Glenn Leonard’s Temptations Revue & Former Ladies of The Supremes
Glenn Leonard’s Temptations Revue is the world’s most authentic and talented tribute to the original Temptations today! A dynamic show with five vocalists that have all the choreography, personality, talent and style of the originals, including the legendary former lead tenor.
Glenn Leonard served as the Temptation’s lead tenor from 1975-83, and recorded ten albums with the group, including his signature Temptations version of “Silent Night,” which is one of the most played songs on the radio, worldwide, at Christmas time. Glenn also performed and recorded with all the original members during the famed Temptations Reunion Tour in 1982. Rounding out this dynamic lineup are Shelton Price, James Faison, former Atlantic Records recording artist Kareem Ali, and one of the most powerful voices in the business, Andre Jackson. All are longtime members of Glenn Leonard’s Temptations Revue. Glenn Leonard’s Temptations Revue, with their full band, perform all the hit songs that fans know and love!
…Get Ready, ‘Cause Here They Come!
Starring former Motown Supremes Scherrie Payne & Susaye Greene, joined by Joyce Vincent!
Unquestionably, the universally acclaimed, all-time favorite girl group, The Supremes are a cultural icon for glamour, poise, style, charm, elegance, and wardrobe. The Supremes set a new standard for soulful sophistication by crossing over from R&B to Pop. While topping the charts with twelve #1 smash singles, they sustained the legacy with a total of 33 Top-40 hits, sales of 20 million singles, and an induction into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1988.
An accredited screen/songwriter, Scherrie Payne was originally discovered by legendary Motown producer/writer Eddie Holland (Holland/Dozier/Holland). Scherrie signed with Holland’s label, Invictus, and fronted their act, Glass House, which charted with the single, “Crumbs Off The Table,” by Scherrie. Scherrie became a member of The Supremes in 1973. Lead vocal sparks flew from Detroit-born Scherrie Payne from 1973 to 1977 on the three final Supremes’ LPs. “He’s My Man”, “I’m Gonna Let My Heart Do The Walking”, “You’re My Driving Wheel”, & “Let Yourself Go”, were the singles that Scherrie sang lead on in Motown’s closing chapter of The Supremes. Scherrie is officially recognized as the act’s final lead vocalist and is known around the world as “The Little Lady with The Big Voice.”
Their vision was to rekindle the glamour, style, and music of The Supremes. The name for the trio was a natural evolution…”The Former Ladies of The Supremes.” After Jean Terrell’s departure in 1993 the trio continued and today, they are joined by Joyce Vincent. While Joyce never performed officially with The Supremes, she was chosen to replace Mary Wilson in the trio before they officially disbanded in 1977. In the 1960’s Joyce was a highly respected backup singer, and even recorded backing vocals in Motown’s famed Studio A! Joyce was born and raised in the Motor City, Detroit Michigan, and is most recognized as one of the original members of the renowned singing/performing group “Tony Orlando & Dawn.” She became an international celebrity in the early ’70s and collected three #1 records, 14 top 40 singles, and a hugely popular CBS-TV weekly variety program.
Tickets $56 – $130. Doors open one hour prior. Free parking behind City Hall.