Grammy-winning artists 112 are back on tour in 2013 to share their soulful live concerts with their fans once again. Famous for their previous hits, like “I’ll Be Missing You” with Sean Combs and Faith Evans and “Peaches and Cream,” the band has been making hit music with R&B stars since their first record in 1996. Proteges of Sean “Puffy” Combs, the band has a similar melodic sound and their performances feature both their urban vocals and the fun and exciting dynamic of four old friends. They’re currently touring for their For The Fans tour, which features all four members. Ticket holders are stoked to see the band back together again and putting as much energy into their music as they always have. Though the band members have released solo work in recent years, the last album the group released as a whole was Pleasure & Pain in 2005, which featured the single “U Already Know.”
With roots in gospel, soul and hip-hop, these boys know how to mesmerize a crowd with their voices. 112 started in Atlanta, Georgia with Marvin Scandrick, Michael Keith, Quinnes Parker and Daron Jones. The group met in high school and performed in talent shows and churches until they were discovered by Combs. 2005's Please & Pain went platinum and, though the band broke up shortly after, their fans remained devoted. “Only You” and “Cupid,” the singles off their first album, peaked at No. 3 and No. 2, respectively, on the Billboard R&B charts. “I’ll Be Missing You,” topped the Billboard Hot 1 — and earned them a Grammy for Best Rap Performance. Years later, 112 was still topping charts with the song “Na, Na, Na,” featuring dancehall legend Super Cat. The band has managed to keep their clean, wholesome image, which continues to attract fans and propel the popularity of their reunion tour.