The great soul legend who hails from Springfield — John Legend — will be coming to the Rose Music Center in Huber Heights on June 12th in concert.
Beyond the Darkness and Light Tour, here are a few things John Legend has been up to.
The 10-time Grammy winner will perform during the 2017 Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 12.
Legend (aka John Stephens) and many other artists including Metallica, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban would be taking stage entertaining the crowd at the 59th annual installment of the event.
Here are a few other things Legend has been up to lately both professionally and with that perfect family of his:
Legend has teamed up with Ariana Grande to put a new spin on the famous song “Beauty and the Beast” for the live action version of the film coming soon to theaters. The song was made famous by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson for the animated Disney classic.
SUPER BOWL COMMERCIAL
This spot for LIFEWTR that debuted during the Super Bowl features the music of John Legend.
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Legend was an executive producer and cast member for this film that is gaining lots of attention this award season.
The Stephens (John and supermodel wife Chrissy Teigen) celebrate 9 months with their baby Luna Simone Stephens.
Pandora helped John celebrate the release of his fifth album “Darkness and Light.” His current hit song “Penthouse Floor” features new artist Chance the Rapper.
John and Chrissy attended the SAG Awards on Jan. 29th
John’s family celebrated his birthday on vacation at Nikki Beach Saint Barth .
Tweets his followers a video clip of him singing live “Surefire” off of his newest album. Wonder what songs he’ll be performing at the Grammy awards?
MORE DRESS UP
Costume goals. The celebrity supercouple wears fried chicken zip-up pajamas. Chrissy is showing off her KFC spirit and John is fried chicken.
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