The Foreign Exchange's Love In Flying Colors Tour visited the Constellation Room at The Observatory in Santa Ana CA and Eye Recap Photography was there to document the proceedings.
Photos of The Foreign Exchange's first ever show in San Diego CA, courtesy of Chris Brake.
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Love In Flying Colors European Tour: The Foreign Exchange performing live in Amsterdam NL on Saturday October 4 2014 at People's Place. Doors at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:30pm. Tickets on sale now!
Saturday, October 4, 2014 at 7:30 PMPeople's Place, Stadhouderskade 5/6, 1054 ES, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) | +31 20 589 54 67
The Foreign Exchange perform their song Right After Midnight live in the Gibson Showroom at Fox 5 TV in Las Vegas.
Source: Fox 5 Las Vegas
The punch line? They go on to make progressive, polished and envelope-pushing soul and R&B. A decade, four albums and a Grammy nod later, the Foreign Exchange has gone from a hip-hop side project to a full-fledged band and record label. And their music has taken them all over the globe--everywhere except Las Vegas. On the road again in support of their highly praised Love in Flying Colors, the group is ready to spread their gospel to Sin City with producer Nicolay spinning July 13 at Insert Coin(s), followed by a Foreign Exchange show at the venue July 14.
Continue reading R&B Duo the Foreign Exchange Aims for the Soul (via Vegas Seven)
A great set of photographs taken at The Foreign Exchange's Love In Flying Colors Tour stop at Tipitina's in New Orleans, courtesy of Infinite Ink.
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LIVE DJ event with Nicolay
Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 8:00 PMInsert Coins, 512 Fremont St, Las Vegas NV 89101 | (702) 477-2525
Backed by keyboardist Zo! and percussionist Boogie, Phonte, never short for words, lays down some quick ground rules. He then proceeds to interpret lyrics to meld three stripped-down highlights from their latest LP, including one of our top sleepers from last year.
Enjoy this Tiny Desk Concert that also serves as a church sermon and stand-up act"
(by Bobby Carter for NPR)
Nappy DJ Needles and Black Spade further wound the crowd up with a danceable mix of soul and hip-hop, highlighted by selections from Lauryn Hill that encouraged half the crowd to sing along. The already sweat drenched masses compacted further as Corey Black treated the crowd to a couple of poems inspired by the headliners' albums "Love In Flying Colors" and "Connected," and at long last introduced the Foreign Exchange.
Continue reading The Foreign Exchange rates high to a packed house at Plush
Friday night, Fitzgerald's felt cool, in all senses of the word. The atmosphere was rich enough for twenty- and thirtysomethings to have some equal footing in terms of loving and appreciating music. Nobody looked as if they had a stress to worry about or a care to harp on. That's probably because Phonte, front man of The Foreign Exchange, told us all to leave that shit at the door.