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John Hiatt and the Robert Cray Band will now be performing together in your town. Yes, both of these famous acts are now ready to enchant the audience in your city! Keeping in mind both the artists' vast experience in live performances, this upcoming show is likely to be a fantastic one. So what are you waiting for? Book your John Hiatt Combo Robert Cray Band tickets and avail the opportunity of seeing both legendary artists in a live show.
Having kicked off his career over thirty years ago with the release of his debut album, the sensational John Hiatt is one of the most influential singers-songwriters from the United States. Hailed by the LA Times as someone who "writes the funniest sad songs – and the saddest funny songs – of just about anybody alive", he has earned critical acclaim and commercial success in his career.
Many of his songs including tracks like, Thing Called Love, The We Make A Broken Heart and Angel Eyes have been covered by famous musicians like Bonnie Raitt, Rosanne Cash and Jeff Healey band. Other artists who have covered Hiatt's songs include, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Buddy Guy, Neville Brothers, Willie Nelson and Steve Earle. And this is just not it; one of his songs has even been featured in the Disney film, "The Country Bears".
From winning a Grammy Award for his famous album, "Crossing Muddy Waters" to sharing a Grammy Award with Eric Clapton and B.B King for their collaboration record, "Riding with the King", the artist has earned several accolades in his career. In 2007, the Hiatt was even awarded with a start on the "Nashville's Walk of Fame". Next year, he earned an Americana Music Association's Lifetime Achievement award and was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. He has also earned a lot of popularity for his rocking live shows where Hiatt, along with his backing band, The Combo, is known to enthrall the audience.
Performing along with John Hiatt is the equally talented and popular, Robert Cray. A five-time Grammy Award winning artist, he has sold millions of records all over the world and has been part of hundreds of sold out shows. Hailed by the Rolling Stones as "one of the greatest guitarists of his generation", this artist kicked off his career in 1980, with the release of the album, “Who's Been Talkin'”. Apart from the sensational Robert Cray himself, his band now consists of the brilliant Les Falconer on drums and Dover Weinberg as the keyboardist. Their rock-country-blues and rock fusion never fail to impress their fans.
Ever since their debut release, the band has recorded several chart topping albums and has performed with many famous artists like, Stevie Ray Vaughan, John Lee Jooker, and Eric Clapton. Some of the band's best albums have been, “Bad Influence”, “False Accusations”, “Don't be Afraid of the Dark”, “I Was Warned”, “Sweet Potato Pie” and “Shoulda Been Home”, all of which have been well-received by critics and fans. Robert Cray Band's most recent album, released in celebration of the bands' fortieth anniversary, also contains some barrier-breaking material. It is to promote this album that the band is now on the road for some great events.
The Robert Cray band has also earned a lot of acclaim for providing a mix of many genres. From passionate numbers like Love 2009, The Time to Forever Goodbye, to heart-wrenching tunes like, Trouble and Pain, Truce and the title track itself, trying to slot their music in one genre is almost impossible. Yes, not only is the band an expert in providing blues, Robert Cray and his band also provides an eclectic mix of rock, jazz and soul.
This time around, both John Hiatts and the Robert Cray band will now be laying their cards down and testing their talents in your town. Their dazzling voice and stage presence will surely get the crowd dancing. John Hiatt Combo Robert Cray Band tickets will allow you to be a part of all this entertainment.