If felt like the entire city came out to the Eagle Event Center on Saturday night at R&B star Lyfe Jennings delivered an incredible show in front of a packed house! Everyone was looking good and enjoying a great night of R&B music and we're so happy that our friends at Bailey Music Group were able to bring this great experience to East Texas!

Lyfe jumped on stage and immediately went to work but he challenged the crowd to match his energy because when he first came out, you can tell the crowd wasn't quite ready. But he soon grabbed their attention as he launched off into some of his biggest hits including "Hypothetically", "Stick Up Kid" and "S.E.X." and he gave some good game to the ladies in attendance.


Cory Espie and DJ KC held it down and kept the audience entertained along with some of the best artists in East Texas but overall the night was an incredible one, one the city wont soon forget and it was our pleasure to bring this incredible show to you along with Bailey Music Group and True Virtue Media, so don't miss the NEXT BIG SHOW that's coming soon and keep it locked to The All New Kiss FM and your Kiss app for details!


In case you missed the show, here's a quick video recap of the show that you can find our IGTV channel when you follow us on Instagram at 107kissfmtx.


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