A Lionel Richie Tribute by Gregory James & the All-Night Long Show Band
November 8, 2022
11:00 a.m. – Tickets $25
Recreating all the hit songs of a living music legend "Lionel Richie" is Gregory James and the "All Night Long Show Band" together they capture the Look and Sound of a true Lionel Richie concert. With painstaking attention to detail, this band has recreated the perfect soundtrack for an unforgettable Lionel Richie experience.
Greg has opened shows for The O'Jays, Bobby Womack, Al Green, the Temptations and accompanied the Legendary Drifters on stage. Gregory has been voted by his peers to have the closest sound to Lionel Richie and has been held as the number one Lionel Richie Tribute Artist in the Midwest today. So, prepare yourselves to fall in love all over again and dance "All Night Long".
This performance is sponsored by Chicago Dough, Richton Park
About Gregory James
Gregory James, aka James G, a Milwaukee native comes from a talented family with musical background. His soulful singing style was developed in the church where he developed a distinct sound that captivated audiences. He has sung lead vocals for numerous bands in the Chicago and Milwaukee areas. Gregory has opened for The O’Jays, Bobby Womack, Al Green & The Temptations at the Milwaukee African World Festival. He now resides in Dubuque where he has gained recognition as a unique vocalist from numerous crowds and fellow musicians. Venues such as the Mystique Casino and Stonecliff Winery are some of the few stages he has performed on. Whether he performs on a small or large scale his passion for artistry and pleasing the listeners is his greatest pleasure. He connects with his audience in a way that leaves them knowing he cares about connecting with and touching the soul. Gregory performs old-school songs like no one other in the tri-state area. He performs songs by Al Green, Wilson Pickette, The Four tops, The Temptations, The Manhattans, Marvin Gaye, The Spinners, Stevie Wonder, and many, many more.
This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.