28 FEB 15
Maxi Priest Live in Birmingham
Maxi Priest, a British reggae vocalist of Jamaican descent, is best known for singing reggae music with an R&B influence, otherwise known as reggae fusion. Priest's joyous brand of reggae and lovers' rock, infused with charismatic R & B have brought him a level of success that no other British reggae singer has matched.
Soul Acoustic Tour Birmingham
Back for its third instalment the nations favourite Soul Acoustic tour returns in March 2015 and this time it’s bigger and better. The developmental tour for upcoming artists will hit the UK music scene once again bringing another stellar bill showcasing the best in acoustic black music..
Stars of Afro Beats at The Drum Live in Birmingham
The Drum presents an amazing night into the world of Afro Beat. This vibrant, energetic and colorful music has spawned a new wave of Artists and DJ's, whom have been inspired by such legends as Fela Kuti and Hugh Masekela.
Delano Mills NotStrictlyJazz Quartet at Sillvershine Jazz Club
Come and enjoy a night of jazz funk with Delano on bass, Alvin Davis on sax, Martin Trotman on keys, Wayne Scott on drums..
RnB Diva Ameriie and her full live band returns to The Drum after a lengthy hiatus. The Grammy nominated soulstress who has had hits such as One Thing, Why Don't We Fall In Love and All I Have will be playing all of her hits from a career that has spanned over thirteen years, as well as, material from her forthcoming album Bili.