Fool In Love Festival with Heatwave, Malo, and more

Aug 31, 2024 at 12:00 PM  ·  Hollywood Park, Inglewood, CA Hollywood Park, Inglewood, CA

Fool In Love Festival
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Fool In Love Festival

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The Pointer Sisters, from Oakland, moved through genres like funk, disco & country, achieving top hits and Grammy wins. Known for songs like "Automatic" & "Neutron Dance," they collaborated with icons like Elvis Presley and performed at Grand Ole Opry.
Born in Vallejo, CA, rapper Baby Bash rose from the Latin rap underground, known for hits like "Suga Suga." Collaborated with Frankie J, Santana, and Miguel. Known for diverse musical influences and smooth style.
Los Yesterdays, from Altadena, began in a garage with Gabriel Rowland and Victor Benavides crafting soulful music. Known for “Tell Me I’m Dreaming,” they teamed up with Tom Brenneck and Gabe Roth for live shows.
Born Francisco Javier Bautista, Frankie J started in Kumbia Kings, then went solo with hits like "Don't Wanna Try" & "Obsession". Collaborated with Baby Bash; album "The One" peaked globally.
El Chicano, founded in East LA, blends rock, soul, funk, and Afro-Cuban salsa. Known for hits like "Viva Tirado" and "Tell Her She's Lovely," their sound echoes influences from Santana to Tito Puente.
Frazer’s "Into The Blue," born from heartbreak, features grief, healing & love themes. Wrote & played instruments; collaborated with Grammy-winner Alex Goose. Combines cinematic strings, tough breakbeats & soulful samples.
Bobby, a soulful artist known for philosophical lyrics, collaborates with Cold Diamond & Mink on "Get On The Otherside." Famous for transforming personal struggles into music, his style blends impactful vocals with rhythmic instrumentals.
Formed by American serviceman siblings Johnnie & Keith Wilder in Germany, Heatwave gained fame in the disco era with hits like "Boogie Nights" & "Always and Forever." Based in the UK, they collaborated with renowned songwriter Rod Temperton. Known for fusing disco with funk, they achieved both US and UK chart success.
Lionel Richie, with over 125M albums sold, has won an Oscar, Golden Globe & 4 Grammys. Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, he's known for hits & major tours with Earth, Wind & Fire.
Gladys Knight & the Pips started in Atlanta in 1952, scoring hits like "Midnight Train to Georgia." The group won multiple Grammys and joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Knight pursued a solo career, also earning Grammys, and remains a vibrant performer.
San Francisco's Latin rock band Malo, formed by ex-Malibus & Naked Lunch members, hit it big with "Suavecito" in 1972. Known for blending rock, jazz, and Latin, they collaborated with producer David Rubinson and Santana's guitarist Jorge Santana.
Born in Ann Arbor, Mayer Hawthorne mixes soul & funk, playing nearly every instrument on his albums. Known for "Rare Changes" & a unique style shaped by early exposure to music legends.
Zapp, a 1980s funk band from Hamilton, OH, gained fame with their electro pop and vocoder styles. Known for hits like "More Bounce to the Ounce" and collaborations with Bootsy Collins. Led by Roger Troutman, their sound was influenced by the Ohio Players and Parliament. Their popular track "I Want to Be Your Man" topped R&B charts, and collaboration with Dr. Dre & 2Pac on "California Love" stood out. Tragedy struck when Roger was killed by his brother, Larry, in 1999.
Bloodstone, formed in Kansas City as the Sinceres, evolved from '60s doo wop to '70s funk. Known for "Natural High", they succeeded in R&B/pop charts and starred in "Train Ride to Hollywood".
Chicago's Emotions, a trio of sisters, soared in the '70s R&B scene with hits like "Best of My Love." Known for gospel roots and partnerships with Maurice White and Isaac Hayes, they also linked with Earth, Wind & Fire for "Boogie Wonderland."
Chicano rap icon Lil Rob, from San Diego, thrives as an indie artist with a 30-year career, hit singles, and major collabs. Celebrated for his enduring impact and lively performances.
Shalamar, formed from "Soul Train" in the US, hit fame with Howard Hewett's "The Second Time Around." Known for funk, disco & R&B, they earned four gold US albums, including two platinum. After lineup changes, they reunited and still perform widely, with tracks like "The Real Thing" achieving over one million streams.
