Loose Ends Featuring Jane Eugene (10:30pm) - 11.7.20

Loose Ends Featuring Jane Eugene (10:30pm) - 11.7.20

Saturday, November 07 2020 9:30pm Doors / 10:30pm Start

Tickets

VIP
$60.00
Front Premier
$50.00
Premier
$45.00
Bar Stool
$40.00
Sat Nov 07 2020

Loose Ends Featuring Jane Eugene (10:30pm) - 11.7.20

at City Winery Washington DC

Doors:
9:30pm
Starts:
10:30pm

Tickets

VIP
$60.00
Front Premier
$50.00
Premier
$45.00
Bar Stool
$40.00

Select Seats

Buy My Favorite Seats

ARTIST VIDEO

Share

About:

Please note that store credit will not be accepted as a form of payment for this show or any show in the Open to the Future limited series. Store credit will be accepted on all new and rescheduled shows that are not part of the limited series. Please understand we are trying our best to both reschedule shows that had to be moved, as well as program new shows for a robust fall season. Stay tuned! Thank you.

One of the top British dance and urban contemporary trios of the the 1980’s.  Formed in London in 1980, Jane Eugene, Steve Nichol, and Carl McIntosh—collectively known as Loose Ends—established themselves as a formidable R&B group on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean by the mid-80’s. After being discovered by Virgin Records A&R Mick Clark, the trio signed their first recording contract in 1981. Through Clark, they were paired with up-and-coming Philadelphia-based record producer Nick Martinelli. Three years later, Virgin Records released their first album, A Little Spice, in England, and the collective experienced difficulties in getting airplay. Despite this obstacle, underground radio provided an alternate route for the group to reach various music audiences. While achieving moderate success in England with their sophomore effort, So Where Are You?, they became the first Black British band to top the Billboard R&B chart with their unforgettable single “Hangin’ on a String (Contemplating).” Shortly thereafter, they joined MCA Records. This move improved their prospects to become groundbreaking artists in the American marketplace and maintain their popularity in England. On May 7, 1986, Zagora was released by MCA Records and it became their first platinum-selling smash. The album spawned five singles, including their second straight number one hit: “Slow Down,” “Stay a Little While, Child,” “Nights of Pleasure,” “Ohh, You Make Me Feel,” and “You Can’t Stop the Rain.”


After 35 years this group, featuring vocalist Jean Eugene -  continues to travel all over the country blazing the stage with their hottest hits.