart, Lung & Blood Institute (PHLBI).
Joe Coleman is a consummate entertainment professional, renown as a “double,
triple threat.” He is an accomplished singer, actor and performer.
Joe’s “double, triple threat” comes from his acclaim
as a theatrical composer, songwriter, and astute businessman. Joe was
a member of “The Platters” for 23 years.
Joe Blunt began his professional singing career, at the age of 18, when he signed
his first recording contract with DC’s Cap City Records as a member
of R&B vocal group, “The Chancelors”, Blunt was then a
part of a popular local group called the “Instant Groove”
and later launched yet another group, “True Reflection.” True
Reflection toured with many of the popular acts of that time – Al
Green, The Ojays, The Isley Brothers, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
and The Dramatics to name a few, and also performed on the popular TV
show, “Soul Train.” The group, however, may be best remembered
as the group that eventually produced one member of The Temptations, one
member of The Platters, and in 1975, Joe Blunt became a member of the
Theo Peoples’ voice has been critical to the legacy of not just one but two of Motown’s
iconic groups – the ‘Temptations‘ AND ‘The Four
Tops‘! With classics like “Baby, I Need Your Loving”,
“Reach Out (I’ll Be There)” and “Ain’t No
Woman (Like The One I Got) by the Four Tops to name a few, he has earned
the singular honor of being the only man to be a member of both legendary
groups, and his bona fide voice has been a ‘well received’
contribution in both cases!