Frankie Beverly Rocks Chicago One Last Time

Legendary crooner Frankie Beverly recently made Chicago one of the stops on his current farewell tour.

Frankie Beverly recently came to Chicago to perform his Farewell tour at the United Center during his 50th year in the music industry. If you haven’t heard, Beverly is touring the world one last time before he puts down the mic and retire for good.

The show was sold out and people were arriving hours early before the doors opened up. The show kicked off at 8:00 pm with Bionce Foxx as the host for the night. Foxx introduced El DeBarge as the first act. He performed his hit songs “Stay with Me,” “Rhythm of the Night,” “I Like It” and many more fan favorites.

El DeBarge

Next to hit the stage was one of Chicago greatest to ever touch a mic – thee one and only Chaka Khan. Khan had fans so excited with her intro that everyone was on their feet as she hit the stage. Her set lasted about 50-60 minutes and she performed her hit songs “Tell Me Something Good,” “Ain’t Nobody,” “Sweet Thing,” and “I’m Every Woman.”

Chaka Khan

Last was the man himself Frankie Beverly and Maze. The crowd was standing for his whole set which lasted an hour. Beverly was filled with joy as the crowd was singing every word to every song he performed. He kept a smile on his face as he felt the love Chicago had for him. Beverly ended with his hit song “Before I Let Go,” and to make things more exciting, Mayor Brandon Johnson surprised Beverly at the end of his show to proclaim April 27th Frankie Beverly Day for Chicago. It was a great show to see.


By Christopher Lockridge

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Written by Christopher Lockridge

Hey. I'm Lock and I'm a very chill person. I adapt to my environment and I'm unpredictable, so expect the unexpected. 

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