The Sweat Hotel

The Sweat Hotel

Check into The Sweat Hotel

Keith Sweat, legendary R&B singer, music producer and songwriter, can be heard five nights a week on Jammin’ 98.3

His show The Sweat Hotel, a quiet storm of R&B slow jams along with lots listener interaction.

A renowned performer, recording artist, producer and father of four, Keith Sweat has over two decades in the soul business. He is excited to join the line-up on Jammin’ 98.3.

Besides listeners’ calls and great slow jams, you can also expect to hear special guests and live in-studio musical performances. The Sweat Hotel airs Sunday-Thursday from 10pm-3am.

Call into The Sweat Hotel at 1-866-92-SWEAT (1-866-927-9328) or email Keith at info@thesweathotel.com.

You can also follow Keith @OGKeithSweat and on Facebook.

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