“Of all the fine vocalists working today, Howard Hewett is one of the finest.”
Howard Hewett To Release New Single On Valentines Day (Google News)
February 12, 2017 – Legendary R&B crooner, Howard Hewett is releasing NEW MUSIC for Valentine’s Day! Hewett, who is also known as the lead singer of the group Shalamar, is releasing what is sure to become his next “classic hit”. His latest release titled, “A Love of My Own”, will take you on a journey. A discovery of finding real love when you least expected it. Once again, Hewett speaks to the heart through amazing lyrics and a soulfully smooth voice.
Hewett, known for such hits as “The Second Time Around,” “I’m For Real”, “Stay” and “Amen” has once again created a new sound to reach music lovers across the globe. His latest single is from his upcoming project, set to be released this fall. Hewett unleashes his inner cupid and belts out lyrics that will make even the hardest of hearts, believe in the power of love.
Hewett, who is working on expanding his style and touching new sounds in the music he is creating, Hewett looks to deliver an even more inviting flavor of love, inspiration and songs that will again stand the test of time.
Hewett is releasing his latest single “A Love of My Own”, under his own independent label, Incendiary Entertainment. It will be distributed in the United States by Illustra Distribution and Internationally via Global Soul Group. The single will beavailable for download on all digital outlets February 14th. To follow Hewett’s latest concerts, releases, podcast ad Live! feeds, log in to www.howardhewettmusic.com
Valentine’s Day concert in Clayton
Art Notes 02.07.17
“Love Under New Management,” a Valentine’s Day concert, is scheduled for 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, at The Clayton Center, 111 E. Second St., Clayton. Grammy-nominated singer Miki Howard and Howard Hewett Jr. will perform. Both have had Top 10 hits on the R&B charts.
For tickets, which are $30, go to the claytoncenter.com, call 919-553-1737 or drop by the Clayton Center box office, which is open from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. weekdays.
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