Maze featuring Frankie Beverly has established a trust fund with music lovers worldwide. Fans know when they attend a Maze concert they will be treated to an evening of honest, raw soul music.
And that’s how it has been for more than 40 years. Nothing has changed. The band has stayed in its lane, continuing to do its thing, bringing quality music from the heart night after night.
It is the band members’ honesty and brilliant artistry that has allowed them to continue to headline at top concert venues across the globe. There are no gimmicks, no stage tricks in their shows. Just Beverly with his smooth, soulful vocals supported by the tight Maze band.
“They know what they are going to get with us," says Beverly of the group’s audiences. “They trust us as musicians. You’ve got to be a good live act. You’ve got to know how to entertain. It goes beyond having hit records. You have to know how to present the music on stage.”
Beverly notes, “Our honesty comes through. We don’t compromise on being honest with our music and being honest with our approach to our music. We are honest with our fans and I hate to use that word ‘fans’ because they are more than that to us. They are our family. They believe in us night after night year after year. And you can’t ever lose with your family’s support and love. And we recognize that and love them for loving us.”
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly arrived on the scene in 1977 with a string of hits including "Happy Feelings," "Lady of Magic," "While I’m Alone" and "Workin’ Together." And the soul classics continued with "Golden Time Of Day," "Southern Girl," "Joy and Pain," "We Are One," "Running Away," "Back In Stride," "Can’t Get Over You," "Silky Soul" and "The Morning After."