Sing Sisters Sing
About The Show
Q Live One who brought you Christian Scott, Bobby Rush, Robert Glasper Experiment , Avery Sunshine, the Blues Beatles, Eric Stanley, Hip Hop Orchestra, A Night Of Sax and Dominique Hammons now brings you the Hit Show Sing Sisters Sing : A Night Of Song featuring Rebecca Valadez, Margie Nell Griffin and Valerie Campbell. Tickets are $38.50 All Seats Reserved.
Rebecca Valadez is a two time Latin Grammy Award Winner and three time nominee and the recipient of the Univision Award for female vocalist of the year. She has performed on stages with numerous super stars throughout her career including Janet Jackson, Ben E King, Little Richard, Wayne Brady, Brian Mcknight, Luther Vandross,and many more as a back up vocalist. She also has vocal producer credits that include shows like High School Musical Get In The Picture.She was often called upon to back up multiple acts at star studded late night talk shows award ceremonies like the VH-1 Fashion Awards,the Alma Awards, The Late Show, the Rosie O’Donnell Show and many many more. She has a strong footprint in the South Texas Tejano music scene when she won multiple awards for her work with the legendary group Mazz. She has also been featured on television talent shows like when she won Star Search in 2003 and before that when she competed in Star Search when she was just 11 years old. She also played the taxing role of Selena in the off Broadway musical Selena Forever. We could go on and on but we will let her voice speak for itself.
Margie Nell Griffin born March 5,1963. Margie has been anointed and appointed since the age of four years old. This year marks 53 years of singing from 1967-2020 Along the journey she has Lead and Sung for many groups and choirs ranging from Gospel, Jazz and R&B. Margie has served as Choir Director, Worship Leader, Recording Artist, Studio Singer and Vocal Coach and those experiences has allowed her to open and sing for George Benson , Kirk Whalum, Maya Angelo, Martin Luther King and Jacob Lawrence. She is currently working on a Gospel CD this year.
Valerie Campbell, San Antonio vocalist, got her start singing at the ripe old age of eleven months, when she began to hum tunes before she could talk. Soon, she was singing for her parents and family members and anyone who would listen. Upon adulthood, Valerie studied voice with the late, great Dr. Robert Scott at Texas A&M University at Kingsville. In 2007, she reached the pinnacle of her career by performing and competing at Showtime at the Apollo in Harlem, NY. Valerie has sung with the Kingsville Symphony Orchestra and with the San Antonio Orchestra. Most recently, she produced a Teena Marie Tribute Show at the Carver Cultural Community Center, Jo Long Theater, to rave reviews, in 2017. But her happiest moment in life was getting saved on April 5, 2019. She feels this is when her life truly began.