An Evening with The Pointer Sisters at B.B. King's Blues Club and Grille, 237 West 42nd Street, New York, NY Get your tickets HERE!
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8/15/17: Ruth recently took part in this podcast to discuss the group's upcoming MN State Fair shows, her book, Prince & more!
In Celebration of Girl Group Week at Billboard.com, Billboard has put together their list of the Top 10 biggest girl groups of all time, so here is a list of the top five.
As The Pointer Sisters' show at Twin River Casino in Lincoln, RI approaches, Ruth chats with WPRI.
Palm Springs: The Pointer Sisters were honored to perform at the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards. Pictured below with Lance Bass and Barry Manilow. (Group photo and photo with Barry Manilow, by David A. Lee Photography).
The one year anniversary of Ruth's book release is February 1, 2017. Ruth discussed her career and life in this in-depth interview.
"Still So Excited! My Life As A Pointer Sister" (Triumph Books)
Laughlin Entertainer: Ruth talks about "I'm So Excited", the many variety shows the group appeared on and more!
Billboard: 12/13/16 By Natalie Weiner. While The Pointer Sisters took home Best Country & Western Vocal Performance by a duo or group for "Fairytale", Charles never won a country Grammy.
Ruth spoke with Amy Maginnis-Honey at the Daily Republic leading up to the group's Nov. 5th show!
Ruth Pointer granted a lengthy interview recently to promote the group's Nov. 5th show at Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre.
10/13/16: Ruth appeared on Ozarks Live! to promote the group's show at Hammons Hall and to talk about "Still So Excited! My Life as a Pointer Sister".
One of the most highly anticipated museums of the past decade, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is opening on September 24th on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Curated with equal parts celebration and somber reflection, the establishment chronicles the richness and diversity of the African American experience and how it helped shape this nation.
The museum's permanent collection includes a wide range of exhibits and installations, including everything from replicas of cabins inhabited by slaves to the iconic outfits worn by famous black change-makers. The museum also features African American achievements in music, with such items on display as Michael Jackson's fedora from the Victory tour, a dress worn by Whitney Houston and Prince's tambourine.
We are pleased to announce that among the many iconic artists featured as part of the exhibit, The Pointer Sisters are honored and excited to be included in the museum. If you visit, you'll see a photograph of the group pictured in 1975 holding their first Grammy Award!
More than 150,000 people are expected to attend the museum's official grand opening ceremonies. President Barack Obama will be the keynote speaker.
UPDATE: Big brother Fritz Pointer proudly poses with the exhibit featuring his younger sisters, which highlights their Grammy win for their Country/Western hit "Fairytale", written by Anita Pointer and Bonnie Pointer.