Howard University alum Eric Roberson may have carved out a career crafting tunes for other big R&B stars like 112 and Musiq Soulchild, but that doesn't mean he doesn't know how to flourish when the spotlight is squarely on him. While songs like his classic "Change for Me" and "Couldn't Hear Me Over the Music" have fans clamoring to snag his CDs, he really shines onstage with his band of highly polished musicians. The folks who pack into Takoma Station every Sunday night for Raheem Devaughn's jam sessions got rocked back in March when Roberson delivered a blistering performance. He's back in town this Sunday at Avenue. Showtime is 8 p.m. and the cover is $20. Roberson will also be joined by Malachi and Grammy Award winner Gordon Chambers, a songwriter who has penned hits for Anita Baker, Angie Stone and others.
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