Dianne Reeves Tickets
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Gregory Porter & Dianne Reeves tickets at Segerstrom Center For The Arts - Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall,Costa Mesa,CA on 1/16 8:00PM
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Dianne Reeves tickets at Fox Theatre - Tucson,Tucson,AZ on 1/18 7:00PM
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Dianne Reeves tickets at Chicago Symphony Center,Chicago,IL on 1/30 8:00PM
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Dianne Reeves tickets at Rose Theater at Lincoln Center,New York,NY on 2/14 8:00PM
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Dianne Reeves & Phil Perry tickets at Knight Concert Hall At The Adrienne Arsht Center,Miami,FL on 2/20 8:00PM
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Details of Dianne Reeves and the Ticket Luck value
Jazz has been rightly called America's classical music. Along with the blues, jazz is one of the first truly indigenous forms of music to be developed in the country. Throughout history there have many great jazz musicians and singers. Among them one female artist has stood out since the late 80s and is still going strong. One of the classiest jazz singers of our times, Dianne Reeves needs no introduction. Two generations have passed since jazz stars received patrician titles, otherwise Dianne Reeves would have held the title of The Queen. She is a jazz royalty and a performer that personifies music's sustaining values of elegance and class. Besides she possesses a majestic voice and stage presence. If you have not seen a performance of hers, then hurry up and buy the Dianne Reeves tickets.
Dianne Reeves was born in Detroit, Michigan on the 23rd of October 1956. Her father died when she was just only two years old. Dianne and her family moved to Denver, Colorado, where she and her sister were raised by their mother. As a child Dianne showed interest in singing. This was not surprising her family too had strong music roots. Her father was a singer and mother, Valda Swanson, a trumpet player. But her jazz roots ran deeper.
Her uncle, Charles Burrell was a bass player for the Denver Symphony Orchestra and it was he who introduced Dianne to jazz musicians and singers like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday. Dianne Reeves was most impressed by Sarah Vaughan. As Dianne grew, her singing abilities developed further. She even studied music at the University of Colorado and she was mentored by the pioneer of the flugelhorn, Clark Terry.
Dianne Reeves first hit the road with Brazilian bandleader and pianist, Sergio Mendes in the early 80s. It did not take much time for Dianne to gain the attention of the “King of Calypso”, Harry Belafonte. She gained further popularity through her collaboration with keyboard player, Billy Childs. Since her arrival in the jazz music scene, Dianne Reeves has won four Grammy Awards for her Jazz albums. She is the only singer to have won three consecutive Grammys. She even had the honor of singing at the closing ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games that were held in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dianne Reeves is gifted with a beautiful voice having a vast range. Her taste of music is impeccable and her musical instincts have gracefully soared over a long career of jazz. Her music is far too classy to be overlooked. So do not miss the opportunity to watch her live and buy Dianne Reeves tickets as soon as possible.
Dianne Reeves, is a master translator of lyrics and a very good scat singer. Fellow jazz musicians have praised her for how she manages to glide effortlessly through the different key changes in some of her songs. Many consider her singing as subtle music for grownups. During recent years, Dianne Reeves has contributed her talents in films as well. She was rewarded with another Grammy for the soundtrack she provided for George Clooney's 2005 film Good Night, and Good Luck, in which she also made an on screen appearance. Critics said that her smooth crushed vocals established the film's period feel. Dianne Reeves reigns supreme, uncontested in her music. She is a regal figure in the history of jazz music. So be sure to look for Dianne Reeves tickets and witness the jazz royalty of our time, at her best.