Tribute To The Temptations The group "Tribute, A Salute to The Temptations" was founded in 1995 by Donald Burton, who has been a vocalist since his early childhood. Since getting the group started, Tribute has been a driving force in the Las Vegas Entertainment scene. For the past 3 years the powerful quintet has been wowing audiences in the Legends in Concert show at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Las Vegas. In September of 2001 the group traveled to England for a 15-city tour with Burton's own "Tribute to Motown Show." A show conceived and co-produced by Tribute founder Don Burton. Tribute has just recently returned from an engagement In Tokyo, Japan where all 14 performances were completely sold out! Their sound and look speaks for itself, and once this group hits the stage there's no doubt that this group has it all! Whatever the song, "My Girl " "Ain't Too Proud " or "Cloud Nine," Tribute does it with style and perfection from the vocals to the choreography, which is why this is one of the most sought-after groups in the country and abroad. Tribute has brought joy and happiness to many, and many tears have fallen in joy at memories of the past, good and bad events. Tribute, A Salute to the Temptations is truly great!
Meet Mr. Marc VanClaggett has he shares a bit of his past in the music industry along with his present Cd projects "I Want You" and "Jazz At Sunset" and introducing you to his up & coming and highly anticipated Cd, "Merald Drive" Join us on Show Talk with Angela Butler
Sounds Like: Luther Vandross Music, Marvin Gaye <3, Kenny G, Kem
Label: Marlex Records, Marlex Records
Bio: Marc Vanclaggett is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and no stranger to the world of entertainment. He has shared the stage with such artists as The Four Tops, The O'Jays, The Temptations, Jazz Crusaders, Mary Wilson, Gladys Knight, Roy Ayers and many others. He has also appeared in the majority o...See Full Bio
“7pm the doors opened for business at “Viva Las Vegas Event Center” and the venue and staff was ready to receive what turned out to be a packed house. They even had to turn people away at the door because they were at capacity. This was a first for me to be a witness to. It was a mature crowd. Many appeared to know each other and greet one another with smiles, hand shakes and hugs. Strangers sat together sharing a table, but join in as one as they all enjoyed being in this space for the experience of, “Tribute To The Temptations.” We were taken down memory lane with music from one of Motown’s greatest groups!”