Hailing from London, Grammy winning Seal is selling out concerts world wide. His rendition of Brahms’ Lullaby will bring tears to your eyes and shivers up and down your spine.
Seal’s One Night To Remember concerts is recorded on CD and DVD. The DVD includes special features like the making of the documentary. There is a special version of Brahms’ Lullaby sung in English and German with the support of a 52 person orchestra.
Seal’s full name is Seal Henry Olusegun Olumide Adeola Samuel.
Robin Thicke is a soul & R&B singer. He has won a Grammy and been nominated and/or won a number of awards in including BET , Soul Train, MTV Video, MOBO, American Music and VH1/VIBE Awards.
Ricardo Arjona is a Latin singer who has won 2 Grammys. He was playing the guitar when he was 8.
T.I. is a Grammy winning rapper who plays hip hop musis. He is also know as T.I.P.
Duncan Sheik plays rock, pop, alternative rock and acoustic rock music. He has a Grammy and Tony among his many awards. His debut 1996 single “Barely Breathing was nominated for a Grammy.
Lady Gaga tickets
Lady Gaga’s real name is Joanne Stefani Germanotta. Her hits from her debut album, The Fame, include “Just Dance” and “Poker Face”. “Just Dance” has been nominated for a Grammy.
Bonnie Raitt tickets
Bonnie Raitt, born in Burbank, California, on November 8, 1949, was the daughter of Broadway star John Raitt. She picked up the guitar at age 12 and developed an ear for blues. In 1967 Raitt put music aside and entered Harvard’s Radcliffe College, majoring in African Studies. She soon met Dick Waterman, an important figure in the blues revival of the 1960’s, who was giving an interview at WHRB, Harvard’s college radio station. Her blues career was launched. She gained notoriety in 1970 and signed with Warner Bros. in 1971, who soon released her eponymously titled debut. Her second and third albums, Give It Up in 1972 and Takin’ My Time in1973, met with critical acclaim although the sales did not show it, a pattern that would go on until her tenth album released in 1989, Nick of Time. It went to the top of the U.S. charts and won three Grammy Awards. Bonnie Raitt received her fourth Grammy for her duet “In the Mood” with John Lee Hooker on his album “The Healer”.