Boyz II Men Perform Classical Classics
Thanks to their lilting, achingly soulful vocal harmonies, lovelorn lyrics and sense of old school, wine-and-roses romance, Boyz II Men ruled the charts in 1990s, becoming one of the most iconic and commercially successful R&B outfits in history. Their smooth blend of new jack swing and artful balladry garnered them four Grammy wins, as well as a host of other accolades, and continues to remain popular with younger generations (recently teen heartthrob Charlie Puth dropped a cover of 'If You Leave Me Now'). Don't miss an evening of unforgettable music when the trio join forces with the Houston Symphony for one special night of new arrangements of bonafide Boyz II Men classics.
The stuff of musical legend, Boyz II Men formed in 1988, honing their skills at their high school events before hitting their big break when they snuck backstage at a Bell Biv DeVoe concert and wowing Michael Bivins with an a cappella cover of 'Can You Stand The Rain' by New Edition. Thirty years and 64 million album sales later and the now trio leave an incredible legacy of their own timeless tunes - keep an ear out for soaring orchestral versions of 'I'll Make Love To You', 'One Sweet Day' and 'On Bended Knee'.