Patti Labelle / James Ingram


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The Patti LaBelle & James Ingram Concert has been postponed

Message from the promoters. "We are sorry to announce that the planned Patti LaBelle / James Ingram show scheduled to take place on Tuesday 17th March at The SSE Arena, Wembley will not be taking place. The show is to be rescheduled for a date to be confirmed. You ticket will be valid for this new performance, but if you'd prefer to obtain a refund, please contact your point of purchase."


Patti Labelle

Patti Labelle appearing at this event

The group “The Ordettes” was founded by Patti LaBelle in 1961 on. A huge hit of the girl group was "Decatur Street. In 1970 the group name changed in LaBelle and this also transformed their style in a mixture of soul, disco and funk complete with extravagant attire in the style of the “glam rock”. The biggest hit from this period was “Lady Marmalade” (Voulez-vous coucher avec moi?). In 1976 the group disbanded and Patti LaBelle started her solo career. The soul diva scores several solo hits such as the duet "On My Own" with Michael McDonald and classic ballad hits such as “If You Only Knew” and “You Are My Friend”. The successful soul singer won Grammy Awards for Best R&B Vocal Performance and Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance. Although she’s widely known for classic moonstruck ballads, her diverse musical tastes have only enhanced her versatility. Today Patti continues to receive a respectful nod from the new litter of pop-pound. So was homage paid to the soul diva with a hip-hop infused rendition of the hit “Lady Marmalade”, which appeared on the soundtrack for Academy Award winning silver screen musical “Moulin Rouge”.

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James Ingram

James Ingram appearing at this event

The career of the music icon, multi Grammy Award winner and back-to-back Oscar nominee James Ingram began in the '70s with the Revelation Funk group. After his participation in Revelation Funk, the American soul singer sang on the album "The Dude" from Quincy Jones (1981). As a solo artist, he scored big hits in the 80s, but his biggest success he achieved with duets with Michael McDonald ("Yah Mo B There") and Patti Austin ("Baby, Come To Me"). With the first mentioned duet James Ingram won his second Grammy Award. In 1983, the versatile singer made his debut album "It’s Your Night". Ingram worked with many artists such as Ray Charles, Natalie Cole, Anita Baker, Kenny Rogers and Angie Stone. He also co-wrote "PYT" by Michael Jackson. He passed away in January 2019 at the age of 66.

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The SSE Arena, Wembley

  • Empire Way
  • Wembley
  • London
  • HA9 0DH
0844 815 0815
Disabled Booking:
020 8782 5629
Disabled access:
Bronze Status