Music critics are a hard bunch to win over. In fact, an artist can simultaneously get a rave review from one and a scathing
review from another. One artist that has managed to win over nearly every music critic out there is singer/songwriter Aimee
Mann. A major reason for that comes from her live performances, like her upcoming gig at the Recher Theatre in Towson, Maryland.
Music fans were first introduced to the work of Aimee Mann during the 1980s when she was part of the post-new wave pop
group 'Til Tuesday. By the late 1980s, Mann was ready to break out on her own, but her solo career sounded little like her
work with 'Til Tuesday. Instead, it featured an introspective and acoustic feel that drew fans to the singer/songwriter's
One of the places that first fell for Aimee Mann's solo work was the U.K. There, Mann found much success with her singles,
like "Time Stand Still," "I Should've Know," "Stupid Thing" and "Long Shot," among others. Her home fans in the United States
also caught wind of her work and made all of her tour
dates popular in the States.
Because of her style of emotive songwriting, Aimee Mann has a depth in her songs that can only be fully appreciated at
one of her live shows. Any fans of Aimee Mann won't want to miss their chance to see her perform live. Gather together your
friends, check out her upcoming shows and reserve your spot today.