Celebrating CrazySexyCool – The Influence of TLC Powers On

Simpsonville, SC – Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas of TLC took to the road this Fall on their 2021 ‘Celebration of CrazySexyCool’ National Tour. Joined by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, the 90’s themed evening included all the fashion, fan-interaction, and dancing you could imagine to drop you right back to 1994, twenty-seven years after the Diamond-certified album CrazySexyCool was released. 

The crowd packed the CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park and went wild for all things TLC, as the female powerhouse beautifully delivered number one hits, such as “Creep” and “Waterfalls”, with fire and zeal. The ladies charged through their plentiful setlist while the energy of the production lit up the stage. It was an evening of sizzle and sway, at the helm was the unstoppable force of faithful friends. 

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TLC has had quite the journey, with remarkable hills and devastating valleys, including the loss of their third member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, who died in a car crash in 2002. The group continues to have a lasting influence on music, fashion, and female empowerment. Tionne’s book “A Sick Life” chronicles her experience with sickle cell anemia – an inherited, chronic illness affecting the red blood cells. She is a proven warrior and advocate, bringing awareness and hope to an often misunderstood disease.

The embodiment of strength, TLC also reinforces the value of friendship, fans and family, while demonstrating that they are still a force to be reckoned with. If you didn’t get a chance to catch this awesome tour, watch for the two-hour documentary special, Biography: TLC. It is coming to A&E next year and will feature interviews with both T-Boz and Chilli.

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About Carrianne Stoker-Postier // Hailing from Cleveland, OH, Carrianne went on to enjoy many years in the mountains of Montana's Big Sky Country before relocating to the warmth and charm of South Carolina's Upstate. As a by-day master's level social worker and also as a visual arts creative, she appreciates the power of connection. Concert photography resonates with her deep love of music and zest for capturing the emotion of an experience. She freelances primarily in the Southeast US, although travels for projects. // You can find her around the Bon Secours Wellness Arena - Greenville, SC as a house photographer or on Instagram @CarrianneElizabeth and CarrianneElizabeth.com to learn more, view her portfolio, and contact her.