Little Big Town
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Making their mark in mainstream Country with their unique four-part vocal harmonies, Little Big Town combines their sumptuously layered vocal with the bluesy grit of traditional country and a contemporary big production sound, culminating in Fleetwood Mac-esque melodies and a hard rocking country aesthetic.
January 19, 2021
From birth, music in some shape or form has run through David Foster's veins. After graduating the University Of Washington's music programme at 16, his professional career started when he became a member of Chuck Berry's rhythm section. From these auspicious beginnings, Foster created a career that saw him produce the biggest pop ballads of the 80s, 90s and 2000s, writing for the likes of Celine Dion Whitney Houston, Alice Cooper and Michael Buble.
February 16, 2021
Gregory Porter is one of the hottest names in jazz. The Californian native, always dapperly attired in his spitfire hat, released his latest studio album "Nat King Cole & Me" in 2017, followed by 2018's "Live At The Albert Hall" and is back on tour in 2020 bringing his melodious voice to fans across the country once more.
April 2, 2021
Described as "Riverdance for the voice", this truly Irish ensemble takes their influences from the likes of Enya, Moya Brennan and Clannad, with their unique spin on traditional songs and modern pieces earning them 10 million albums sold worldwide since their inception. 2021 sees the talented troupe celebrate over 15 years of music-making with their brand new Celebration: 15 Years of Music and Magic tour!
April 7, 2021
Alabama can rightly claim to be the band who made country music what it is today. Formed by three cousins in 1969, the band hit their peak in the 1980s with their blend of southern rock and twangy country balladry, a formula that everyone from Garth Brooks to Luke Bryan has built upon in the subsequent years. Now for 2020 Alabama are back on the road to celebrate their 50th Anniversary Tour!
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The Fox Theatre is a performing arts center located in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. It was opened in 1928 as a flagship movie palace, and is the largest surviving of the 1920s, as well as the largest of the original Fox Theatres. In 1985, the theatre was added onto the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 and was named a National Historic Landmark in 1989, after its full restoration in 1988. The Fox Theatre has a seating capacity of 5,048 and hosts a variety of shows, including concerts and musicals.
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