Boz Scaggs is a blue-eyed, soul and blues/soft rock singer, guitarist and songwriter belonging to Canton, Ohio. He initially found success as a guitarist during the 60s and also appeared as the lead vocalist for the Steve Miller Band. As a solo singer, during the 70s, Scaggs made it to Top Twenty singles lists several times within the United States. His album "Silk Degrees" ranked number two as well. After four decades, Scaggs still continues to sing, writes and records music along with his occasional tours. If you wish to attend his concert with Michael McDonald in his upcoming tour, book the Boz Scaggs Michael McDonald tickets today.
Boz Scaggs met Steve Miller when he was learning guitar at St. Mark’s School. Later, both of them attended University of Wisconsin-Madison together and started playing for bands like Fabulous Knight Trains and Ardells. After he left school, Scaggs became a part of London’s blues and rhythms scene for a short while. After singing for bands like Mother Earth and Wigs, he moved to Sweden to embark on a solo career. In 1965, he released his debut solo studio album by the name of "Boz" which didn’t bring him much success.
Boz Scaggs’ talents were finally recognized by Jann Wenner, a Rolling Stone
publisher, through whom he managed to land a solo contract with the famous Atlantic Records in year 1968. A year later came out his second self titled solo album. He found commercial success for the first time with the release of "Silk Degrees" in 1976 which made it to number two position at Billboard 200 in the United States. It was followed by a world tour which was packed with sold out concerts. Scaggs continues to tour annually in summer and still writes and records his own music.
Michael McDonald is a five time Grammy Award
winning blue-eyed soul and soft rock singer and songwriter belonging to St. Louis, Missouri. He is famous for his unique baritone soulful singing style. Initially, he started off his career by singing with Steely Dan as a part of the backup vocals. In 1976, he joined The Doobie Brothers and stayed with the band for six years. During this time he managed to score several hit singles for the band.
Michael McDonald embarked on a solo career after the farewell tour of the Doobie Brothers. His first solo studio album named "If That’s What It Takes" came out in 1982 through Warner Brothers Records. The same year Artisa Records gathered some of his old hits and compiled them in a form of an album named "That Was Then: The Early Years." After embarking on a solo career, McDonald continued to collaborate with artists from the same genre. He was the co-writer of I’ll Wait
, the Top Twenty hit of Van Halen. His duet Yah Mo B There
with James Ingram won them a Grammy Award in the category of "Best R&B Performance by a Duo with Groups" in 1985.
Michael McDonald released "Take It to Heart" in 1990 and later joined New York Rock and Soul Revue. In 2003, he released "Motown" an album that won him a Grammy nomination. The following year, he released "Motown Two" which was yet another successful release. In the spring of 2010, McDonald embarked on a tour with Donald Fagen and Boz Scaggs. The tour still goes on and together they are performing as a band named "The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue." The series of shows include soul/R&B and classical rock performed by a number of different artists. The two will be arriving shortly in your very own town as well. In order to attend their upcoming concert in a live setup, make sure you have the Boz Scaggs Michael McDonald tickets
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