Concert Preview--Stevie B at Nectar Lounge 9/20

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Here's a concert for all the lovers of old school Miami Bass and Freestyle music.

If you can remember listening to jams like, "Party Your Body," and "Because I Love You (the Postman Song)" then chances are you remember Stevie B. He was the king of Miami's dance scene in the late 80s/early 90s and had a slew of hits that helped define the local club sound for years.

Well, South Florida's own Stevie B is performing a rare show this Thursday at Nectar Lounge at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.

If you don't remember Stevie B, he made some of the finest dance/rollerskating music that you probably heard and loved, but forgot about. To fresh your memory, check him out on Thursday at 11pm at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.

And don't try to say you don't remember this one.

As for what Stevie B has been up to lately...check out this audio clip for a Stevie B and Pitbull collaboration. --Jonathan Cunningham

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