The use of vibrato is common among talented vocalists but some singers overuse it. One such example came from Marsha Ambrosius who somehow managed to turn the US national anthem, ‘The Star Spangled Banner’, into a strange sheep call at the Mayweather vs Cotto boxing match.
Marsha Ambrosius certainly made a new for herself as a viable solo artist following her departure from Floetry and Grey Goose’s ‘Rising Icons’ series gave her the opportunity to reflect on her incredible journey. Hosted via VEVO, the special documentar showcased the R&B singe discussing her life, music and much more.
Marsha Ambrosius struck a fierce pose on the cover of the latest issue of Heed magazine, which will be available on newsstands tomorrow. The singer has received critical acclaim since the launch of her solo career last year and even earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best R&B Performance for her Urban radio smash hit [...]
The ‘Vh1 Divas Celebrates Soul’ concert was filmed last last evening and it a night of woman power! Featuring headliners Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige, Florence + Machine, Jessie J and Jill Scott, the show will air this evening at 9pm ET.
Hosted at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta on November 17th, the 2011 Soul Train Awards celebrated the accomplishments of R&B, Soul and Hip-Hop’s brightest young stars. In addition to awarding acts such as Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj and Kelly Rowland, the show also featured performances from Marsha Ambrosius, Melanie Fiona and several others.
The UNCF ‘An Evening of Stars’ aired this weekend on BET. The momentous event included performances from Patti Labelle, Jill Scott, Miguel and several others who wowed the audience with their vocal showings.
R. Kelly brought his ‘Love Letter Tour’ to the Mann Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia yesterday. The King of R&B was joined by Keyshia Cole and Marsha Ambrosius.