Philadelphia soul pioneers the Intruders, formed in 1960, rose to fame with hits like "Cowboys to Girls" and "(Love Is Like A) Baseball Game". Their collaboration with Gamble & Huff launched Philly International.
Chicago's Chi-Lites, led by Eugene Record, excelled in smooth soul with hits like "Oh Girl" & "Have You Seen Her." Known for lush harmonies & R&B success in the '70s, they've earned multiple Hall of Fame inductions.
1970s funk band War, known for blending soul, jazz, and Latin with hits like "Low Rider," topped charts with albums like "The World Is a Ghetto." Known for their group dynamic, they collaborated with Eric Burdon.
Los Lobos, formed in East L.A. in 1973, mixes rock, blues, Tex-Mex, and folk. Notable for "La Bamba," they embraced diverse sounds from Mexican folk to punk-influenced rock. Known for generations-spanning appeal and Grammy-nominated album Native Sons.
Phoenix-based MC Magic, born Marco Cardenas in Nogales, Mexico, blends R&B-style rap in English & Spanish, hits like "Down for Yours." Founded Nastyboy Records, led NB Ridaz. Known for talk box sound, won Billboard charts, launched beauty line & discovered talent Jay Roxxx.
Born in Shreveport and raised in San Pedro, Brenton Wood, originally Alfred Jesse Smith, captured hearts with 1967 hits "The Oogum Boogum Song" & "Gimme Little Sign." Known for his unique pop-soul style, despite later career struggles, his early work remains R&B classics.
Philadelphia-born R&B diva Barbara Mason, famous for "Yes I'm Ready," achieved fame with Arctic Records hits and '70s Buddah records like "Give Me Your Love." Known for her smooth voice and soulful ballads, she also collaborated with Bunny Sigler.
Trish Toledo, from Harbor Area, is an Ecuadorian/Guatemalan soul artist with roots in her father's Cumbia band. Known for "Thee Only One," she has evolved from Ska/reggae to a celebrated solo career.
Born in Canton, Ohio, The O'Jays, led by Eddie Levert & Walter Williams, soared to fame with hits like “Backstabbers” & “Love Train”. Known for their dynamic R&B style, they thrived under Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International label.
Stevie B, born in South Florida, is a key figure in freestyle and dance-pop. Known for hits like "Because I Love You" and "Spring Love," he earned a Grammy nod and influenced the '80s and '90s music scene.
Kool & the Gang, formed in the '60s, rose as a seminal funk and R&B group with hits like "Celebration" and "Jungle Boogie." Known for their jazz roots and energetic style, they achieved multiple Top 40 hits and platinum albums, collaborating with producers like Eumir Deodato and impacting genres broadly.
Born in NC, George Clinton, funk mastermind of Parliament & Funkadelic, known for hits like "Atomic Dog," collaborated with Snoop Dogg & Kendrick Lamar. His work is showcased at the Smithsonian, and he’s a 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner from the Recording Academy.
Born in Cincinnati, the Isley Brothers shifted from gospel to R&B, soul, and funk, with hits like "Shout" and "Twist and Shout." They collaborated with Jimi Hendrix and hit big with "It's Your Thing." Known for evolving styles and significant chart presence.
Santana, formed by Carlos Santana in the '60s, fused psychedelic Latin rock with hits like "Evil Ways" & "Smooth". Famous for its Woodstock gig, award-winning album "Supernatural", and collaborations with stars like Rob Thomas.
Iconic R&B group The Spinners, born in Detroit, defined Philadelphia Soul with hits like "I'll Be Around." Garnered 6 Grammy nods, a Hollywood Star, and global record sales. Collaborated with Thom Bell.
Smokey Robinson, born in Detroit, led the Miracles and was pivotal in Motown's success. Known for hits like "The Tears of a Clown," he also wrote classics like "My Girl." Won a Grammy and is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Thee Sacred Souls, a San Diego band, gained momentum with their debut album under Daptone, earning fame with hits and fans like Timbaland and Gary Clark Jr. Their soulful music led to national TV spots and sold-out shows in the US, UK, and Europe.
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The Jackson 5, formed by siblings Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, and Michael Jackson, debuted in 1967. Known for pop-funk hits and vibrant choreography, they achieved pop royalty status and recorded their best-selling album "Victory" in 1984.
