Freddie Jackson Tickets
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You still love listening to his popular chart topping songs namely "Rock Me Tonight", "Hey Lover" and "Do Me Again", yes this artist is the very popular Freddie Jackson. With over three million copies sold, this artist has garnered a worldwide fan following over the last three decades. During his career Jackson has been nominated for the American Music Awards twice. Jackson has also got two Grammy nominations to his name. It will be a happening event so make sure that you are also a part of it, get Freddie Jackson tickets and enjoy.
Freddie Jackson's full name is Frederick Anthony Jackson. He is famous as a singer of quiet storm, soul and R&B. Jackson was born in Harlem, New York in 1956. Jackson is mainly popular as a singer, but he can also fluently play the piano and keyboards. While he was a young kid his parents trained him to be a gospel singer. He regularly used to sing in the White Rock Baptist Church choir. It was during this time he was noticed by producer and lyricist Paul Laurence. Soon after finishing his school, he joined hands with Laurence and played music in various local New York night clubs in the band called Laurence Jones Ensemble (LJE). In the early 80's he briefly shifted to the west coast and played with a band called Mystic Merlin playing R&B music. Soon he moved back to his native city and rejoined hands with Laurence who was heading a production company by the name of Hush Productions. Laurence was primarily a composer and Jackson sang on his demo compositions. In the meantime he also sang as a backing vocalist for popular disco, soul and R&B singer Melba Moore.
In the year 1985 Jackson released his first ever R&B studio album titled Rock Me Tonight. It was released by Capitol Records and Paul Laurence was one of the producers. It was a stunner and immediately brought Jackson in the limelight by selling over a million copies and earning a platinum certification. The album was at #1 on US R&B charts. It consisted of eight tracks out of which two singles namely "Rock Me Tonight (For Old Time Sake)" and "You Are My Lady" that raced to the #1 position on US R&B charts. These two tracks also entered US Billboard Hot 100 at #18 and #12 respectively. Rock Me Tonight received four and a half stars out of five from Allmusic. This till date remains the highest charting album by Jackson. The very next year he released yet another fine album titled Just Like The First Time. This also went platinum and hit the R&B charts at #1.
After the first two albums Freddie was not able to continue his success and the next two albums namely Don't Let Love Slip Away and Do Me Again managed to earn gold status but still landed at #1 spot on US R&B. He went on to release a few more charting albums such as Time for Love, Here It Is, Private Life After 30 and Its Your Move. Transitions was released in 2006, this remains Jackson's last charting album. In 2010 he released another album For You through Orpheus Entertainment. Orpheus Records released a compilation of Jackson songs that was named Diamond Collection that hit the R&B charts at #40.
Freddie Jackson in his career spanning over twenty-seven years has released twelve studio and six live albums. Watching a seasoned singer like Jackson live in concert is surely one melodious experience. You should plan it out with your friends and book cheap Freddie Jackson tickets now as only a limited number of cheap deals are now left.
Freddie Jackson Tickets Prices
The average Freddie Jackson tickets will cost you $298 for the event being held on 09/09/2018 at Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis. The minimum get in price is $275 at Rams Head On Stage.
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Freddie Jackson Tickets Promo Code
Use LUCK18 as the promo code and get a 3% discount on Freddie Jackson tickets. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the thrilling live performance by your favorite R&B / SOUL category
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