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Thu | April 18, 2024
L. YOUNG : Tribute Concert honoring Grammy-winning Icon MARVIN GAYE
Show: 8:30 pm
Catalina Bar & Grill
All Ages
$25.00 Buy Tickets

Many may know L.Young from his many viral videos on Youtube and Facebook, including the #1 pop trending ABC's Good Morning America feature of his a cappella rendition of the 2015 Bruno Mars hit Uptown Funk. But L. Young has also released four full length studio albums to date, 2004's “'They Just Don't Know”, 2008's “The 12th Letter”, 2013's “ReVerb”, and "4Ever Young" in November of 2015. The title track "Love Is A Verb" from the album Reverb garnered L. Young his first radio hit and top #20 Billboard magazine Urban A/C chart hit. L also released "Wrinkles in Time" in 2018 which saw 3 singles go to #1 on the UK Soul Charts.

​    Born and raised in Louisville, KY, L. now resides in Los Angeles. L. has graced the stage with such artists as Stevie Wonder, Seal, David Foster, BabyFace, Eric Benet, Aaron Neville, Lalah Hathaway, Toni Tony Tone', Mint Condition, En Vogue, Patti LaBelle, Toni Braxton, Gladys Knight, Keith Sweat, and Teena Marie just to name a few.

​    Some of his song writing and production credits include co-writing the top 5 single and title track off Jessy J's #1 Billboard debut Album Hot Sauce released in Sept. 2011, writing and production on KeKe Wyatt's 2010 release Who Knew, and her 2011 release Unbelievable, production of Babygirl (Terrys Theme) for B2K on the RIAA certified platinum selling 2002 Barbershop Soundtrack. L. also has songs on the platinum selling soundtracks Booty Call , Dangerous Grounds, The Long Kiss Goodnight, and Dough Boys.

​    You will also find L credited for music in many network tv shows such as BET's Real Husbands of Hollywood, ABC's According To Jim, 20/20, One Life To Live, VH1's Basketball Wives, and USA Network's Burn Notice. He has also appeared and/or performed on various television shows, movies, and professional theater productions such as NBC's Scrubs, Nickelodeon's Just Jordan, New Line Cinema's Hair Spray. and August Wilson's Fences.