Join us tonight at the RHOF to welcome Gloria Jones!
The Rock Hall hosts an evening with singer and songwriter Gloria Jones as part of Museum’s Black History Month celebration
WHAT: On Wednesday, February 29, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will host an evening with singer and songwriting Gloria Jones (“Tainted Love,” “If I Were Your Woman”). This event is part of the Museum’s month-long Black History Month celebration.
WHEN: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 7pm.
WHERE: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Foster Theater
TO RSVP: This event is FREE with a reservation. Reservations can be made by visiting at the Rock Hall Box Office. A limited number of tickets will be available for those without internet access through the Rock Hall’s RSVP phone system by calling (216) 515-8426.
Can’t make it to Cleveland for this event? No worries! This event will be live streamed on the RHOF website.
MORE INFO: Cincinnati-born soul singer and songwriter Gloria Jones has been performing for nearly five decades, first appearing in the spotlight in the mid-1960s with her original recording of “Tainted Love.” The song went on to be covered by Soft Cell and reached international success in 1981. Jones joined British rock band T. Rex as keyboardist and backing vocalist in 1974 until the band’s end in 1977. As a songwriter, Jones penned a number of songs through the years, including “My Mistake” (Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye) and “If I Were Your Woman” (Gladys Knight).