It’s about to get funky in Brooklyn. The Flashback Funk Fest featuring Morris Day and The Time, Cameo with S.O.S. Band and The Dazz Band are coming to Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre on July 23. Originally scheduled for April 2, the concert was postponed due to COVID concerns. Now,...
Join us for LIVE MUSIC from Leela James, Morris Day and more, SATURDAY June 11th at EH Young Park by Argosy Casino! Fill your cooler with your favorite BBQ and Hot Sauce, tickets only $20!. BUY TICKETS TODAY at EventBrite.com. OR BUY TICKETS IN PERSON at the following locations. *Due...
On July 23rd, Flashback Funk Fest will take place at Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, featuring legendary artists like Morris Day & The Time and Cameo with SOS Band and The Dazz Band. Morris Day, legendary funkmaster and well known for playing the main role in the movie Purple Rain, returns with his energetic vocals and witty lyrics. Day is the lead singer of The Time, a musical group associated with Prince. Similarly, the two even attended the same high school in Minneapolis in 1974. Some of his biggest hits include “Jungle Love”, “Get It Up”, and “The Bird.”
Musician Morris Day, a former bandmate of Prince, has a bone to pick with the late star's estate. Day has served as the lead singer of Morris Day and The Time for four decades — but now claims that Prince's estate has forced him to stop using the name of the band the "Purple Rain" singer created in the early '80s.
Morris Day claims he is no longer allowed to use the name Morris Day and the Time “in any capacity” due to a decision by the Prince Estate -- an accusation the estate has denied. “I’ve given 40 years of my life building up a name and legacy...
BATON ROUGE, La— Southern University is well known for putting on some very prestigious events for its students, alumni, and supporters. Every year the university’s School of Business holds its Gala on the Bluff (GOTB) Fundraiser which is a signature event and is the college's primary scholarship fundraising initiative. Over the past 18 years, the fundraiser has been awarded to incoming freshmen and existing students with over $650,000 in support. The semi-formal event challenges elite’s to put on their best attire while enjoying live performances. This year’s performers are sure to get the crowd moving with the popular music sounds of Morris Day and The Time. Attended by more than 600 guests each year, the GOTB acknowledges deserving students who demonstrate the need for assistance to help pursue their dreams of earning a college education.