R&B crooner Case has been enchanting fans with his silky-smooth voice and sensitive slow jams for more than two decades. From his early days singing backup for artists like Usher and Al B. Sure to his current status as an R&B heavyweight, he has consistently delivered pitch-perfect performances -- both in the studio and in concert. Whether he's singing early favorites like "Touch Me, Tease Me" or treating fans to cuts from 2014's Heaven's Door, Case's passion and charisma on stage always make for an unforgettable concert experience.
A New York City native, Case Woodard got his start in the early '90s singing backup for artists like Usher and Christopher Williams. Russell Simmons recognized his talent and signed him to Def Jam Records, and in 1996 Case released his debut single "Touch Me, Tease Me". The track featured Foxy Brown and Mary J. Blige and was an immediate hit, landing at No. 4 on the R&B chart and establishing Case as an artist in his own right. His self-titled debut album followed shortly after, earning praise from fans and critics and landing at No. 7 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. His next three albums all placed within the Top 5 on that chart, producing a string of hit singles that included "Happily Ever After" and "Missing You". With the release of his fifth studio album Heaven's Door generating buzz in 2014, Case has ticket buyers eagerly awaiting the chance to catch him on tour.