Alfred Nevarez & All-4-One to Take Part in This Summer’s ‘I Love the ’90s’ Package Tour

Alfred Nevarez is ready to help you wax nostalgic…

The 48-year-old Latino R&B singer and his Grammy-winning All-4-One group mates are set to take part in the I Love the ’90s package tour this summer.


The group is best known for their hit singles “I Swear” and “I Can Love You Like That.”

Headlined by Vanilla Ice, the tour is produced by Universal Attractions Agency.

The event will host a revolving lineup of ’90s hit makers including Rob Base, Kid ‘n Play, Naughty By Nature, Coolio, Young MC, All-4-One, C+C Music Factory feat. Freedom Williams, Tone Loc, Sir Mix-A-lot and Tag Team.

“Ice is back, and so is The I Love the 90’s Tour,” Vanilla Ice said in a release. “We’re gonna be hitting your town LIVE and IN PERSON this summer, so you better get in where you fit in and get back to the ’90s where the party never stopped!”

The tour will kick off on August 12 at Four Winds Field in South Bend, Ind., and run through an additional seven cities including Cincinnati, San Diego and Los Angeles. Current dates are scheduled through November 27, where the tour closes out at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh.

Co-owner of UAA and co-creator of the tour Jeff Allen said he expects more dates will be announced for 2021 and 2022.

“Fans need this. It has been a hell of a time with everything that has been thrown at people in 2020. People need a good old party like they did in high school,” said Jeff Epstein, co-owner of UAA and the other co-creator of the tour, in a release. “As a company we are excited to get back to work and book shows again, but more than anything we are thrilled to see how ready people are to get back out there and see shows like The I Love the 90’s Tour.”

All shows go on sale here starting Friday. Here’s the full list of dates:

Thu 8/12/21 South Bend, IN @ Four Winds Field
Fri 8/13/21 Toledo, OH @ Promenade Park
Sat 8/14/21 Youngstown, OH @ The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre
Wed 8/18/21 Springfield, IL @ Illinois State Fair
Sat 8/21/21 Cincinnati, OH @ Cincinnati Reds Game – Great American Ball Park
Sat 9/18/21 San Diego, CA @ Beats at The Beach – Belmont Park (*Headlined by Naughty By Nature)
Sat 9/25/21 Los Angeles, CA @ Microsoft Theatre
Sat 11/27/21 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rivers Casino

Angel Starring in The Sundance Channel’s “Push Girls”

She’s the first hip-hop wheelchair singer and dancer… And next month, the oh-so-inspirational Auti Angel will be adding reality television star to her resume.

The Latina multi-hyphenate will be starring in the Sundance Channel’s new original non-fiction series Push Girls, which offers an uncensored look at what it means to be sexy, ambitious and living with paralysis in Hollywood.

Auti Angel

“It’s an honor to have such a platform of this magnitude that we can reach out to so many people and change the stereotypes, the way people think,” says the San Diego-born Angel in a recent interview with The ONE Campaign.

Angel who was raised in Torrance, California, left home at the age of 18 to launch a professional dancing career. She would go on to perform with several renowned hip-hop artists like N.W.A. and Kid ‘n Play, and even branch out into choreography and music.

Auti Angel & Ludacris

“I was J.Lo before J.Lo,” Auti told Disaboom. “I danced with LL Cool J. I went on tour with rap artists and I was about to sign a record deal as part of an all-Latin female hip-hop group. Then, the tragic car accident happened, severing my spinal cord and leaving me wheelchair bound. That was May 3, 1992, a day I will never forget. The record company wasn’t willing to wait, but I told them, ‘I’m still me!’ The group tried to replace me, but they couldn’t and fell apart. I was saddened they didn’t move forward because they still needed to follow their dreams.”

After a difficult seven years that included the tragic loss of her mother to cancer, depression, drug abuse and jail time, Angel rededicated her life to God and began the process of rebuilding her life. She returned to dancing, becoming the first hip-hop dancer to continue her professional career in a wheelchair. She started a hip-hop wheelchair dance group, Colours ‘n’ Motion. In 2003, she performed in Ludacris’ hit video “Stand Up,” and then reprised her work by choreographing a piece, that included her dance partner, for a performance with Ludacris on the Vibe Music Awards.

Along with dancing, Angel is pursuing careers in music and acting. She and her husband of four years, producer/DJ Eric “Stretch Boogie” Rivera, are working on an album together. And, she co-starred in Susan Seidelman’s film Musical Chairs.

But Angel isn’t just pursuing her Hollywood dreams… She established her own mentor-based program, Save a Soul Foundation, to help at-risk youth and young adults by using performing arts as a tool.

“It’s a grassroots mentor-based program for at risk youth. My ultimate goal is to have a youth center that will provide resources, tutoring, while teaching different trades that will apply to their goals in life. It will include at risk kids who are able-bodied and disabled,” said Angel. “Save a Soul grew out of my own experience when I was asked to speak at the Los Angeles Central Juvenile Center. It seemed to set them free to hear me and hear my story. I was moved to reach out to our at risk youth. I could hear God’s voice saying, ‘Save A Soul. Once you save one soul, that soul saves another soul, so it repeats itself.'”

And now you’ll have the chance to witness Angel’s inspirational journey on The Sundance Channel’s Push Girls, which premieres on Monday, June 4 at 10:00 pm ET.