The O'Jays is an R&B group from Canton, Ohio that has since been inducted into several renowned music halls of fame since for its contributions to the R&B genre since forming in 1963. Following the group's first major hit, "Back Stabber," which helped The O'Jays to gain a firm foothold on the Philadelphia soul scene in the early 1970s, was followed up by the groups internationally renowned hit "Love Train" in 1973. Since then, The O'Jays have maintained a fairly successful recording and performance career throughout the decades, and continue to perform with the same vim and vigor the trio's fans have come to expect.
Venue at Horseshoe Casino HammondNovember 28, 2014 8:00 PM
777 Casino Center Drive
Hammond, IN 46320
The soft rock duo known as Air Supply is composed of guitarist Graham Russell and singer/songwriter Russell Hitchcock. The artists met in 1975 while working on a theatrical production of Jesus Christ Superstar in Melbourne, Australia and, along with Chrissie Hammond, they forged a musical bond and began to create harmony-heavy soft rock ballads. Hammond left the group early on, forcing Russell and Hitchcock to run through various band mates and temporary accompanists while compiling a steady stream of adult-contemporary radio classics along the way. The group enjoyed a period of strong stateside success in the early 1980s, racking up several hits including "All Out of Love" and "Lost In Love." Though Russell and Hitchcock both own successful solo careers, they continue to create and perform as Air Supply.