The Crystals Tickets
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The all-girls music group from New York is now hitting your town for an unforgettable night. Mesmerizing the audience since decades, The Crystals has gotten people talking about it every since their formation in the 1960s. You may think after so many years, the band has lost its touch but you can't be more wrong. They are as ready to sweep you off your feet as they were years ago. They have given many songs to the audience to enjoy from. To hear some of their chart smashing hits such as, "Uptown" and "There's No Other (Like My Baby)" live, get The Crystals tickets now.
The Crystals' include Mary Thomas, Myrna Giraud, Patricia "Patsy" Wright, Barbara Alston as well as Dolores "Dee Dee" Kinniebrew. Their first hit number was the gospel track "There's No Other" that hit the music scene in November 1961. This pop ballad was written with the help of Spectors as well as Leroy Bares and the vocals were performed by none other than Barbara Alston. Released with Spectors' Philles label, the single bagged the 20th position on the charts by 1962. This was closely followed by their second hit single, "Uptown". The perfect flavor of ethnicity along with the castanets and guitar gave this song an edge so that it immediately became a favorite. Other hit singles that the band produced during the 1960's include "He Hit Me (It Feld Like a Kiss) as well as "bubbling under" both of which gained a lot of critical acclaim.
Another song by The Crystals that gained fame is "He's a Rebel". This song immediately became a chart topper and marked the group's shift from a typical girl group material to a more hip approach to music; a theme which was to be amplified by groups later on. This song became the band's first number one hit on the United States charts. Not only this, their follow-up track, "He's Sure the Boy I Love", featuring The Blossoms and Love also became a chart topper. Another song by the group became a top 10 hit both in the United Kingdom and the United States, was "Then He Kissed Me" with the vocals also performed by Brooks. Although the original band broke up, some of the members continue to enthrall audiences with their music.
Today, The Crystals are a part of various combined acts as well as perform in state fairs and outdoor parks. Their versatility has allowed them to reach a very diverse audience; from people as young as 9 years old to parents and grandparents. The group seems to have a charm for everyone. Perhaps the biggest breakthrough in their career came when they were invited by Roger Kind, TV producer, to perform at his birthday bash in his beach house. The audience included many influential stars like Kirk Douglas, Danny Aiello, Gladys Knight and many other celebrities. Enchanted by their performance, Roger himself joined the ladies and sang along with them the track, "Da Doo Ron Ron, Why Do Fools Fall in Love and Rescue me".
What is spectacular about the group is that they have still managed to stun the audience with a high energy show; they come up with something new every time which is what keeps them going. To see this for yourself get The Crystals tickets now and be amazed by their pouring fervor. Recently, the band members have been stealing spotlight for their new record that not only features their new numbers but also their classics as well as video clips of some of their live shows. If you want to be a part of their show, get The Crystals tickets now to enjoy a fabulous concert.