Johnny Winter Tickets
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|Johnny Winter All Star Band|| Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
Wilkes Barre, PA
|Johnny Winter All Star Band|| The Ridgefield Playhouse
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Johnny Winter is a blues guitarist who needs no introduction. From a very young age he had gathered the attention of blues fans. Before his 15th birthday, Johnny had formed his own band along with his younger brother. They regularly performed at small clubs in Beaumont and made a name for themselves. If you are a fan of Johnny, then this is the time for you to get hold of your Johnny Winter tickets and enjoy a fabulous show.
The late 50s and early 60s was a time ravaged by racial tensions. Despite the non-stop violence and riots, Johnny Winter would fearlessly play at neighborhoods with African-American communities. He never felt unwelcome and in most clubs, people would welcome his as a breath of fresh air amid all the chaos. He believed even at such a tender age that music could be the bridge to close the gap of such divides created by racism.
Clarence Garlow was a local radio station deejay and he first heard the talented Johnny Winter when he was performing at small Beaumont club. In less than a week, the talented young man was on the local airwaves. His music was sensational. His sincerity grew on people and made hoards of listeners flock to local clubs just to catch a glimpse of one man willing to change everything with his music. It was during one such performance at a small club called Raven that Johnny Winter was approached by none other than B. B. King himself. The story is, that B. B. King agreed to give John his own guitar and once he finished, the whole club gave him a standing ovation. Johnny Winter never looked back from that day onwards. Although he gave B. B. King his guitar back, he never knew that one day he would be just as big a star as him.
It was after a few years that Johnny scored his first big break. He was called in by legendary writers Larry Sepulvado and John Burks, song writers for Rolling Stone. They set in motion a war between record companies who were competing to make sure Johnny signed a contract with them. It was this big break that launched Johnny to stardom. By 1969, John Winter was a household name. All across the country, his music was sought after. His albums sold in millions and the air waves loved him.
Big names in the industry started collaborating with Johnny Winter. He was already a big name; his fame grew and he went from strength to strength. He was regularly seen performing with big names like Muddy Waters and B. B. King. His albums kept hitting the shelves and fans continued to flock to concerts where he was performing. From Columbia Records, John shifted to Alligator Records in the mid 80s. With them he released his infamous album, “Guitar Slinger.” It would later become one of his most treasured works and highest selling blues album. Throughout his rise in the music industry Johnny never forgot where he came from. His roots were as important to him as was his music.
Johnny continues performing worldwide and festivals are made brighter just by his stage presence. His signature guitars are prized possessions and are very significant collectors’ pieces. He never lets his stardom get to him either, he is regularly seen making guest appearances on shows of new and upcoming talents. Famous events like the Chicago Blues Festival, the Swedish Rock Fest and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival are headlined by him and his demeanor shows that he is a down to earth star. His Grammy Awards and other accolades are proof of the enormous talent possessed by this sensational artist. You can now book your Johnny Winter tickets that are in great demand and experience a music concert like never before.
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