At age 65, Betty Buckley is proving she's still got what it takes to sell out a stadium with her powerful voice. A talented
actress and singer, she is a Tony Award winning actress and Grammy Award winning singer, but her charming persona is what
keeps audiences and critics coming back time and again! Buckley has been entertaining the world for over four decades and
she's showing no signs of slowing down! A talented composer, she has recorded many of her original songs and also been featured
on numerous Broadway compilation recordings, including 1776, Cats, Hair, Promises, Promises, Triumph
of Love and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Don't miss your chance to listen to Betty Buckley when she sings live at
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Born in July 3rd, 1947, Betty Buckley is an American theater, film and television actress and singer. She grew
up in Fort Worth, Texas and was crowned "Miss Fort Worth" in 1966 at Texas Christian University (TCU). After performing at
the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, a talent scout discovered her. But it wasn't until many years later that Buckley
moved to New York City in 1969 and landed the role of Martha Jefferson in 1776. It was her first day in town. Since
1969, Buckley has been winning over fans around the country and across the globe with her acting and singing talents. Order
your music tickets today!
Buckley has been called "The Voice of Broadway" by New York magazine. She made her Broadway debut in 1969 in the
musical 1776 and later earned rave reviews for her rendition of "Memory" in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats, but
is perhaps best known for the 1977-81 TV dramedy Eight is Enough as stepmother Sandra Sue Abbott. Buckley also appeared
in the original movie version of Carrie in 1976, and as a country singer in Bruce Beresford's film Tender Mercies
(1982). In December, 2006, she revived her song, "Memory" from Cats at The Kennedy Center Honors as part of the tribute to
Andrew Lloyd Webber. The following year, Buckley appeared with Quintessence at Lincoln Center in its Great American Songbook
series. In 2013, Buckley was inducted into The Theater Hall of Fame and a month later, she was back to work, starring in the
London revival of Jerry Herman's Dear World."
In addition to her appearances in musicals, and on TV, Beckley has broken through as a successful solo artist. With 15
solo albums already under her belt, she continues to wow her audiences at live concerts across the country. In February 2008,
Playbill released her two albums, Quintessence and 1967. Quintessence features jazz arrangements of standards
by her longtime collaborator, jazz pianist Kenny Werner; while 1967 is a recording produced by T-Bone Burnett, and
made when Buckley was just 19. Her album Bootleg: Boardmixes From the Road was released in 2010, and her hit show Ah,
Men: The Boys of Broadway, debuted on 28 August, 2012. Buckley's most recent album Ghostlight was produced by the
legendary T Bone Burnett and will be released this year.
Toda, Buckley lives on a ranch in Texas where she enjoys participating in NCHA cutting horse competitions. She also continues
to appear in films, television and theater and to sing concerts in a wide variety of venues. Order your Betty Buckley theater tickets today!