Lenny Kravitz Performs Tonight at Playlist Live

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Rocker Lenny Kravitz is headlining the first installment of the AT&T Playlist Live concert series. Kravitz’s concert will be at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The music event is one of the shows related to Monday’s College Football Playoff championship game. Kravitz has a long list of songs to choose from for his set playlist. The rock star’s signature songs are “American Woman,” “Fly Away,” and “Are You Gonna Go My Way.”

R&B singer Keri Hilson will be one of Kravitz’s opening acts for the event. Hilson is best known for her hits “Pretty Girl Rock” and “Knock You Down.” Blues rock band, Vintage Trouble, will also serve as an opening act for Kravitz. Fans may recognize Vintage Souls’ “Today is Pretty Great” record. Another concert on Saturday night will feature country singer Scotty McCreery. McCreery won American Idol in 2011, and he will be performing at Billy Bob’s Texas. Fans should expect him to perform his Top 20 hits “I Love This Big” and “The Trouble with Girls.” 

Rocker Sting will headline Sunday’s second College Football Playoff concert. The rock star has built a legendary career with chart-topping songs. Sting’s hits as a member of The Police, and also as a solo artist, include “Roxanne,” “Every Breath You Take,” and “Fields of Gold.” The band Echosmith will be the opening act for Sting’s set. Echosmith’s Cool Kids peaked at Number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Zac Brown Band will conclude the concert series with a performance on Monday night at AT&T Stadium. The country/folk band has a plethora of uptempo records. Some of their crowd-pleasers include “Chicken Fried,” “Jump Right In,” and “Highway 20 Ride.” Fans who have not purchased tickets for these music events should contact Ticketmaster to check ticket availability. 

People who cannot make it to Dallas for the concerts, can view some of the events online. ESPN Music is going to live stream tonight’s performance featuring Lenny Kravitz with special guests Keri Hilson and Vintage Trouble at 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. Sunday’s live stream of Sting’s concert featuring Echosmith will begin at 8:30 PM Eastern Standard Time. The concerts will also stream on ESPN3. Fans will be able to watch the performances on all the Watch ESPN platforms. The AT&T Playlist Live concerts and the other music events offer audiences a great blend of diverse music. 

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Brillion Williams is an avid entertainment writer, particularly in the realm of music, sports, television, and film. Williams first started writing professionally as the founder and editor of Brillion-A-Million.