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Price $49.50 - $120.00
Age Suitability All Ages
Category R&B and Soul


Wednesday, Jun 18 8:00p
1STBANK Center Broomfield, CO

Maxwell at 1STBANK Center.

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Hailed as one of the founders of the neo-soul movement of the 1990s, along with D'Angelo and Erykah Badu. Before his big break in the music business he worked as a waiter in restaurants in New York....
Location & Nearby Info
1STBANK Center
11450 Broomfield Ln.
Broomfield, CO 80021
(303) 410-0700
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Reviews & Comments
Jul 26, 2009 - Windy City Girl on Maxwell

We saw Maxwell in concert at the Borgata in Atlantic City. Awesome! He leaves you desiring more, more, and still more music from him. That is why we are searching for tickets, trying to purchase tickets to his concert in North Carolina. Maxwell is a true artist, with a tight band; and he has a humble spirit. During the concert, he was surprised that Ms. Aretha Franklin was in the audience. He acknowledged the presence of the Queen of Soul and then, asked her for permission to perform in front of her in his usual sensual manner. Yes, he acted like mild manner Clark Kent, and not Superman. We really enjoyed his humbling, respectful spirit, but, he did get down. And, the ladies enjoyed every minute of Maxwell. Ladies were going to the stage to just touch Maxwell, to get hugs, and he did oblige them. Even the men (yes, there were real men in the audience) were singing and crooning to the Maxwell's music. One guy said, "he is a true entertainer with classic music for all generations." His opening song, "Get To Know You," had everyone singing and grooving.

Go see a Maxwell concert, and you will not be disappointed.