Leonard, Coleman & Blunt
Leonard, Coleman & Blunt have been around the world and back again several times each, as the lead singers of three of the most legendary vocal groups of all time: The Temptations, The Platters, and The Drifters. The three Washington, D.C. natives have a back-story right out of a Hollywood movie. Leonard, Coleman & Blunt grew up singing together in church and on street corners throughout the 1960s, before finding fame and fortune separately, then reuniting after 30 years to harmonize together once again.
Leonard and his sweet tenor voice joined Motown's legendary The Temptations, recording ten hit albums, touring the world, and singing lead on many of their 1970s and 1980s R&B hits. Coleman joined The Platters for a two-decade stint as the group's lead singer, in addition to gaining a successful career as a songwriter and playwright. Blunt performed and recorded with The Drifters for over a decade in venues all over the world, alongside Ben E. King and Johnny Moore, earning a Lifetime Achievement Award from Sony Records.
Concert attendees are treated to incredible showmanship, classic dance moves, and some of the biggest hits of all time, including "My Girl", "The Way You Do the Things You Do", "Get Ready", "The Great Pretender", "Only You", "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", "Under the Boardwalk", "On Broadway", "Save the Last Dance for Me", and many, many more.
Last Updated: July 19, 2017