This Saturday night, we begin our 2017-2018 Season with a performance by The Purple Xperience that is sure to be both inspirational and electrifying! And if you haven’t secured your seats yet, you might just be running out of time!
As an added bonus, and as an homage to one of his most successful songs, we have made select seats available for The Purple Xperience for $19.99! These special “purple seats” are available on a first come, first served basis, and can be purchased NOW by contacting the Box Office at (904) 276-6815 ext. 1, or purchasing online at THcenter.org.
The Purple Xperience is a five-piece tribute band hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They have been touring the country since their inception in 2011, bringing the memories of Prince and The Revolution to audiences of all generations. The Purple Xperience embodies the spirit and sounds of Prince, with front-man Marshall Charloff channeling the vocals and movements from the icon himself. They promise to bring you the greatest most authentic Prince tribute show in the world!
Lead singer Marshall Charloff not only styles the magic of Prince’s talent in an uncannily unmatched fashion with his appearance, vocal imitation, and multi-instrumental capacity on guitar and piano, but also performs nationwide fronting world-class symphonies in most major cities in the US and Canada. Recently, Marshall Charloff teamed up with the famous jazzman Marcus Anderson (New Power Generation, 3rd Eye Girl sax player) in Raleigh, NC to perform with the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra.
Marshall recorded with Prince on the album for 94 East, (with Marshall on keyboards and bass guitar and Prince on lead vocals). Marshall was discovered by Pepe Willie, who was one of the people responsible for getting Prince’s career up and running. In 2009, Marshall teamed up with Doctor Fink from Prince and the Revolution and Pepe Willie to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame benefit concert. Additionally, Marshall is a celebrated producer and recording artist who has produced, wrote and recorded for the Commodores.