For Sisters Only - Our 20th Anniversary Show

The Anthem
901 Wharf Street Southwest
Washington, DC 20024
United States

Event Description:

DMV, open your calendars and save the date... For Sisters Only is back, and we're celebrating our 20th anniversary with a special concert you won't want to miss. 

Join us Friday, November 1 at The Anthem in Southwest D.C.

This year’s event will feature the soulful and multi-talented Marsha Ambrosius, Lucky Daye, Luke James, Melanie Fiona, Teyana Taylor, and Ginuwine!


Metro By T-MobileWhitman Walker Health, Strayer UniversityEasterns Automotive Group and AmeriGroup are sponsors of FSO 2019. 

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The R&B heavy-hitter secured her spot in post-millennial contemporary R&B when she co-wrote Michael Jackson's "Butterflies" (2001). Since then she has effortlessly created her own brand of soul-rooted ballads and slow jams enhanced with yearning riffs and runs as a part of the group Floetry and later as a solo artist. More at

FOLLOW@MARSHAAMBROSIUS on Instagram | @MARSHAAMBROSIUS on Twitter | /marsha.ambrosius.94 on Facebook. 



Courtesy of Lucky Daye

Lucky, who was born and raised in New Orleans, learned melodies by singing Bible verses and Dr. Seuss rhymes. He moved to Los Angeles, where he met producer D’Mile and created the album “Painted,” which describes his life experiences. Lucky’s single “Roll Some Mo” has more than 1.6 million views on YouTube. He is focused on making an impact and becoming R&B’s next rising star. 

FOLLOW: @IAMLUCKYDAYE on Instagram | @IAMLUCKYDAYE on Twitter | /IAmLuckyDaye1 on Facebook. 



Luke James is no stranger to R&B. He skillfully intertwines soul, funk influences to reintroduce the genre to a new generation. The two-time Grammy-nominated singer, actor and songwriter is also known for his roles in the Fox Drama STAR, BET’s New Edition Story, and Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac & Notorious B.I.G. Read more at

FOLLOW: @WOLFJAMES on Instagram | @WHOISLUKEJAMES on Twitter  | /whoislukejames on Facebook


Teyana Taylor can do it all. The producer, songwriter, actor and director signed her first deal with Pharrell and never looked back. She has experience choreographing videos for Beyonce and Jay-Z and became the first woman signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music. After she dropped the album “VII,” it appeared at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart in 2014. Taylor appeared in the video for West’s “Fade” and won an MTV Moonman for “Best Choreography” at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. She used an all-female production company to self-direct videos for singles on her “K.T.S.E” album, released in 2018. 

FOLLOW: @teyanataylor on Instagram | @teyanataylor on Twitter | /teyanataylor on Facebook


Melanie Fiona has become known for her voice, tone and storytelling ability. The Toronto, Canada native had her debut album “The Bridge” recognized as one of the best R&B albums by The New York Times, and the single “It Kills Me” sat atop Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop chart for nine weeks. Fiona’s second album, “The MF Life,” similarly reached the top spot of the same chart. Fiona has gone on tour with Kanye West, Alicia Keys and Mary J Blige and is working on a third album. 

FOLLOW: @MelanieFiona on Instagram | @MelanieFiona on Twitter | /MelanieFiona on Facebook


The music of Michael Jackson and Prince inspired Ginuwine, who started performing locally before he was thrust into the spotlight. The D.C. native collaborated with Timbaland on the “Pony” hit, which led to a contract with Sony. His first album, “Ginuwine...The Bachelor” reached double-platinum status, and his second album “100% Ginuwine” boasted similar success. He released “A Man’s Thoughts” in 2009, and the album quickly reached the top of the charts. Ginuwine more recently collaborated with Tyrese and Tank on the album “Three Kings,” which debuted in 2013. 

FOLLOW: @Ginuwine on Instagram | @Ginuwine on Twitter | /GinuwineOfficial on Facebook