James Taylor Tickets

James Taylor is a veritable musical institution. Through his understated yet serenely introspective and therapeutic crooning relayed by his repertoire of sixteen studio albums and countless live performances, he has steadily built up a cult following that refuses to lets go of its venerated musical leader. To his fans, his music has served as an emotional escape through the global crises that have been spawned by successive wars and conflicts triggered by false flag operations and blatantly engineered state-sponsored acts of mass terrorism. He has sold more than a dozen platinum-certified records, as well as a diamond certified Greatest Hits album and scored around half-a-dozen chart-topping singles, amassing five Grammys in the process. James Taylor was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as well as the Songwriters Hall of Fame at the turn of the millennium and has been ranked at the 84th spot on the Rolling Stone's list ‘The Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time’. Book some James Taylor tickets now for getting your freak on with the godfather of folk and soft rock.

Born into a future family of musicians, James Taylor seemed to have a proclivity towards all things tuneful right from his childhood. All three of his siblings, brothers Hugh, Livingston and Alex as well as his sister Kate took up music professionally during the course of their lives. Though being a doctor and the dean of a medical school, their father encouraged the musical inculcation of his offspring and James indulged in playing the cello at first and then took up to learning the strings on the acoustic guitar. The rebel in James Taylor took over and he dropped out of school at age sixteen and moved to New York after forming a band with his brother Alex. Battling depression, James checked himself into a psychiatric institution and later went on to earn his high school diploma. After his release, James formed a new band called the ‘Flying Machine’ and released a debut two-track record under Rainy Day Records. However, the band proved to be a failure and it broke up in 1967. After contending with a bout of heroin addiction, James moved to London and released his eponymous debut album in 1968 under Apple records, The Beatles' label.

James Taylor peaked at 62 on the US Albums chart, with the trio of follow-up records easing into the top-ten of Billboard 200. James carved a niche for himself with his easygoing vocal style with "Carolina in My Mind" and then burst into "Fire and Rain" with his sophomore offering ‘Sweet Bay James’ that earned a triple-platinum certification. ‘Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon’ peaked at the second spot on the Billboard 200 and got itself stamped with a double-platinum certification, earning James his first #1 single "You've Got a Friend" that topped Billboard's Hot 100 as well as his first Grammy Award. Clinching another number one single "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)," James hammered down "Handy Man" at the top of the charts in 1977 and netted another Grammy. Scoring top-ten hits along the way with "Everyday" and "Never Die Young", James Taylor received a ‘Best Pop Album’ Grammy for ‘Hourglass’ in 1997 and then picked up another Grammy two years later for "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight". James clamped down on his fifth Grammy for "How's the World Treating You" as a collaboration with the Grammy heavyweight Alison Krauss. During his forty five-year career, James Taylor has amassed a treasure trove of 40 multi-platinum, platinum and gold records and garnered a scintillating mix of awards and accolades. He is also the recipient for two honorary doctorates, one each from the Berklee College of Music and the Williams College and had the National Medal of Arts bestowed upon him in 2011 by President Barack Obama.James Taylor is the quintessential sing-songwriter, having been heralded as the standard-bearer of the era by being featured on the cover of Time magazine in 1971. In 2006, he was honored in a Grammy Award sponsored event as the MusiCares Person of the Year and was paid tribute to by the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Dixie Chicks, Keith Urban and Alison Krauss. So book your James Taylor tickets now to match your frequency with this country legend's legacy.

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