Freestyle icon Trinere, from Miami, teamed with Pretty Tony, excelled in post-disco club music. Hits like "I'll Be All You Ever Need" topped Billboard's club chart. Known for albums like Trinere (1986), collaborated with Brandon Christopher.
Born into a gospel family, Dionne Warwick, known for her unique alto voice, emerged in the '60s with hits like "Walk On By" and "I Say a Little Prayer." Collaborated with Bacharach, David, and Bee Gees. Five-time Grammy winner with a 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Chaka Khan, Chicago-born singer-songwriter, soared in the '70s as Rufus's frontperson, blending soul, funk, rock, and jazz. Known for hits like "Tell Me Something Good" and solo "I'm Every Woman," she won 10 Grammys. Hits include "Ain't Nobody" and "I Feel for You." Celebrated for diverse styles and significant collaborations across five decades.
Formed in 1966 in Philadelphia, The Stylistics emerged from The Percussions & The Monarchs. Known for hits like "Betcha By Golly Wow," they achieved great success under producer Thom Bell. Current members include Airrion Love and Herb Murrell.
Born in the U.S., The Whispers are an iconic R&B group known for blending soul, disco, jazz, and pop in hits over 50 years. Famous for smooth ballads and dance tracks.
Rose Royce, formed in Los Angeles by high school graduates Copeland and Garner, gained fame with hits like "Car Wash" from their debut album turned movie soundtrack. Known for collaborating with Motown's Whitfield and producing top ten singles like "I Wanna Get Next to You." Popular in England.
Durand Jones, from the Southern US, excels in a blend of Delta rhythms, spirituals & spoken word. Known for his work with the Indications, his solo album "Wait Til I Get Over" features hits like "Lord Have Mercy," showcasing vintage Gospel with innovative twists.
R&B legend Charlie Wilson, Gap Band founder, known for hits like "You Dropped the Bomb on Me." Solo: 11 #1 singles, 13 Grammy nods, BET award, NYT bestseller. Collaborated with Bruno Mars, Pharrell, Timberlake, Kanye, Snoop Dogg.
Lady Wray, known for powerful soul & R&B, continues her collaboration with Leon Michels in "Piece of Me." The album features dense, head-nodding boom-bap drums and chunky basslines.
The Dazz Band, from Cleveland, won a Grammy for "Let It Whip." Famous for 20+ hits in R&B and Funk, they've performed globally on shows like Soul Train.
The Sinseers, led by Joey Quiniones from East LA, blend R&B and soul with a modern twist. Known for their deep genre interpretation, band members include vocalists and a full brass section.
LA-based The Altons blend soulful blues & cumbia, gaining fame with hits like "Float". Known for vibrant shows & genre fusion, they've performed from Milwaukee's Summer Fest to CDMX's Corona Capital.
The Delfonics, seminal Philly soul trio with William & Wilbert Hart and Randy Cain, soared with hits like "La La Means I Love You." Known for their smooth "Philadelphia sound," they influenced R&B and were featured in Tarantino's "Jackie Brown." Collaborated with Ghostface Killah and Adrian Younge.
Born in Forrest City, moved to Grand Rapids, Al Green was a soulful R&B icon known for hits like "Let's Stay Together." He paired with Willie Mitchell, peaked in the '70s, turned minister, and had a comeback with "Put a Little Love in Your Heart." Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1995.
Cameo, formed by Larry Blackmon in NYC (1974), transcended Funk with hits like "Word Up" & "Candy". Known for a unique style & influence on R&B/hip-hop, their work thrived in the '80s. Multiple chart-toppers & timeless influence.
Morris Day, born in Springfield, Illinois, moved to Minneapolis at age 8. Frontman of the Time, known for the Minneapolis sound, he's had R&B hits like "Fishnet" and albums that topped charts. Collaborated with Prince, Jimmy Jam, and Terry Lewis. Acted in Purple Rain; published memoir in 2019.

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Catch the Fool In Love Festival concert in Inglewood at Hollywood Park on Saturday, August 31, 2024, at 12:00 PM, with Malo, Dazz Band, and more. Grab your tickets before they're gone!


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