Skip to main content
Anaheim, CA
READY FOR A STAY LIKE YOU'VE NEVER HAD BEFORE?
BOOK DIRECT BENEFITS
  •  3 free rewards (laasie.ai)
  •  Free upgraded internet speed
  •  Best Rate Guarantee
*If you find a lower rate on a third party booking site for the Desert Palms Hotel please contact us directly for a price match after booking your reservation with us online. Dates and room type must match reservation booked, Reservations agent must be able to see rate on competing site's page in order to price match.
3 FREE REWARDS: HOW DOES IT WORK?
  •  Book your room on our website
  •  Make your selections on the confirmation page
  •  Receive instructions from info@laasie.ai
Gifts and rewards fullfilled in partnership with LaaSie.AI
Select Your Dates
 
Reminder
By submitting this form, you consent to share your personal information with us to service your request and for communication purposes. We do not sell your data to third parties. If you are below 16 years of age, you are required to obtain prior permission from your legal guardian(s). If you wish to access or erase your personal information, you can do so by submitting your details here
  • Cancel
19 - Jul
'
(Nearby Event: Concerts & Music)
Where:Hyatt Newport Beach, 1107 Jamboree Rd, Newport Beach, California, United States, 92660
R&B Artists Patti Austin & Steve Tyrell in Concert

Patti Austin made her debut at the Apollo Theater at age four and had a contract with RCA Records when she was only five. Quincy Jones and Dinah Washington have proclaimed themselves as her godparents. By the late 1960s, Austin was a prolific session musician and commercial jingle singer. During the 1980s, signed to Jones's Qwest Records, she began her most prolific hitmaking period. She charted twenty R&B songs between 1969 and 1991 and had success on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts, where she hit number one in 1981 with "Do You Love Me?" and "The Genie." The album containing that hit, Every Home Should Have One, also produced her biggest mainstream hit. "Baby, Come To Me," a duet with James Ingram, initially peaked at No. 73 on the Hot 100 in early 1982. After being featured as the love theme in a prominent storyline on the soap opera General Hospital, the song re-entered the pop chart in October of that year and went to number one in February 1983. The single was certified Gold by the RIAA. She would later team up again with Ingram for "How Do You Keep The Music Playing." Grammy Award-winning producer and vocalist Steve Tyrell is the definition of a renaissance man. In his nearly five decades in the music business, he has achieved success as a singer, songwriter, producer, music supervisor, and most recently, radio host. See both of these artists in concert at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach.
Back to top