Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center and Old School 94.5 announced today Old School 94.5 Presents Love Train at American Airlines Center on Friday, February 17 at 6:00 pm. Performers for the show include the O’Jays, Chaka Khan, Men of Soul featuring Jeffrey Osborne, Howard Hewitt and Peabo Bryson, and Masters of Funk featuring The Bar-Kays, Con Funk Shun, the Mary Jane Girls, Sugarfoot’s Ohio Players and Slave.
From the moment she burst onto the music scene as the lead singer of the American-funk band Rufus in the early 70s, 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominee, Khan’s all-powerful voice, show-stopping stage presence and style created a standard that set her apart from any other singer before or after her. Nearly 40 years later, Khan is a legendary music icon whose influence has impacted whole generations of hit-making contemporary artists. Some of Khan’s greatest hits include, “Tell Me Something Good,” “I Feel For You,” “I’m Every Woman,” “What Cha’ Gonna Do For Me” and “Papillion.”
R&B singers, Eddie Levert, Walter Williams and Eric Grant, better known as The O’Jays, are Rock and Roll Hall of Famers who have produced international hits for over 40 years. The O’Jay’s are known for smooth vocal skills and their energetic and dynamic live performances. “Love Train,” “Back Stabbers,” and “Used Ta Be My Girl,” are a few of their chart-topping hits.
Old School 94.5’s General Manager, Gary Spurgeon states, “Love Train brings together some of the greatest musical talent and memory-makers of the 70s that all ages will enjoy.”
“American Airlines Center is very excited to partner with Old School 94.5 to bring some of the most well-known R&B and funk entertainers of the 70s to Dallas,” said American Airlines Center Assistant Vice President, Ken Kuhl.
Tickets range from $24.50-$79.50 (excluding facility fee) and go on sale Friday, December 9 at 10:00 am at the American Airlines Center box office, all Ticketmaster outlets, by calling 800-745-3000, and online at ticketmaster.com.
Old School 94.5 presents Love Train is produced by Frank J. Russo and American Airlines Center.