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Love Languages Part 2!

August 1, 2017

 




Singer, Travis Malloy recently touched down in his hometown Pittsburgh, PA. to bless the city with another concert!

Malloy Entertainment brought 'Love Languages' Part 2 Friday July 28, 2017 at Spirit Lounge in Lawrenceville. The show began at 8pm, and it was a packed house.

The crowd enjoyed live performances from The Bill Henry Band, Deanna Dixon, and Travis Malloy.

While hosted by WAMO 100 Radio Personality, Ki Ki Brown.

Deanna Dixon took the stage first, and the audience immediately took to her after hearing her beautiful voice and powerful testimony.

She was immediately followed by The Bill Henry Band. The Band had the audience on their feet dancing to the tunes of the band.

Travis Malloy took the stage last. He started off his performance by singing "Paradise" one of the hit songs on his album. He also sang selections from Usher and R Kelly.

"Tonight's show has been a challenge for me because a couple days ago I lost one of my mentors, Dr. Lewis," Travis said.

He sang a gospel song in tribute to the passing of his mentor.

Travis also was sure to acknowledge his mother, Reverend Curtis of Mount Ararat, Trini of The Mount, Ki Ki Brown, and his best friend Junior.

Travis also called his best friend Junior on stage to sing along with him to a special song. He was especially grateful for his friend's presence because he drove six hours from Philadelphia to be at his show.

Travis also sang alongside his God sister, Vonjana Knight.

Travis said, "It feels so good to see a room full of family, friends, and people from my city here to support my album."

Travis is a well known gospel artist that recently officially transitioned into R&B, but the support has been just the same.

"My pastor Rev. Curtis once told me, you are an artist that sings music. Don't let people make you feel like you left anything," Travis said.



 

 

 

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