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“Triads of Soul” Tribute to Otis Redding, Sam Cooke & David Ruffin at The TinPan

September 21 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Rodney Stith is an African American soul singer, songwriter and producer from Petersburg, Virginia he grew up singing and playing gospel music in church and local gospel groups where he learned how to play the piano from his grandfather and the guitar from his uncle by ear.

His powerful urban retro soul brings back the soulful sound of the retro classic rhythm and blues.

He comes across with a smooth edge mellow on the mind yet powerful enough to stir new emotion with each note.

His music captures the hearts and soul of some of the all-time greats and he has become a bridge between those artists and new the generation, with each performance brings back the Soul Sounds of the classic Rhythm and Blues.

Rodney is one of Virginia’s most beloved up and coming Soul Artist, he is a multiple award-winning artist of the Grand Jury of Music at the Richmond International Film and Music Festival of 2019 & 2020 and 2021 Critics Choice Award Winner and currently 2022 Soul Vision Award Winner. His new project titled “The Soul Chronicles of Rodney Stith” was released in 2022 with two current releases titled “The Blueprint” 2020 and his current release “Who Am I” 2021.

“Never stop Dreaming and allow your Vision planning to be the road map to navigate Your Success!” #neverstopdreaming #keepdreaming

Ned Harris (Sam Cooke)
Born in Albany, Georgia and residing in Hampton, Virginia, Ned Harris began singing at the age of 5, joined his church choir at the age of 11, and began performing with his community theater before he was old enough to vote or drink legally. Influenced by the Motown music that his parents kept in rotation during car rides around Albany, Ned fell in love with the era, and is still influenced by the Motown sound to this day.

As a member of Kustom Made and the 1960s quartet group , The Unifics, Ned prides himself in sticking to the foundation of what the forefathers of R&B and Soul music have built over the years. With every track that he puts his name on, Ned makes a conscious effort to create quality music that is inspired by greats like Prince, Smokey Robinson, Michael Jackson, Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye.

Ned has performed at the The Hampton Jazz Festival and the Virginia Beach FunkFest and has opened up for legendary acts like: Zapp, Dennis Edwards, George Clinton, The Brides of Funkenstine, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Fantasia, Gregory Porter, Jasmine Sullivan, and Charlie Wilson, just to name a few.


September 21
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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The Tin Pan


The Tin Pan
8982 Quioccasin Road
Glen Allen, VA 23229 United States
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