Soul Singer N’dambi and Funny Lady Luenell Headline “LA Nights in Beverly Hills”


Beverly Hills – Every so often a musical soul emerges from the underground with inescapable talent, artistry and charisma, a songwriter with emotional purpose and rare honesty. That artist would be the seductive soul chanteuse, N’dambi who makes her way to “LA Nights…in Beverly Hills” on Friday, January 22, 2010.

Hosted by Three the Hard Way Entertainment, comprising Kevin Rouse, Pernell Clark and Lennell Jones, “LA Nights…in Beverly Hills” continues to pave the path toward monthly entertainment that serves upscale and progressive professionals. Fine dining and world class entertainment convene at the Camden House located at 430 N. Camden Drive in Beverly Hills, CA. Featured talent for the evening also boasts crooner K.D. Brosia. Known for his work with Stokley Williams of Mint Condition, he performs the best of classic rhythm and blues wrapped in the rawness of soul. The Heavy Hitters Comedy Hour this month will feature funny lady Luenell (“Borat”) and comedian Annie McKnight, with music provided by DJ Darius Farrely aka DISCO.

N’dambi initially made her presence felt when she sang back-up and collaborated with fellow soul seeker Erykah Badu, before branching out on her own. “Pink Elephant” is her stunning debut on Stax Records. A songwriter with emotional purpose and rare honesty, the striking vocalist, pianist and composer from Dallas, Texas, is well known for her signature afro and fiery style. She possesses the intuitive perception and powerful creativity that ensures an essential contribution to modern R&B and soul.

Luennell wowed audiences internationally with her hilarious antics in the blockbuster movie “Borat.” Bold, brash, bossy and brazen, these are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the uniquely talented and comedic energy force that she is !

“LA Nights…in Beverly Hills” has all the elements for a fun filled evening. Cover charge is $15.00 until 10:00 p.m. and $20.00 after with $3.00 parking available. Limited VIP reserved table seating is available.

A portion of the proceeds from the evening will benefit Brother II Brother, ( a city wide mentoring program for at risk, inner city kids. For additional information check out or contact, or