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Patti LaBelle 


Summer Tour

 is in full gear click below for dates  




"It's A Joy To Have Your Love"




Patti LaBelle is one of the busiest entertainers in the world.  This page you can view pictures from recent events attended by the diva herself.  Take a look and see what our favorite girl has been up to.



Singer Patti LaBelle poses with her portrait as it was unveiled May 6, 2002 in Hollywood. LaBelle's portrait is featured in a travelling exhibit featuring portraits of active women over 45 years of age done by photographer Jayne Wexler.


Philadelphia Musicares Awards

April 22, 2002

Grammy's Heroes Awards

Local jazz educator and mentor George Allen, radio personality David Dye, rapper Eve, jazz guitar legend Pat Martino, and rap artist and producer Jeff "DJ Jazzy Jeff" Townes were honored at the Philadelphia Chapter's 2nd Annual Heroes Awards on April 22nd for their contributions to the local music community. Soul singer Patti LaBelle was also presented with the first MusiCares Heart Award for her contributions in the fields of health and human services. Over 250 members of the creative community attended the event at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, which featured several tribute performances. After thePhiladelphia All-Star High School Jazz Band opened the program with their upbeat jams, artists performed some of LaBelle's biggest hits



12th Annual Rainforest Foundation Benefit Concert  April 13, 2002     New York City Carnegie Hall



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Patti attended the 1 year celebration for Rosie O'Donnel's magazine.

Singer Patti Labelle smiles for photographers as she arrives for a party celebrating the first anniversary of Rosie O'Donnell's "Rosie" magazine at the International Center


The highlight of the night came with Patti LaBelle's soulful performance that  encouraged unity and love.  She challenged the athletes and audience to reach for their dreams and embrace the world around them.   "We are all God's children," said LaBelle "And we need to learn to live with one another."

LaBelle, who shed her fur coat for a ski jacket midway through the concert, shook the stage for 35 minutes with songs from the past three decades. The biggest hit of LaBelle's career, "Lady Marmalade," also turned out to be the biggest of the night.*

     Earlier, athletes and volunteers danced to the legendary sounds of Patti LaBelle, who had a little fun with the crowd. A freezing LaBelle had to run off the stage momentarily to don a fur coat and scarf, but returned without gloves.  *      
     After expressing how cold she was by singing "My fingers have frostbite!" during one of her opening songs, a pair of gloves was thrown on stage from one of the athletes.

As the smoke clears, Patti LaBelle will take the stage for a 40-minute show that is sure to please and entertain the crowd, Paben said.     

     "If you haven't seen Patti LaBelle's concert, you really haven't lived because she has such a heart and soul and such a glorious voice," Paben said. "She is one of the best entertainers I have ever seen."

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Patti performed at the 2002 Super bowl pre game show 


Super bowl pictures provided by Kendal (Libra626) Thanks so much.. "This Is Your Chance, You Better Shine Sugar Shine"