Brian McKnight to Perform on Keith Sweat's R&B Live Concert Series Tomorrow

LOS ANGELES, June 25, 2020 – Tomorrow, June 26, R&B legend Brian McKnight will give a special remote performance for fans as part of the “Keith Sweat Presents the iHeartRadio R&B Live Concert Series.”  Fans can tune in at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on more than 60 affiliates of Sweat’s Premiere-Networks syndicated national radio show The Sweat Hotel, which is also available on the show’s iHeartRadio Channel, and   


Sweat, iHeartRadio, Teddy Riley and Omnis joined forces to launch “Keith Sweat Presents the iHeartRadio R&B Live Concert Series” in recognition of Black Music Month.  Since debuting in May, millions of fans have tuned in for performances by the genre’s most iconic artists including 112, Pretty Ricky, Bobby V., Lloyd, NEXT, Silk, Carl Thomas, Dave Hollister, Case, Tank, Raheem DeVaughn and Musiq Soulchild


The Sweat Hotel is the #1 nationally-syndicated R&B nighttime radio show, which can be heard on more than 60 stations nationwide by nearly 3 million monthly listeners. Visit to find a local station or tune in to the show’s iHeartRadio channel here.  To download a photo of Keith Sweat, click here.



About Keith Sweat and The Sweat Hotel

Heard Sundays through Fridays from 7 p.m. to midnight in all time zones, in addition to iHeartRadio, Sweat brings his quiet storm of love talk and R&B slow jams to listeners nationwide as host of The Sweat Hotel.  Broadcasting live from Atlanta, he welcomes special guests and features in-studio musical performances, while also encouraging fans to call in with their confessions, apologies and dedications. Fans also connect with the program on social media and


Keith Sweat is considered one of the Godfathers of R&B. In November 1987, Sweat released his debut album, Make It Last Forever, and it skyrocketed towards the top of both R&B and pop charts to sell over three million copies. Over his career, the R&B icon he has released 13 solo albums with songs like “Nobody,” “Twisted” and “Freak Me” reaching the top of the Billboard charts. In 2007, Sweat began hosting his national radio show, The Sweat Hotel.  Today, he continues to tour and perform on stages across the U.S.  He recently completed two residencies at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino to rave reviews  Sweat is also the author of Make it Last Forever: The Dos and Don’ts in which he shares tools for couples to build and maintain strong, long-lasting relationships. For more information on Keith Sweat, visit


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