Brian McKnight to play four nights at Camden’s Jazz Cafe

PUBLISHED: 11:22 06 December 2011 | UPDATED: 12:00 06 December 2011

Brian McKnight is playing four nights at the Jazz Cafe

Brian McKnight is playing four nights at the Jazz Cafe


Grammy-nominated artist will feature tracks of his 14 albums

He has sold more than 20million albums worldwide, is a double and triple platinum selling artist and has collaborated with respected names across all music genres.

Brian McKnight will be playing four nights at the Jazz Café singing tracks off all 14 of his albums.

The talented artist who plays nine instruments including piano, guitar, bass, drums, percussions, trombone, tuba, flugelhorn and trump has toured successfully for more than a decade.

Born in New York, Brian’s musical career began in childhood when he became a member of his church NY choir and a bandleader for his high school, Sweet Home High School.

By the age of 19, he signed his first recording deal with Mercury Records.

The 42-year-old father-of-five has teamed up with a plethora of artists including Quincy Jones, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, Diddy, Christina Aguilera, Nelly, Vanessa Williams, Kenny G and Peter Andre.

This year the release of his 14th album “Just Me” coincided with a worldwide tour and live DVD.

His appearance at the Jazz Café will be a family affair as he will be joined by his brother Claude McKnight and sons BJ and for what promises to be a spectacular one-of-a kind show.

Brian McKnight is at the Jazz Café in Parkway, Camden, on December 10, 11, 12 and 13.

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