The O'jays Tickets
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The O'Jays tickets at Riverdome At Horseshoe Casino,Bossier City,LA on 12/27 8:00PM
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The O'Jays tickets at Winstar Casino,Thackerville,OK on 12/28 8:00PM
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On the 10th of November, 2013, the legendary R&B and soul band, The O’Jays is coming to Nashville for a performance at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The O’Jays tickets are now up for sale and are selling fast. This influential band was formed more than five decades back, and the original lineup included Eddie, Walter, William, Bill and Bobby. O’Jays initially found success with the release of their single Lonely Drifter, which got them their first chart success in 1963. However, the band reached their peak in 1972, when they were signed by Philadelphia International record company.
The O’Jays managed to release hits throughout the 60s. Among these are Stand in For Love, Look You’re your Shoulder, Lipstick Traces and I’ll Be Sweeter Tomorrow. They were mainly prominent on the R&B charts; however they never were really able to make it to US Top Forty list. Despite the fact that the band was successful in touring and were receiving a positive feedback, the members started considering quitting during the early 70s. Two of the band members left during the same time and The O’Jays became a trio.
The O’Jays trio signed a deal with Philadelphia International, and that would be the turn of fortune for the band. They released the album “Back Stabbers,” the lead single from which turned out to be their very first million-seller. The album also featured several other hits such as Love Train, Sunshine, 992 Arguments and Time to Get Down. The rest of the 70s passed by with the release of such smash hits as Put Your Hands Together, Give the People What They Want and Message in Our Music.
The O’Jays were struck by tragedy when their original band member William Powel died of cancer at the age of 35 in 1977. The band continued to record music after including Sammy Strain to their lineup, however they were unable to make it big. In 1978, the band released, what would be their 80s final Top Five hit song, Use ta Be My Girl. Several of their singles continued to land on R&B charts throughout the 80s. Their success continued to spread across the world. Four of their songs made it to the Top 20 in the UK.
The O’Jays released “Let Me Touch You” in 1987, which featured Lovin’ You, the number one R&B single. Throughout the late 80s and early 90s, the band continued to rule the R&B charts. The only album that followed was 2004’s “Imagination”. The band was included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. The inductees included the members Eddie, William, Bobby and Walter. However, later on as the controversies rose, Sammy was included in the list as well, making him among the very few artists who have been included into the hall of fame twice with two bands.
The O’Jays performed at ESPY Awards in 2006, which was hosted by Louis Armstrong. Their song For the Love of Money became the theme song of Donald Trump’s TV show The Apprentice. In June of 2009, the band was presented with BET’s Lifetime Achievement Award as well. They continue to perform live for the fans across the world; however their appearance has been limited as of late. Now the band is going to perform at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. Avail this opportunity to catch them live once again by booking The O’Jays tickets in advance.
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