Soul Singer Leon Bridges to Play Benefit Concert for Cincinnati Chidren's Hospital

The Grammy winner will perform at the Aronoff Center in September

click to enlarge Leon Bridges - PHOTO: CAL QUINN (CC-BY-4.0)
Photo: Cal Quinn (CC-by-4.0)
Leon Bridges

Grammy-winning Soul singer/songwriter Leon Bridges will be performing at the Aronoff Center in September for a concert benefitting Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

Tickets for the Sept. 7 show ($53.74-$173.74) are on sale now.

Bridges has won widespread acclaim for his vintage Soul sound featuring modern R&B and Pop flourishes. It's also garnered him multiple Grammy nominations — both of his full-length releases were up for Best R&B Album, including 2018's Good Thing, which featured the song "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand," 2019's Grammy winner for Best Traditional R&B Performance. Bridges also has a CMT award — he recently won his first trophy from the Country music awards program for his performance with singer Luke Combs from the TV show CMT Crossroads.

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