Crystal Bowersox Tickets
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Stoughton Opera House
Apr 25 2015
One World Theatre
Aug 1 2015
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Crystal’s tours are on the horizon and she will be performing in a number of venues near you very soon. Make sure you book or buy your Crystal Bowersox tickets on time before they run out and get ready for a soothing classical yet musically refreshing concert. With her raw and uninhibited voice, Bowersox has really taken her music to new heights and performed admirably.
Crystal’s musical career goes way back to when she was little. Like many self-made musicians, Crystal grew up in financially strained circumstances. Her family had to constantly struggle with money related problems and many other personal issues. At the tender age of 6, Crystal Bowersox was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Along with her personal health, she also had to deal with domestic violence. After her parent’s divorce and her father’s second marriage, the changes weren’t easy to deal with. She had to witness fights and arguments between her family members, as a result of which her father was sent to prison on account of domestic violence. Her problems weren’t easy to deal with, and in order to get away from the reality that was her life, she sought comfort in music.
Crystal Bowersox spent her early years learning how to play the guitar and the harmonica. She started performing at the age of 10 to help her family out by earning some extra money. Along with her brothers, she created a sibling band named “Oldinuph” and performed at various events in Ottawa County for most of her childhood years. Her love for music grew all through her school years and when she entered high school, her musical interest was in full bloom. Crystal decided to apply and got in the Toledo School for the Arts in Ohio. By this time, she had embarked on her journey as a song writer and had started compiling her own music. When things got unbearable at home, Crystal stayed only long enough to earn her graduation and then started out on the path to fulfill her dreams.
The beginning of her career started with small gigs and performances in local night clubs until she was provided with the opportunity to win American Idol. Crystal Bowersox made quite an impression during her time on the show and her son spurred her into motion. On a personal level, she sang for a better future for her family. Crystal got a spot in the 9th season of the show and ended up in the top-ten female finalists. She juggled her son, her diabetes and the show and managed to finish in 2nd place to Lee DeWyze.
Crystal made sure that her time on American Idol won’t be the end, rather the beginning of her career and rightly so. Her experience with American Idol helped her land a record deal with Jive records and she released her new album titled ‘The Farmer’s Daughter’. Her album also features a duet between her and her fellow musician/husband-to-be Brian Walker titled “Mason” which was named after Bowersox’s son as a tribute to their love. Bowersox takes inspiration from many strong voices in the industry such as Janis Joplin, Melissa Etheridge and Sista Otis, yet manages to create her own unique singing style. In addition to having toured with top artists, Crystal also participated along with Angel Taylor, Sara Bareilles and Vivi Brown in the 2010 Bosom Ball for Breast Cancer.
Bowersox has definitely earned her place in the music industry. Moreover, her concerts are proving to be a great source of musical entertainment for fans of many different genres, whether that be rock, soul, indie folk, gospel, blues, country or blues-rock. Don’t miss the opportunity, and definitely be on the lookout for when she’s performing in town and get your Crystal Bowersox tickets on time. If you enjoyed her performances on American Idol, then you’ll find her live performances incomparable.