Grammy Award Winner Anthony Hamilton coming to North Charleston PAC

Grammy Award Winner Anthony Hamilton coming to North Charleston PAC
August 16 16:39 2016 Print This Article

Grammy Award winning recording artist Anthony Hamilton will perform at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on Friday, October 7 with special guests Lalah Hathaway and Eric Benet.

Fans can expect to hear all of their hits plus new music as each artist has released new albums this year. On March 25th, Hamilton released his fifth studio album, What I’m Feelin’ via RCA Records, which includes the hit single, “Amen”.

Hamilton has collaborated with a bevy of artists, including Nas, Rick Ross, Carlos Santana, Jill Scott, Tupac and Al Green to name a few. With a talent that is recognized by some of the most profound figures of our time, Hamilton has performed for President Obama at the Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House and on the daytime talk show The Real, as well as appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.

Demonstrating his international reach, he recently took the stage in the UK and the Netherlands with a performance on BBC 1xtra Live Lounge debuting on August 8th. In addition to his multiple chart-topping albums and singles, Hamilton earned a BET Award and has been praised by a plethora of outlets including The New York Times, USA Today, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Essence, Billboard and more. Having covered Hamilton’s career throughout the years, NPR recently explored his North Carolina roots and will include him in the inaugural launch of their highly anticipated docu-series “Illuminated” slated to air in August.

Tickets for the North Charleston Performing Arts Center show go on sale Friday, August 19 at 10 AM:

·        Online at Ticketmaster.com
·        The North Charleston Coliseum Advance Ticket Office
·        Ticketmaster charge by phone at 1.800.745.3000
·        Ticketmaster outlets

For additional information, visit NorthCharlestonColiseumPAC.com.

Photo: Courtesy of North Charleston Performing Arts Center