Nostalgia rules, once again, as another great act from the '90's is headed to Denver. Boyz II Men is the best-selling R&B band of all time, when was the last time you saw them?

We have sung along to their hits for decades, now we can do it WITH them, Live. Michael McCary had to leave the famous Motown quartet in 2003, due to multiple sclerosis, but Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman are still singing their hearts out as Boyz II Men for thousands of fans attending each performance.

Awards & Accolades for Boyz II Men Include:

  • Four Grammy Awards
  • Nine American Music Awards
  • Nine Soul Train Awards
  • Three Billboard Awards
  • A Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Their ongoing Mirage Resort in Las Vegas residency (since 2013) has garnered them a Casino Entertainment Award

The group has scored huge success by combining their influences of Motown of the '60's and Philadelphia soul of the '70's.

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The guys still sound great. Here's a clip from their show in San Francisco earlier this year:

'90's nostalgia has really seen a surge these last couple of years as we work our way trough the early 2020's. Seeing bands like Boyz II Men is a must for those who loved and miss the '90's.

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