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John Hiatt and the Combo concert is a thrilling musical extravaganza that is gaining additional hype with each passing day. John Hiatt is one of the best singers and songwriters with an amazingly versatile backup band, The Combo. The pop rock artist is famous for receiving a range of distinctions in the music arena. In the year 2000, Hiatt has won a Songwriter/Artist of the Year Award by the Nashville Music Awards. Not only this, the Americana Music Association has also recognized his work by honoring him with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting in 2008. Hiatt is also one of those notable singers and songwriters who have been nominated for several Grammy Awards.
Hiatt was working as a songwriter at Tree International when his song, Sure As I'm Sittin’ Here became a Top 40 hit single. This marked the beginning of his successful music journey that also won him a recording deal with the Epic Records. To date, Hiatt has released twenty one studio albums, one live album and two compilation albums. His songs have been covered by numerous artists such as Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Willy DeVille, Bonnie Raitt, The Searchers, Ry Cooder, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, B.B. King, Joe Bonamassa, Three Dog Night and a dozen others.
In 1987, Hiatt released his eighth studio album, Bring the Family which was his first album to reach the Billboard 200 chart. Some of the famous singles of the album include Memphis in the Meantime, Have a Little Faith in Me, Thing Called Love and Alone in the Dark. The song, Have a Little Faith in Me, has been covered by various artists such as Mandy Moore, Joe Cocker, Bon Jovi, Jewel and Bill Frisell. Also, Bonnie Raitt’s version of the single, Thing Called Love has reached number eleven on the U.S. charts in 1989.
After the successful release of the album, Bring the Family, Hiatt had nine back to back albums charted on the Billboard 200 chart. Released in August 1988 through the A&M Records, Slow Turning is John's ninth studio album whose title song has landed at number eight on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The song, Angel Eyes is also one of Hiatt’s successful songs that peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and remained there for twenty two weeks. Also, the song became to be known as the seventieth best-selling single of 1989.
Hiatt and his band strikes the right balance by blending quiet moments of beauty, funny lyrics and catchy tunes to mesmerize the people in attendance. Hiatt displays humility and gratefulness to folks who take the time and spend money to catch him live in a concert. Also, he always comes out of the bus after the show to meet and greet his avid fans. People who have attended John Hiatt and the Combo concert for the first time have not returned disappointed. John Hiatt and the Combo tickets could also make up for a perfect birthday celebration, so if there is a special event coming up in your family, this is the event for you.
The set list of John Hiatt and the Combo concert includes Thing Called Love, Feels Like Rain, Paper Thin, Drive South, Have a Little Faith in Me, Slow Turning, Memphis in the Meantime and Riding with the King, among others. It is interesting to be in the front row and being able to read his set list comprising of varied songs. The song, Down Around My Place is the most moving piece ever that would inevitably dampen your eyes. Moreover, Doug Lancio's guitar solo for the encore of Riding with the King would simply knock your socks off. The play list is amazing and the energy level is just over-the-top, so do not forget to book your share of the John Hiatt and the Combo tickets or you will miss out a great deal.