Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, California
R&B royalty will come your way this Saturday as the greatness of none other than the iconic Boyz II Men will grace the Hollywood Bowl stage this September 14. Yes, you are reading that right! The Kings of R&B are back to the famous California venue to perform for your entertainment. Catch Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, and Wanyá Morris in an evening filled with R&B hits that will take you back to the glory days of R&B music. If you want to sing along to Boyz II Men’s career-defining songs like “A Song for Mama,” “End of the Road,” and “I’ll Make Love To You,” among many others, this is the concert that you don’t want to miss. The concert is part of Hollywood Bowl’s “Forever Summer” series of concerts wherein the Grammy award-winning artists will be performing from September 13 - 15. Catch the Boyz on their second night at the iconic Californian venue. Tickets are now available, and you can grab yours when you hit the “Get Tickets” link.
Responsible for a slew of pop hits that showcased their undeniable vocal harmonies, ballads, and a capellas, Boyz II Men has defined an era of romantic R&B music with their smooth vocals and timeless classics. Boyz II Men have cemented their place in history as one of the best R&B groups of all time with their ability to transmit emotions via song.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) ranks them as the best-selling R&B group of all time. After releasing thirteen studio albums, their signature sound—which they dub "hip-hop doo-wop"—has helped them sell more than sixty million records. Among their many significant contributions is their reign as the most popular boy band from 1987 until 2012. The current lineup of the band is Nathan Morris, Wanyá Morris, and Shawn Stockman.
They released their first album, "Cooleyhighharmony," in 1991, with Michael Bevins serving as producer. Their trademark is that, unlike other R&B ensembles, every member sings lead vocals. Everyone knew the album would be a smashing success, and it was. The record became the band's first Grammy for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, and it sold over nine million copies. Their popularity skyrocketed the following year when they dropped "Christmas Interpretation," a holiday album. Their 1994 album, "II," was their second studio effort. Its 12 million copies sold put it firmly in the record books as one of R&B's all-time biggest sellers. They won two Grammys for this album. "Evolution" was released three years later, but it was not as well received as the previous two albums. Years later, they would drop nine additional albums.
Fast forward to 2024, the group is still the most iconic R&B group. This summer, the boys will return to the Hollywood Bowl for a three-night concert that will make every R&B fan scream in excitement. Catch Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, and Wanyá Morris this September 14. Tickets are now on sale, and you can get yours here by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.