Fans of more grown-up R&B — the kind that usually hinges on actual music and real soul as opposed to synthesized computer beats — are in for a treat Saturday at Toyota Center when the Budweiser Superfest returns. In its original incarnation, Superfest was an annual urban-music staple from the late '70s until the very early '90s; its renewed form, in an applause-worthy move, still focuses on quality R&B instead of the latest trends. Among the lineup highlights is Raheem DeVaughn, whose buttery voice graced numerous hooks on last year's excellent but sadly somewhat slept-on Ghostface Killah solo album, but the other young performers also boast timeless voices. Seniority goes to Anthony Hamilton, who raised eyebrows and melted... More >>>