Latest Lalah Hathaway Articles
Listen to “So Emotional” featuring Lalah Hathaway, the latest single from the upcoming, posthumous new Miles Davis album, ‘Rubberband.’
Vocalist Lalah Hathaway blows minds with her performance on Snarky Puppy’s “Something.”
About Lalah Hathaway
The daughter of the great Donny Hathaway, Lalah Hathaway made a good impression with her debut recording, Lalah Hathaway, in 1990. She not only displayed poise, confidence, and good technique, but was also versatile enough to do more than just light urban contemporary ballads. Her stage shows included jazz, pre-rock pop, and even gospel, and Hathaway later appeared on BET doing jazz and fusion. After her second and final album for Virgin, 1994’s A Moment, she went on a lengthy hiatus, returning in 1999 with Joe Sample for The Song Lives On (GRP). Outrun the Sky (Sanctuary, 2004), Self Portrait (Stax, 2008), and Where It All Begins (Stax, 2011). Fine albums involving collaborations with Mike City, Rahsaan Patterson, Rex Rideout, and Dre & Vidal, established Hathaway as one of the finest adult contemporary R&B vocalists of the 2000s and 2010s.
Dark Star Orchestra confirmed their New Year’s Run 2019 – 2020 and added a second leg to their fall tour.
Vampire Weekend was joined by Christone “Kingfish” Ingram for a cover of Neil Young’s classic “Vampire Blues” during their show last night in Austin.
The Disco Biscuits confirmed details of their New Year’s Run 2019 which will be the final concerts held at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
The New Deal started rolling out Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 tour dates.
Phish issued a statement regarding the camping, parking and vending restrictions now in place at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park due to a plague outbreak.