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Luther Vandross: The Greatest Madison Square Garden show of the 90’s

The voting continues at to determine The Greatest Madison Square Garden Show with the 1990’s. Over the last two weeks, you’ve had your chance to cast your votes for the favorite shows of the 70’s and 80’s, well now we want to hear what you thought about shows that took place in the 1990’s

The R&B powerhouse, Luther Vandross, sang his heart-tugging hits for four nights at Madison Square Garden, October 2, 3, 5 and 6, 1991. Vandross played five more shows at MSG before his 2005 death. To vote for Luther Vandross, or any of the artists in this feature, go to

The final poll, shows of the 2000’s open Monday, November 23

Mariah Carey and Luther Vandross AdLibs from iVillage

In the name of true Valentine’s Day happiness, we decided to have a little fun with Mariah Carey and Luther Vandross’, “ Endless Love“, from Mariah’s The Ballads CD. Fill in the blanks and get as creative as you can! Play with a friend or by yourself, and see what funny new song lyrics you can come up with. Then, share your creations in the comments section.

Try it out at iVilage

The Ultimate Luther Vandross In Stores 8/22, Buy It Now!

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The Ultimate Luther Vandross – Special Edition (CONTAINS BONUS CD)
The Ultimate Luther Vandross is a career-spanning collection of 18 songs from Luther’s J Records and Epic records releases. The record includes all of Luther’s infamous hits, as well as the previously unreleased tracks, “Got You Home,” and “Shine” (produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis).
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The Ultimate Luther Vandross hits stores August 22nd!
The Ultimate Luther Vandross is the first complete career spanning collection, containing 18 songs from Luther’s J Records and Epic Records releases. The CD also includes two previously unreleasedcuts: “Shine” (produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis) and “Got You Home.”

The Ultimate Luther Vandross features all of Luther’s chart topping singles including “Dance With My Father,” “Here And Now” and “Endless Love,” Luther’s 1994 million-selling duet with Mariah Carey. The album also reprises such Vandross classics as “A House Is Not A Home,” “Wait For Love” and “Superstar/Until You Come Back To Me” alongside key album cuts such as Luther’s 2003 duet with Beyonce, the cover of the Roberta Flack/Donny Hathaway classic “The Closer I Get To You,” “Buy Me A Rose” and “Think About You,” all taken from Luther’s last studio album.