660 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA 30308

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K-Ci and JoJo

Closed September 2, 2017

... this is a satisfying and occasionally compelling return that is true to their past and present; just heartfelt R&B with no guest MCs and no dance-pop.


Why See K-Ci and JoJo?

The prodigal brothers return to form

Brotherly love is the name of the game as the two soulsters return to Atlanta this September for a one-off show! The two leads of Jocedi, Cedric "K-Ci" and Joel "JoJo" Hailey have made their name by making the ladies swoon with their overtly sexy tunes and their love of leather garments. Considered a fashion-forward trend at the time, their 1992 Grammy appearance screamed peak R'N'B. Having toned it down with their smash-hit love ballad "All My Life", the two have worked under the radar well into the new millennium, overcoming personal and legal issues.

Their fifth, and last studio album My Brother's Keeper marked their return to the pure R'N'B roots that cemented their fame in Jodeci, and received mixed reviews; it was their first album since 2002's Emotional, and their voices were somewhat criticised for aging sharply in the intervening years. Nevetheless, they still pour their passion and devotion into their ever-popular live shows, so expect some loving' when they hit town!

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Performance date: 2 September 2017


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