The O’Jay’s Last Stop on The Love Train Tour
Nokoa The Observer
Opening the “Last Stop on the Love Train: The Final Tour” were The Spinners.
The Spinners include Tenors Marvin Taylor and Ronnie Moss, bass man Jessie Peck, and lead and newest member C.J. Jefferson. None of the current Spinners are original members but they did a good job of performing the hits and classic songs from decades of albums. The Spinners paid tribute to the last surviving original member, 85-year-old Henry Fambrough (May 10, 1938) who recently retired from performing with the group.
Welcome the O’Jay’s for the "Last Stop on The Love Train Tour" with the Spinners as special guests on Wednesday, April 5, 2023, at the Smart Financial Centre at Sugarland.
The O'Jays have been electrifying people all over the world, the mighty, legendary, R&B/Soul kings for more than 60 years. The O’Jays are set to embark on their final tour! Featuring original members Eddie Levert Sr and Walter Williams Sr, who have been singing together since they were kids! The O’Jays are touring history, a connection to an era, and a sound that formed the soundtrack for the lives of several generations.
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