Anthony Hamilton Keith Sweat Tickets

For the fans of the R&B and soul music, it couldn’t get any better than seeing two of the most renowned figures from this genre, performing at the very same night. For their fans, Anthony Hamilton & Keith Sweat join forces to bring together a live Soul and R&B experience unlike any other. Both of the musicians have earned respects in their respective genre on their own, and with both of them performing at the same night; it is going to be something not worth missing for any of the fan of their music or the genre itself. For anyone looking to catch Anthony Hamilton Keith Sweat concert live this season, Anthony Hamilton Keith Sweat tickets will serve you the best.

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For Hamilton, singing has been a part of his life ever since he started singing in the church’s choir back when he was just ten years of age. During his days in his home town of Charlotte, Hamilton took part and received appraisal in a number of choirs. Later on when he decided to pursue singing as a career, he then relocated to New York City where scored his first record deal with Uptown Records in 1993.
Hamilton saw the mainstream popularity for the first time when he featured in a 2002 single of the group Nappy Roots called Po’ Folks. The single went on to receive Grammy Award nomination for the category of Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. Hamilton further collaborated with the group in three more singles from the group’s follow up album called Wooden Leather.
As a solo artist, Hamilton made his studio debut with the release of his debut album called XTC in 1996. Hamilton rose to fame with the release of his follow up album in 2003 called Comin’ from Where I’m From. The album peaked at the #33 spot on the Billboard 200 Chart and managed to sell 33,000 copies in the first week of its sales. The album also spent 76 weeks being on the chart. On R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart, the album peaked at the #6 spot and stayed on the chart for a total of hundred weeks. The album turned out to be his first Platinum record and it also featured Hamilton’s most critically acclaimed single to date called Charlene. For his album, Hamilton also earned three Grammy Award Nominations including a nomination for the category of Best Contemporary R&B Album.
Over the years, Hamilton has received nominations and awards for numerous categories including six Grammy Award nominations and one win for the category of Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance. Moreover he has also won Vibe Music Awards, and a BET Award. To date, he has released a total of seven studio albums.
Keith Sweat on the other hand has earned quite a lot of fame in his own right as well. Sweat has been in the music scene from his early ages, but he wasn’t able to score a record deal until he was discovered in 1987 while singing in a local bar in New York City and was subsequently offered a record deal by Elektra Records. Sweat initially started off as a lead singer of the Harlem group called Jamilah, but he left the group in 1984 to pursue a solo career. From thereon he started singing in various night clubs all across New York City until he was offered a deal in 1987. Also in the same year, Sweat made his debut as a recording artist with the release of his debut album called Make it Last Forever. The album turned out to be a huge commercial success and it managed to sell three million copies. His debut album helped him launch his career as a soul singer, and for his work as a musician, he has also received numerous awards and accolades.
As these two big names join forces for the Anthony Hamilton Keith Sweat concert, the event is expected to be nothing less than memorable. So before it’s too late, grab your Anthony Hamilton Keith Sweat tickets today.

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