R&B Legend Smokey Robinson Appearing at Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis
One of America's greatest singers will be playing in St. Louis on September 13. Smokey Robinson will be at the Sheldon Concert Hall for a Friday night show beginning at 8 p.m.
Tickets for the show are $45 for balcony seats, $50 for orchestra seats.
Once pronounced by Bob Dylan as America's 'greatest living poet,' acclaimed singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson's career spans over 4 decades of hits. He has received numerous awards including the Grammy Living Legend Award, NARAS Lifetime Achievement Award, Honorary Doctorate (Howard University), Kennedy Center Honors and the National Medal of Arts Award from the President of the United States. He has also been inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame."
Robinson rose to fame as the founder and lead singer of the Miracles, the first act signed to Motown Records, and one of the label's most successful acts. Robinson was also the chief songwriter for The Miracles, writing or co-writing hits like 'Shop Around,' 'I Second That Emotion,' and 'The Tracks of My Tears.' In addition, Smokey Robinson collaborated as a songwriter on a number of hits for other artists, and served for years a Vice President of Motown.