(Dynamic Voices to HHT)

On Saturday February 15th, the Historic Hemet Theatre will host a special concert for Valentine’s Day weekend featuring Jerome Robinson and some of his very talented friends from the music industry.

Jerome is a local favorite, best known for his role as former Lead Singer for the 2nd Generation Platters. He has appeared several times at HHT, each time bringing with him top performer like Norman Carter, Henry Castro, and Tony Strong.

This time Jerome will perform with special guests Robin Uncapher, Jimmy Bruce, Fleet Easton, Gonzalo, and “Just Robbie.” The music is a perfect Valentine’s show for fans of classic R&B.

Tickets for this special appearance are just $20. Showtime is 7:00 pm.

Meanwhile, this weekend’s Tribute to Tina Turner will be the third sellout show in this season’s Tribute Mania Concert Series. Call the Box Office for availability on the last few tickets.

Information on all theatre events is available at or by calling the Ticket Office, (951) 658-5950.

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