Earth, Wind & Fire are back on tour in ’21 and ’22 and will throw a show at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. EW&F combines a shockingly high level of musical talent. They have the most compact rhythm and horn section ever, and the best parts of a wide selection of genres. Their monster grooves and high-energy, danceable hits Songs dominated in the 1970s.

A recognizable style

To this day, they continue to build their legendary status through countless world tours and albums. EW&F have won 20 Grammy nominations (six nominations in the form of a group) and Hall of Fame finalists. When they went to the United States to tour, they were immersed in the whirlwind of their music.

EWF’s music originated from jazz, RnB, Funk, Disco, and Soul, and eventually formed a perfect pop storm. Although the music speaks for itself, the band’s performance takes things to an incredible level of performance. Drama meets superb craftsmanship, and it undoubtedly makes people stand up and dance. There will be many classic tunes, so get ready to go back to the golden age of Funkadelic music.

Earth, Wind & Fire on tour!

In 2021, Earth, Wind & Fire will launch a large-scale U.S. tour around their next Las Vegas location. The new 22 city tour will begin on July 10 at Stateline. It will continue through December, stopping in San Antonio, New Orleans, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Nashville, Phoenix, and Atlantic City.

Then in 2022, the band will join forces with Carlos Santana. They will embark on their magical paranormal journey in North America. Earth, Wind & Fire will continue to support their latest album “Holiday” released on October 21, 2014 through Legacy Recordings. The album was ranked 19th on Billboard’s R&B charts, just behind “Now, Then & Forever” in 2013.

The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 and into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2003. Since its establishment in 1970, EWF has won 6 Grammy Awards and has become one of the world’s best-selling bands ever since it has sold more than 100 million records.

Credits: Newyorkcityhteater.com; stereoboard.com

Credits featured image: Craig ONeal, Flickr

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