We party with a purpose

We all have attended parties, but have you had the Sam Ford aka “Sam Mac” and Mike Taylor aka “Mike T.” experience? Known for sophistication and first-class events, this duo has not only set the standard for first-rate events but raised the bar. What they contribute to this industry is more than bringing people together for some good food and music, but there’s an undeniable passion and strategy behind the planning that has kept them successful in this arena for more than 20 years. 


Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and other notables will be in attendance that night. And in true Sam Mac Entertainment fashion, expect an exclusive lounge area for VIP guests, national recording artists, and some of our city’s best local talent.


There is a purpose behind every party, whether it be recognizing community leaders and Black entrepreneurs and businesses or providing a portion of the event’s proceeds to a social cause. This year marks 22 years for the “Sam Mac All White Event,” which is the longest-running event on the Sam Mac Entertainment portfolio. Hosted on September 3rd, a portion of the proceeds will serve those directly affected by the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, TX.


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6:00 pm Doors Open

DJ Walter D

The City Band

8:00 pm

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The C.I.T.Y. is a band in Houston, Texas. Their group is vibrant and energetic. Their motto is “we don’t perform, we party.” 
This group of talented songwriters, composers, is made up of male vocals, guitar, saxophone, keyboard and piano, drums and bass guitar. Together they play a mashup of funk, soul, rhythmy, blues and other genres.


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Hosted Comedian

9:00 pm

Introducing New R&B Artist

J. Howell

10:00 pm

Howard Hewett

National recording artist Howard Hewett Jr. is an American singer–songwriter. He met up with Watley and Daniel and the trio called themselves Shalamar. They made hits songs such as "Second Time Around", "Make That Move", "A Night to Remember", "Dancing in the Sheets" and the ballad "This Is for the Lover in You". Hewett was the group's lead singer.

Hewett went on to a successful solo career. His first solo album I Commit to Love, a solid urban album that yielded two top 10 R&B hits, "I’m for Real" (R&B number 2) and "Stay" (R&B number 8).

His second album Forever and Ever, which featured the hits "Strange Relationship" (R&B number 9, and "Once, Twice, Three Times" (R&B number 15).

In 1990, Hewett released his self-titled album, which included the hit "Show Me" (R&B number 2), and "If I Could Only Have That Day Back".

9:20 pm

Changing Faces

Changing Faces is an American female R&B duo that was introduced in. First two singles—"Stroke You Up" and "Foolin' Around"—were written and produced by R. Kelly. The two singles reached the R&B Top Ten, with "Stroke You Up" peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.



10:45 pm

Lil G
of R&B Group Silk

Gary "Lil G" Jenkins is an American musician. Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the lead singer of the R&B group Silk. Silk is best known for their hit singles, "Freak Me", and "Happy Days" from their debut album, Lose Control. Another hit from Lose Control, "Girl U For Me", helped the album reach double platinum status. They later had success with singles such as "I Can Go Deep", "Hooked on You", "Don't Rush", "If You" "Meeting in My Bedroom", and "We're Calling You". Silk won Album Of The Year for Lose Control at the Soul Train Music Awards.

With unresolved dissension among the group members, Gary resigned from the group. Over the following 18 months, Gary wrote, recorded and produced (with live instruments) his first independent solo project, The Other Side.



11:45 pm


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