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The Whispers with its classic tunes is coming to your city to entertain the music lovers and bring back some old memories. Get your hands on some cheap The Whispers tickets without delay.
Hailing from Los Angeles, The Whispers have a typical R&B style of doing music and are also a dance group. They have been offering some of the best hits since the 1960s for which they have won many awards including The Rhythm and Blues Foundation’s prestigious pioneer award in 2008. In 2003 they were also inducted in to the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.
Since its inception in 1964 the band has come a long way with many members coming and going. Originally it included Wallace Scotty, Walter Scott, Gordy Harmon, Marcus Hutson and Nicholas Caldwell. After their veteran member Hutson’s death in 2000, the band continued its musical journey without a replacement. They initially started off as “The Eden Trio” and later were renamed as The Whispers by the Dore Records for which they recorded quite a few hit numbers. Their music had a romantic charm that coupled with their R&B style, made them a remarkably popular name in the 1970s. The melodic symphonies and especially the lyrics that have a sweet romantic touch to them have been extremely popular with women and have earned them a strong female fan base as well.
Their genius lies in the fact that they have moved along with the tide of time and their style of music does not get antiquated at any point. In fact, right through the 1990s even they developed a fan base among the youth and these youth were precisely those kids who had actually been “raised on the tunes of The Whispers” as their parents put it. Perhaps this is the brilliance that lies behind four decades of quality music and an ever growing fan base. Moreover their continuing growth is possibly due to the fact that they have developed themselves over the years and have made good use of their star power. This is manifest in the fact that they are consistently involved in charity work and other forms of social service. They have supported campaigns and organizations working against violence and diseases such as cancer. They are particularly involved in helping the youth through the Police Athletic League (PAL) Reading Program.
The year 2007 was also a special year for The Whispers with regard to recognition of their timeless career in music. A year after the release of their new CD in 2006, the band received a host of honors and awards. In 2007 they were honored by the American Black Music Association Academy to be named as “Living Legends”. This took place at the American Black Music Awards held in Las Vegas the same year. The same year the mayor of Washington DC Adrian Fenty paid a formal tribute to them and referred to them as the role models for the next generation of aspiring musicians.
They have played internationally and have some world class performances to their credit. One of these includes when the group opened Game 2 at the 1989 World Series at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Their album “One for the money” was a remarkable hit across the globe and charted at number 40 on the Billboard Soul Albums Chart. It consisted of evergreen hits such as “You’re only as good as you think you are” and “I’ve got a feeling”. However the one track that stands apart through the years is their pop song “Rocky Steady”. It not only topped the US R&B chart put continues to woo R&B lovers throughout the world.
This year is going to be an eventful one for the band and its fans. They have a number of quality performances lined up. So all those die hard R&B followers should get their hands on to the cheap The Whispers tickets without delay. The tour begins exactly on Valentine’s Day in Detroit, where The Whispers will rock all the love birds in town to their evergreen pop melodies. Performances are going to follow right through to October and they will be rocking audiences in Los Angeles, New York, Cleveland, Baltimore, California and Durant on their way.
The famous, outstanding and legendary The Whispers are here. With thousands of fans all across the globe for the last 40 years, The Whispers have continued to produce record breaking songs and gain popularity and success. They are regarded as R&B most liked and famous vocal groups. The history marking journey of “The Whispers” started in 1963 with twin brothers Wallace Scott and Walter Scott. Marcus Hutson, Nicholas Caldwell and Gordy Harmon joined later on. The local singing group started their career from streets in the Watts section and nightclubs of Los Angeles and San Francisco. In 1971, Leaveil Degree replaced Goordy Haron. The melodious voice of Wallace Scott is featured in almost all of their songs
At first they sang together as “the Eden trio” which Nicholas Caldwell and Marcus Huston created. Lou Bedell renamed them as The Whispers. They recorded nine singles between the years 1964 and 1967. They achieved recognition while performing in “The Battle of the Bands”. They released “The Time Will Come” in 1969, “Seems like I gotta Do Wrong” in 1970 and recorded their top 10 R&B hits.
In seventies and eighties, The Whispers produced a lot of hits and emerged as the leading romantic singers of their generation. The most successful period of “the Whispers” was in 1980s when Solar Records was run by their manager, Dick Griffey. They founded their own Black Tie record Label. Their most famous and popular albums were, “Open Up Your Love”, “One for the Money” and “Headlights”. The neoclassic “Lady”, written by Nicolas Caldwell is still played on request at concerts. In 1987, they were in top 40 with the success of “Rock Steady”. In 1990, The Whispers joined Capitol Records family and released more hit songs. Released in 1995, “Toast to the Ladies” had a collection of love songs admired by women all around.
Besides producing record breaking music, The Whispers have done appreciable charity work supporting cancer agencies. They opened Game 2 of the 1989 World Series at Oaklana-Alameda County Coliseum where they performed the National Anthem and got standing ovation. In 2003, they were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. In June 2005, The Whispers were given prestigious Governor Award by the San Francisco chapter of the Grammy Awards. In 2008, they won Rhythm and Blues Foundation’s prestigious pioneer award. In December 2012, by popular vote, The Whispers were inducted into the SoulMusic Hall of Fame at SoulMusic.com.
The Whispers are known for the soft romantic songs that speak directly to heart. They are undoubtedly most celebrated R&B band of their generation and a large number of fans still consider them their favorite. Even after staying in industry for more than 40 years, The Whispers have not lost its charm. Their successful journey is marked by Seven Gold and Two Platinum albums. Since Marcus Huston’s death in 2000, the group performs as a quartet. They still have a tremendous fan following throughout all the states and their popularity continues to grow equally among people of all ages and professions.
The Whispers concert is your chance to enjoy fabulous songs, intoxicating melodies and splendid music that has been captivating people for more than four decades now. Their past performances were amazing and they just keep getting better every time they play. So, get The Whispers tickets as early as possible and be a part of an incredible musical fantasy. These legendary guys are known to create an unbelievable vibe and a memorable night of audience’s life.