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R&B Rewind Love & Laughter Edition
ft. Shanice Wilson & Flex Alexander

June 29

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Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music Lounge and Lyn Brown Group & J Allen Productions are proud to present R&B Rewind Love & Laughter Edition with two incredible shows featuring Shanice Wilson & Flex Alexander.

Hosted by Patty Jackson from WDAS FM
Special menu prepared by Chef Milly for this event.

Saturday June 29th 2024
2 Shows
1st Show 6pm
2nd Show 9:30 pm
The first show doors open at 5 pm, showtime at 6 pm till 7 pm
The second show doors open at 8.30 pm, showtime 9.30 till 10.30

Floor Seating $70 | Bar Seating $70 | VIP Seating $85 | Meet & Greet Additional $25

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Shanice Wilson

Shanice Wilson has been singing since she was only 7 months old and throughout the years she just kept getting better and better. At the age of 8, she was picked to sing in a Kentucky Fried Chicken Commercial with the legendary Ella Fitzgeraldand and was also a first prize winner on the talent tv show, Star Search (1983). By the time Shanice was 11 years old, she had signed her first recording contract with A&M Records and released her debut album “Discovery” in 1987 at 14. While Shanice got a lot of exposure from her first two singles “(Baby Tell Me) Can You Dance” and “No 1/2 Steppin'”, it was her smash hit single “I Love Your Smile” off her 1991 “Inner Child” album (released on Motown Records) that brought her international fame. “I Love Your Smile” topped the Billboard R&B charts at #1 while it also peaked at #2 on the Billboard Pop charts. In 1995, Shanice was cast in the role of Eponine in the musical Les Miserables and also made a cameo appearance in the movie Panther. Four years later, Shanice released her fourth album and broke a Billboard record when her single “When I Close My Eyes” made a tremendous jump on the Billboard Hot 100 in one week from #91 to #16. In February of 2000, Shanice married actor/comedian Flex Alexander.

Shanice Video:

Flex Alexander

Alexander’s first television role was on the short-lived 1993 ABC sitcom Where I Live, starring Doug E. Doug. Despite being critically acclaimed, the series was canceled that same year. Alexander then guest starred on episodes of Sister, Sister and The Cosby Mysteriesbefore moving to Los Angeles in 1995 to concentrate on acting.[2] In 1996, he landed a starring role on another short-lived sitcom Homeboys in Outer Space. The series was critically panned and canceled the following year.[3][4] Later that year, Alexander co-starred in yet another short-lived series, the Steven Bochco-created Total Security. Following Total Security’s run, Alexander guest starred on Brooklyn South and The Parkers, and also had roles in several films including the 1998 direct-to-video release Backroom Bodega Boyzand She’s All That (1999).[5]

From 2000 to 2001, Alexander appeared as Maya Wilkes’ husband Darnell during the first season of the UPN sitcom Girlfriends. He left Girlfriends to star as single father Flexter Alexander “Flex” Barnes Washington on the UPN sitcom One on One, a series he created and produced.[6] For his role on the series, Alexander was nominated for three NAACP Image Awards and two BET Comedy Awards. In 2004, he portrayed Michael Jackson in the VH1 television biopic Man In The Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story,[7] which garnered him another NAACP Image Award nomination. He refused to play Jackson with prosthetics, but did mimique his voice, copied mannerisms and had a makeup job done to lighten his skin tone. He also refused to “cast judgement” over the singer’s legal troubles of the time and said “we should pray for him”.[8] Alexander returned to One on One for two more seasons, however, during the last season, his character was written out and reduced to a recurring role when the show’s premise was rebooted.[9]

Following the end of One On One, Alexander had roles in the 2006 film Snakes on a Plane, opposite Samuel L. Jackson, and the 2007 horror film The Hills Have Eyes 2. He also had a role in Clement Virgo’s Poor Boy’s Game, with Danny Glover. Alexander’s most recent role was in a 2007 episode of CSI: Miami.[5] Flex and his wife, Shanice, will have their own reality show Flex & Shanice premiering November 1, 2014, on OWN.

In 2022, Flex was cast as “Pookie” in the stage adaptation of New Jack City: Live on Stage, written, produced and directed by urban playwright and film producer Je’Caryous Johnson. The production is currently on tour in nine cities.

Flex Alexander Comedy Clip:

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June 29


Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music


Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music
709 Warwick Road
Hi-Nella, NJ 08083 United States
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All ticket sales are final and are not refundable. Tickets at the door are cash only. During late night club hours there are very limited seating to make up the dance floor . The only guaranteed seats are reserved or VIP seating.

  • All guests must purchase a minimum of one drink and one appetizer or entree; side dishes and desserts do not qualify as a minimum food purchase.
  • A 20% gratuity will be added to all tables.

Our goal is to create an atmosphere of unmistakable elegance. We ask our guests to choose attire that is appropriate for our restaurant. If in doubt, think evening wear or business casual.

Dress Code:  Our goal is to create an atmosphere of unmistakable elegance. We ask our guests to choose attire that is appropriate for our establishment. Think evening wear or business casual.

Thank you for not wearing sweatsuits/sweatpants, hoodies, tank tops, work boots, exposed undergarments, excessively revealing clothing, and baseball caps.


    • Group parties will be seated together if the tickets are purchased in one order. You must purchase tickets in advance on our website. The ticket serves as your reservation. For late-night events: First, come first, seated unless you reserve a table or get VIP bottle service.
  • We offer a discount on group tickets purchased in advance. We do not offer this discount at the door.
  • 10 to 20 tickets = 10%
  • 21 to 30 tickets = 15%
  • 31 and up tickets = 20%
  • You may bring a cake for special occasions. There is a $2 per slice cake-cutting fee.
  • All guests must purchase a minimum of one drink and one appetizer or entree; side dishes do not qualify as a food purchase.
  • A 20% gratuity will be added to all tables.

Please complete our event booking request form if you need to contact our team before purchasing tickets.

Wednesday: 6 pm to 9 pm
Wednesday Happy Hour: 6 pm to 8 pm
Thursday: 6 pm to 9 pm
Friday: Open at 5 pm.
Friday Late Night: 9 pm til...
Saturday: 6 pm (show dependent)
Saturday Late Night: 9 pm til...
Sunday: 11 am to 9 pm
Sunday Happy Hour: 6 pm to 8 pm

Your ticket reserves a seat; you do not need a separate reservation. Seating selection is first-come, first-served, so come early to get a great seat. All seated guests must purchase at least one drink and one food selection. A 20% gratuity is added to all checks.

There is no reserved seating for late-night events unless you reserve a VIP section or a table.

All ticket sales are final and are not refundable. Tickets at the door are cash only.

Please review our dress code. No outside beverages are permitted, and beverages cannot be consumed outside of the building.

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