Jimmy Williamson to perform at Ali Cultural Arts Center as part of SOULFUL SUNDAYS

The Ali Cultural Arts Center in Pompano Beach will host Jimmy Williamson for Soulful Sundays. Fusing local and national artists, this program creates unforgettable musical experiences that enrich the community. The monthly series continues, Sunday, July 10, 2022 at 6 p.m., as Williamson takes the stage to creatively perform beloved classics. Tickets are $5, available online.

Jimmy Williamson began entertaining at the age of 15, traveling through the tri-state area of ​​West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio. At the age of 19, Jimmy’s vocals brought him to Wild Cherry’s number one hit “Play That Funky Music”. As a frontman and vocalist, Jimmy continues to perform, share stages and record with Grammy-winning artists around the world. Jimmy is renowned for his versions of many timeless tunes, including “Me and Mrs. Jones”, “Summertime”, “Georgy Porgy” and “Lowdown”, and his inventive covers of hits by Frank Sinatra, The Spinners, Bobby Caldwell, Al Jarreau, and more, spanning all genres, from soul, R&B, jazz and fusion to standards, show tunes and rock.

Jimmy, along with his band of world-class touring musicians, released the album From the Soul in 2014, and he is currently in the studio recording vocal tracks for a project produced by Kim Reilly and Seaside Music Management, including including artists such as Burleigh Drummond, Joe Puerta and Doug Jackson of Ambrosia, John Ford Coley of England Dan and John Ford Coley, Dave Muse of Firefall and Eliot Lewis and Brian Dunne of Hall and Oates.

Space is limited. No tickets are sold at the door. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.

The next Soulful Sundays will be on August 14, 2022, featuring South Florida soul queen Valerie Tyson.

The Ali Cultural Arts Center is located at 353 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Pompano Beach, Florida

About the City of Pompano Beach Department of Cultural Affairs

The mission of the Department of Cultural Affairs is to provide cultural programming that includes visual arts, digital media, music, film, theatre, dance and public art for the enjoyment and enrichment of residents and visitors to Pompano Beach, Broward County and the Deep South. Florida region. The department programs and manages the city’s major cultural arts venues, including the Pompano Beach Cultural Center, the Ali Cultural Arts Center, the Bailey Center for Contemporary Arts, and the Ely White House Museum. The department also oversees the city’s public art program and the prestigious Our City grant from the National Endowment for the Arts awarded to the Pompano Beach Crossroads Placemaking Arts Initiative.

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