CCPA Presents Home for the Holidays With Peabo Bryson, Oleta Adams, The 5th Dimension, and Haley Reinhart on Fri., December 8, 8:00 PM

CERRITOS, CA – Kick off the holiday season with the festive HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS showcase at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) on Friday, December 8 at 8:00 PM. The evening features music powerhouses Peabo Bryson, Oleta Adams,

The 5th Dimension, and Haley Reinhart. Tickets start at $49. The show is sponsored by Cerritos Auto Square.                                                                                       

Renowned R&B and Soul singer PEABO BRYSON has rocked music charts with the No. One song If Ever You’re in My Arms Again; By the Time This Night Is Over; What You Won’t Do for Love, a duet with Natalie Cole; and Tonight I Celebrate My Love, a collaboration with Roberta Flack. His latest single, Love Like Yours & Mine, from his new album Stand for Love, debuted in the Top Five on Billboard’s Adult R&B Chart.

Cited by Billboard for his “premier silky” vocals, Bryson won Grammys for his duet with Céline Dion, Beauty and the Beast, and his Oscar-winning duet with Regina Belle, A Whole New World, from the hit movie Aladdin. Throughout his career, Bryson has amassed a faithful fan base, critical acclaim, Gold albums, and a plethora of awards and honors for a long string of popular hits, including Count on Me, I Promise I Do, Don’t Make Me Cry, and the stirring 2007 song Missing You, which became an anthem for the U.S. troops stationed in Iraq. 

Rolling Stone magazine praised Gospel great OLETA ADAMS, noting that “[her] exquisite voice is an instrument whose high end vibrates in stunning clarity and whose bottom range resonates richly.” Since the runaway success of her 1990 debut album Circle of One, which went Platinum, and the hit Get Here, the four-time Grammy-nominated singer has impressed legions of fans and critics globally with her crossover into Soul, R&B, Urban, and Pop music. The New York Times hailed, “She dares to be overtly inspirational, vulnerable and loving.” In 2020, the songstress released Place of Peace in response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s grip on the world.

Formed in Los Angeles in 1965, THE 5TH DIMENSION took the world by storm with the 1967 hit Up, Up and Away, which became the group’s first Top 10 hit. The song swept the Grammy Awards, taking home five statues, including “Record of the Year” and “Song of the Year.” The single’s success propelled The 5th Dimension's first album (also titled Up, Up and Away) to Gold status. The group’s other hits include Paper Cup, Carpet Man, and Stoned Soul Picnic, another Top 10 hit. The follow-up single Sweet Blindness landed in the Top 20.

Platinum-certified singer-songwriter and American Idol finalist HALEY REINHART dazzled the world with her take on Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling in Love, which received a Gold plaque from the RIAA and generated more than 325 million Spotify streams and 100 million YouTube views. Her solo albums – including Lo-Fi Soul, Listen Up!Better, What’s That Sound?, and Off the Ground – were released to wide critical acclaim.

For tickets or more information, call (562) 916-8500 or go to cerritoscenter.com.

 

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