Billy Ocean, The Commodores & The Spinners at The Grand Theater

Billy Ocean Tickets

Premier Theater At Foxwoods | Mashantucket, Connecticut

Billy Ocean

Are you searching for the perfect night to celebrate the greatest R&B, soul, and pop hits of the 70s and 80s? Look no further because we got you covered here at Foxwoods. An evening with Billy Ocean, The Commodores & The Spinners is in production - join them as they perform some of their greatest hits.

They are taking the stage at the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods on Thursday, the 5th of October, 2023, to perform their greatest hits. This is your chance to catch them live and reminisce on the best songs from the past.

Fan favorites from Billy Ocean, such as “Suddenly,” “Love Really Hurts You,” and “When The Going Gets Tough the Tough Gets Going,” will surely be performed. Hit songs by The Commodores, “Better Never Than Forever,” “Look What You’ve Done to Me,” and “I’m Ready” are ready to be played live too. Lastly, The Spinners are taking you on a spin to the past with their best songs, “The Rubberband Man,”” It’s A Shame,” and “I’ll Be Around.” Don’t worry if your favorite songs were not mentioned because there will be plenty more at the show!

Get a blast from the past at this classic soul and R&B concert. Buy your tickets today to save seats for you and your loved ones!

Billy Ocean is a Grammy Award-winning musical artist best known for a succession of pop and soul songs in the 1970s and 1980s, including "Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)" and "When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going." Billy Ocean is the most financially successful Black artist in the United Kingdom, having sold over 30 million records worldwide.

His career took off in 1984, with the release of "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)" as the lead single from his fifth album, Suddenly. "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)," which was published in regional markets as "European Queen" and "African Queen," exploded into the Top Ten worldwide, peaking at two in the United States and six in the United Kingdom. In 1985, Billy Ocean had two more significant hits: the rocker "Loverboy," which peaked at number two in the United States, and the ballad "Suddenly," which peaked at number four on Billboard.

The Commodores have been a musical force for over three decades. "Hit, After Hit, After Hit," "The Legends of Motown," "All The Emotion, All The Excitement," "Grammy Award Winners," "If You Haven't Seen Them Live, You Haven't Heard The Commodores" The Commodores are not any ordinary bunch.

The Commodores, like their famous song "Brick House," have built a foundation that will not budge. The group was formed in 1968, while all of the members were students at Tuskeegee Institute. The Commodores successfully sold over 60 million records for Motown after being discovered by Berry Gordy. The Commodores established themselves as established performers with singles such as "Machine Gun" and "Sail On." The Commodores have not only released six new albums and embarked on a world tour, but they have also established their own record label, Commodores Records and Entertainment.

The Spinners were the greatest soul group of the early 1970s, defining the smooth, sensuous sound of Philly soul. The band's roots are ironically in Detroit, where they began as a doo-wop ensemble in the late 1950s. Throughout the 1960s, the Spinners attempted to score success by adjusting to changing R&B and pop fads.

They recorded several soul classics between 1972 and 1977 , such as "I'll Be Around," "Mighty Love," "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love," "Ghetto Child," "Games People Play," "Then Came You," and "The Rubberband Man," which fueled a five-gold album streak from Spinners to Happiness Is Being with the Spinners. One member, Wynne, left in 1977, and the Spinners enjoyed hits for several years after that. Henry Fambrough, an original member, has continued to lead the active performing group into the 2020s.

Billy Ocean, The Commodores & The Spinners are making their way to the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods on Thursday, the 5th of October, 2023 to perform their greatest hits!

Buy your tickets today before the show sells out.

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