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The US is renowned for providing a platform to the youngest of artists and discovering magnificent musical prodigies in the process of doing so. Amongst many other stars that rose to fame in their teen years is the American artist Fiona Apple who, apart from being a talented singer, is also a gifted songwriter and pianist. Her music is influenced by the jazz and alternative rock genres to which Fiona Apple does complete justice with her brilliant compositions. Get Fiona Apple tickets now to catch this artist giving an enchanting performance in your very own neighborhood.
Apple was discovered in 1994, at the young age of only fifteen years, by music publicist Kathryn Schenker. Schenker saw great potential in the young girl and therefore referred her to Sony Music executive Andy Slater. Her unique voice, phenomenal piano skills, and deep lyrics caught the required attention and won her a record deal. Fiona Apple rose to fame in 1996 at the age of seventeen years with her debut album called Tidal. The album received a positive response critically and commercially. It was therefore recognized as a huge milestone achieved by the young artist who had just started off with her commercial musical career.
'Tidal' sold well over two and a half million copies and was certified as being platinum thrice in the United States. The album's hit track "Criminal", which was its third single, became a huge success and made it to the U.S. Billboard Hot 100's top forty numbers. "Criminal" even brought home a prestigious Grammy Award that Fiona Apple won for "Best Female Rock Vocal Performance". The song "Sleep to Dream" from the same album also won Fiona Apple the MTV Video Music Award for "Best New Artist".
The highly successful debut album was followed by Apple's later album, 'When the Pawn...', in 1999. Although not as big a hit as the previous album, this one also received positive reviews published in popular papers and magazines like The New York Times and Rolling Stone. 'When the Pawn...' was certified to be a platinum album by the RIAA and it sold around a million copies in the United States. "Fast as You Can", which was the lead single from the album, made it to Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart's top twenty. This was indeed a new milestone for Apple with the song being her first single to hit UK's Top 40. Book you Fiona Apple tickets now to treat yourself to a concert filled with such huge hits.
Fiona Apple has also had the privilege to collaborate with well established and highly respected artists, one of them being the legendary Johnny Cash. Apple performed with Johnny Cash on his cover of "Bridge over Troubled Water" which was originally performed by Simon & Garfunkel. This led to her being featured on Johnny Cash's album "American IV: The Man Comes Around", and an eventual nomination for a Grammy Award for "Best Country Collaboration with Vocals". The talented female artist also performed with Johnny Cash in "Father and Son" by Cat Stevens which made it to his Unearthed collection in 2003. The Fiona Apple tickets would be a great investment for all music lovers with the artist performing such award winning hits at her show.
'Extraordinary Machine', the third album by Fiona, hit the market in 2005, debuting straight away at number seven. Crossing her past achievements, the album even made it to the Grammy Award nomination for "Best Pop Vocal Album". Selling around 462000 records in the United States and being certified gold by the RIAA, it marked another huge success for Fiona Apple with its largely loved singles like "Parting Gift" and "Not About Love". Fiona went on to record a cover of "Sally's Song" for the Tim Burton film The Nightmare Before Christmas's special edition release in 2006.
The marvelous singer's fourth studio album, 'The Idler Wheel', is bound to be released in June 2012 in the United States. Get Fiona Apple tickets before they are sold out to enjoy the singer's older classics as well as some pleasant surprises from the new album at the Fiona Apple show.