The Greatest Love of All: A Tribute to Whitney Houston

Charleston Music Hall presents:

The Greatest Love of All: A Tribute to Whitney Houston

featuring, Quiana Parler, Charlton Singleton, & Friends

Fri · September 21, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$22 - Individual | $17 - Students

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The Greatest Love of All: A Tribute to Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston was a mega superstar! She possessed one of the greatest voices of our time and was praised for it in the form of being THE MOST AWARDED FEMALE ARTIST OF ALL TIME. On September 21, 2018, Charlton Singleton brings his wildly popular and talented friends back to their home, the Charleston Music Hall, to celebrate the Music of Whitney Houston. Leading the night will be, Quiana Parler. Quiana has been seen and heard all over the world with Kelly Clarkson, Clay Aiken, Ruben Studdard, Miranda Lambert, and Keith Sweat to name a few. She is currently the lead singer for Ranky Tanky, a group that has seen itself climb to the top of the Billboard, iTunes, and Amazon jazz charts. Once again, this is a CAN'T MISS SHOW! Over the past two years Charlton Singleton, along with Quiana Parler, have led extraordinary SOLD OUT performances in tribute to mega-superstars of popular music. This tribute to Whitney will be no different!
Quiana Parler
Quiana Parler
As lead vocalist for internationally- and critically-acclaimed roots music group, Ranky Tanky, Parler spent weeks at #1 on several Billboard Jazz charts. The group's eponymous debut album has drawn praise and acclaim from some of the nation's most discerning and respected music critics. Through Ranky Tanky's sold out shows, Quiana is using her artistry to bring the cultural and musical heritage of the SC Lowcountry to some of the most prestigious stages in the US and Europe, like Norway's Moldejazz and New York City's Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall.
Charlton Singleton
Charlton Singleton
Charlton Singleton was born on January 7, 1971, the youngest of the three children of the Rev. Charles and Jeanette Singleton, both in education, of Awendaw, South Carolina. He is a true child of the Lowcountry in that he grew up in a close-knit village and was heavily influenced by the forces he was exposed to in his community’s church, Greater Zion AME Church where his late grandfather, Edward Singleton, also known to everyone there as Big Daddy, was a stalwart member and spiritual leader.

Charlton attended Mamie P. Whitesides Elementary, Laing Middle and Wando High schools. He went on to attend the Berklee College of Music and South Carolina State College from which he graduated in 1994 with a degree in music performance.

His life has always been awash in music. It was always present in his home growing up. His grandfather sat him on his knee and sang to him, just like he did his other 54 grandchildren. Once again, Charlton is the youngest.

“It was the ‘Jump, Baby Jump Song’,” he told writer Jack McCray. “Ask anyone of my relatives that are close to my age or older if they remember that, and they WILL start singing it.”

By the time he was in middle school, he was a multi-instrumentalist. He had mastered the piano, violin, and cello and trumpet, his primary instrument today.

Charlton has emerged in the last several years as the face of jazz performance in the Lowcountry. After long stints in various small ensembles playing many styles of popular music, he became conductor and artistic director of the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, a 20-piece aggregation at the vanguard of jazz in South Carolina today that arose from the prototypical Charlton Singleton Orchestra in March of 2008.

He enjoys tremendous stature and fame as a result. His likeness is emblazoned on promotional materials everywhere all the time and he is among the most widely covered performers by media outlets. His high energy, music-in-motion image graced the cover of Charleston Magazine’s November issue, its first-ever edition devoted to music.

Thousands have seen him perform in churches, concert halls, clubs, on recordings and in films where he delights them with a magical, versatile artistry that dazzles like a diamond in the sun.

He is also a prominent educator, providing private lessons and having taught in local school districts where his reputation is legendary.

Charlton’s presence, on and off the stage, is luminescent. It shines brightly everywhere, all the time.

He lives in North Charleston with his wife, Mary Jo, and two children Shalamar Boyd and D’Marcus Boyd.

He is a board member of Jazz Artists of Charleston where he serves as vice president. No other individual has done more in the Lowcountry recently than Charlton to further the history and legacy of jazz music in South Carolina.

His work, the light of his life, burnishes the lives of all who encounter him and it appears to be poised to go on forever.
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403
http://charlestonmusichall.com/