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Join us for a mesmerizing night of soulful melodies and heartfelt lyrics as Marcus Paul James takes the stage at Joe's Pub. In "Love Letter," Marcus weaves a musical tapestry that celebrates the many facets of love through his captivating voice and evocative storytelling."Love Letter" is a musical journey through the complexities of love. Marcus will serenade you with songs that explore the highs and lows of this universal emotion, from the exhilarating rush of new love to the bittersweet ache of farewell. Each note he sings is a heartfelt expression, and each lyric is a page torn from the book of his experiences. As Marcus takes the stage, you'll be transported to a world where music is the language of the heart. Expect soul-stirring ballads, infectious grooves, and lyrics that resonate with your own love story. Whether you're celebrating love's joyous moments or finding solace in its melancholic depths, "Love Letter" is a concert that will touch your heart and leave you with a renewed appreciation for the power of music. With a voice that can move mountains and lyrics that touch the soul, Marcus Paul James is a modern-day troubadour. His music transcends genres, effortlessly blending elements of R&B, soul, jazz, and pop, creating a sound that's uniquely his own. Marcus Paul James has been seen as Otis Williams in Broadway’s Ain’t Too Proud - TheLife and Times of the Temptations, Motown: The Musical, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony® Award-winning In the Heights and Jonathan Larson’s Tony® award-winning RENT. His TV/Film credits include “Collateral Beauty,” “RENT: Filmed Live,” “The Wiz Live!,” Oscar®-nominated and Grammy®-winning The Greatest Showman, tick, tick... BOOM! on Netflix, Dear Evan Hansen, In the Heights, and Apple TV’s film Spirited. As a recording artist, his albums are available on Spotify, iTunes, and all streaming platforms.
Photo Credit: Sub/Urban Photography
$25 / $30 at the door (exclusive of service fees)
For last-minute tickets, please visit our Box Office at 425 Lafayette Street. Web sales and phone sales end when doors open, and tickets may be available for in-person, walk-up sale right before the show begins.