Shalamar featuring Jody Watley Comes to Cache Creek Casino

In the show & prove style that fans have admired for over three decades, the Grammy-winning hyphenate (singer / songwriter / producer / businesswoman / OG fashionista) one of music's enduring artists and style icons brings a rebooted Shalamar to the stage with maintaing the signature sound.  Shalamar was formed in 1977 as a vocal dance trio by Don Cornelius of the Soul Train television show and Dick Griffey. Shalamar shortly became a top group with soulful disco sounds. Inspired by her retro-futuristic new album Paradise, with her penchant for current sounds and underground club movements.With  classics like "Take That To The Bank", "A Night to Remember", "Second Time Around",  sprinkled with Watley's signature tunes including "Looking For A New Love" "Don't You Want Me", "Friends" along with recent global smash and ode to good times "Nightlife." Guaranteed to be 100% funky disco party and a true night to remember. 

SHALAMAR featuring JODY WATLEY comes to Cache Creek Casino November 29, 2014  :  Tickets

Remembering Former Shalamar Backing Vocalist Jermaine Stewart

Jody Watley with Jermaine Stewart onstage, 1982

Jermaine Stewart, Howard Hewett with first wife Rainey Hewett

Micki Free, Jody Watley, Jermaine Stewart in 1987

William "Jermaine" Stewart (Sept. 7, 1957 - March 17, 1997) pictured with Shalamar band and original member Jody Watley on tour in 1982. Jermaine Stewart also snagging backing vocals for the Culture Club hit "Miss Me Blind."

Jermaine Stewart performing "Friends" live on British television 1982 Jermaine Stewart performing one of his smash hit singles Jermaine Stewart performs and talks to Dick Clark with a Shalamar shout-out.

Shalamar Loves Disco

Shalamar was born out of the disco era in 1977 creating memorable hits in Soul R&B, Disco including "Take That To The Bank" "The Second Time Around" "A Night To Remember" "Uptown Festival"

SHALAMAR. Fan Drawing Classic 3

The classic 3 lineup of Jeffrey Daniel, Jody Watley and Howard Hewett fan created drawing