JOE, 112, NEXT and TOTAL Coming to NJPAC This December
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents an evening of contemporary R&B and soul with JOE, a two-time GRAMMY winner known for his seasoned and smooth voice on songs like "All The Things Your Man Won't Do, "All That I Am," "Stutter," and "I Wanna Know." Expect JOE to perform new songs from his latest release, #MYNAMEISJOETHOMAS.
JOE got his start in the music business when he moved from Georgia to New Jersey and worked at a gospel record store, where he met producer Vincent Herbert (Lady Gaga, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah)- from there JOE worked with music artists including Mariah Carey, Xscape and the late Big Pun where JOE performs on the classic anthem "Still Not A Player."
Joining JOE on Thursday, December 7, 2017 8:00 PM will be special guests 112, TOTAL and NEXT.
See 112, Bad Boy's first boy band perform 'Only You', 'Cupid', 'Anywhere' and 'Peaches and Cream' and Grammy winner 'I'll Be Missing You". Also joining the stage it's 112's Bad Boy label mates- TOTAL performing hits "What You Want" "Kissing You", "Can't You See," and NEXT with their unforgettable hits "Too Close," "Wifey," and "Best Man I Can Be," and more.
This is one night not to be missed, Be sure to reserve tickets at NJPAC.org or 888.GO.NJPAC (888.466.5722).
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located in downtown Newark, N.J., is America's most diverse performing arts center, and the artistic, cultural, educational and civic center of New Jersey - where Great Performances and events enhance and transform lives every day. NJPAC brings diverse communities together, providing access to all and showcasing the state's and the world's best artists while acting as a leading catalyst in the revitalization of its home city. Through its extensive Arts Education programs, NJPAC is shaping the next generation of artists and arts enthusiasts. NJPAC has attracted nearly 10 million visitors (including over 1.5 million children) since opening its doors in 1997, and nurtures meaningful and lasting relationships with each of its constituents.