On Sunday, the iconic R&B group, The Manhattans, will grace the stage of the Lehman Performing Arts Center in the Bronx, alongside reggae icon Ken Boothe, Pam Hall and the exciting, L.U.S.T.
Together the three will bring to the audience what is being billed a 'Musical Evening of Love'.
The Manhattans have always thrilled audiences whenever they hit the stage and this occasion promises to be no exception.
Fans can expect to be wooed all over again with classics like I Wanna Be (Your Everything), Kiss and Say Goodbye, Shining Star, There's No Me Without You, to name a few from their stellar catalogue.
The group still boasts founding member Edward 'Sonny' Bivins, who has surrounded himself with the rich talent of Charles Hardy, Harsey Hemphill, Alvin Pazant and Lee Williams to complete the modern line-up.
Not to be outdone will be the indomitable and 'super long-stayer' in the business, Ken Boothe, who has been at the pinnacle of reggae for close to five decades.
Boothe commands respect from the stage like no other.
With hits like Puppet on a String, Artibella, The Girl I Left Behind, When I Fall In Love, and Everything I Own, Boothe should have Lehman Center rocking.
The lone female on the bill, Pam Hall, is also a force to be reckoned with. Dubbed Jamaica's songbird for decades, Hall's longevity in the business is nothing to be sneezed at. With hits such as Perfidia, Our Day Will Come, and No Time To Lose, she is set to deliver a scintillating performance.
She should be well received as she has not performed in New York for a number of years.