Whitney. Cher. Adele. Aretha.
There are those few legends who need only one name to identify them. Singer, songwriter and pianist Sheléa is poised to enter that rarefied atmosphere.
From the White House to the Library of Congress and Carnegie Hall, her performances blend traditional pop, jazz, R&B and soul brining a contemporary edge to classics and a classic touch to contemporary pop standards.
Located at the Lillian S. Wells Backstage Plaza, this new experience offers a one-of-kind evening of entertainment under the stars. Seating at Backlot Live events allows for 6 feet of physical distance available exclusively in pods of 2, 4 or 6.
With a voice that stirs the soul and hands that effortlessly glide over the keys, Sheléa represents a return to true artistry that has garnered much attention and adoration from legends throughout the music industry. Her sultry sound is an exciting oasis in an age of auto-tune. Blending traditional pop, jazz, R&B and soul, she brings a contemporary edge to classics and a classic touch to contemporary pop standards. Sheléa has performed at the White House, The Library of Congress, the Songwriter's Hall of Fame Award and ASCAP's We Write the Songs. Her debut album Love Fell On Me featured Stevie Wonder, Brian McKnight and Narada Michael Walden. In 2016 she made her acting debut in the HBO Emmy-nominated film All the Way. In 2017, she was selected by Quincy Jones to be the first vocalist for his jazz club Q’s Bar and Lounge at the Palazzo Versace Dubai with a month-long residency, followed by her Carnegie Hall debut In March 2019, Sheléa starred on PBS, joined by special guests David Foster and Greg Phillinganes, in the concert special “Quincy Joes Presents: Sheléa.”
Face coverings are required at all times unless actively consuming food and beverages in designated seating areas. Personal chairs, coolers, outside food & beverages, weapons of any kind, pets of any kind (unless it is a service animal), tents or staking is PROHIBITED. Event is rain or shine.