Thursday, June 16 at 8 p.m.
Born in Providence, Rhode Island, Jeffrey Osborne was the youngest of 12 children and was surrounded by music as he was growing up. He had five brothers and six sisters, some of whom went on to have music careers. His father, Clarence "Legs" Osborne, was a popular trumpeter who sat in with the likes of Lionel Hampton and Duke Ellington and turned down many top band offers during his career to be with his family, he passed away when Jeffrey was only 13. At the age of 15, Jeffrey sat in with the O'Jays when the drummer was unable to perform to their standards, and went on to play with them for two weeks. That was all the inspiration Osborne needed to pursue a musical career.
It was at another Providence nightclub that fate brought him together with the band Love Men Ltd..It was only after receiving his mother's encouragement that Jeffrey left for Los Angeles to play with Love Men Ltd..who later changed their name to L.T.D.Osborne was originally brought on as the drummer and eventually became the lead vocalist. After more than ten years with the band, he decided to pursue a solo career, which produced such Top 40 hits as " Really Don't Need No Light", "Don't You Get So Mad", "Stay With Me Tonight", "You Should Be Mine (The Woo Woo Song)" and a duet with Dionne Warwick, "Love Power."
Osborne's solo career has brought him four GRAMMY nominations, five gold and platinum albums, including his debut self entitled album "Jeffrey Osborne", "Stay with Me Tonight" and "Only Human". He scored an international hit with "On the Wings of Love" in 1982. After his six albums released on A&M during the '80s, he moved to Arista for "Only Human" (1990), then switched to a series of independent labels. His releases during the 2000s included "That's for Sure" (2000) and "Music Is Life" (2003), as well as cover albums " From the Soul "(2005) and "A Time for Love" (2013). His latest project entitled "Worth It All" was released in 2018 on Artistry Music. This project was written and produced by Jeffrey Osborne, with the exception of one song entitled " Work It" which was co-written with his son Jeffrey Osborne Jr. who also performed on the track with him. This project, inspired by the late great George Duke has taken Osborne back to his deep R&B roots.
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