Bryan Ferry Tour Schedule
Best known for his groundbreaking work as the front man for Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry has
achieved monumental success as both a band member and as a solo artist, making him one of the most followed musicians on tour
many years after he first got his start. His sophisticated and lush vocals made him one of the most acclaimed vocalists of
the 1970s, and to this day still stands as one of the most prominent and recognizable singers of all-time. Even after decades
of such great success in the recording studio and on tour, Bryan Ferry still brings his hit songs and classic performance
style to stages all around the world, and he's likely coming to a stage near you sooner or later.
From the Beacon Theatre
in New York to the Orpheum Theatre in Boston to plenty of other venues as well, Ferry tends to get around, and you can always
count on him dazzling a live audience with his memorable, signature tracks. Though there are lots of other different options
out there for entertainment, the live-concert experience is still something you just can't be duplicated, and that definitely
holds true for all of the top shows on Bryan Ferry's tour once again this time around.
Bryan Ferry Background
in Washington, England in 1945, Ferry came from humble roots as the son of a coal miner. Although Ferry always had a love
of music and performing, he didn't truly pursue this passion until attending the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, where
he studied art. While a student there, he joined a student band called The City Blues, where he started honing his performing
skills. After graduating from university, Ferry moved to London and formed the band The Banshees. A short time later, he also
joined a group called the Gas Board, a soul group that included famous bassist Graham Simpson.
Eventually this translated
into a creative explosion in which Ferry refined his tune and came up with hits like "Do the Strand," "Love Is the Drug,"
"Dance Away," and "Virginia Plain," sending Ferry on his way towards a career of musical superstardom. Roxy Music soon became
a hit sensation not just in England, but all over the world. By 1974, Ferry would venture out onto his own for solo work,
putting together memorable cover performances of songs like "You Won't See Me" by the Beatles and "A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fail"
by Bob Dylan. As both a solo artist and as part of a Roxy Music, Ferry played to sold-out crowds all over the world, and amassed
loyal fans everywhere he went.
Bryan Ferry Greatest Hits
As a solo artist, Bryan Ferry has released 14
albums and 40 singles over the course of his career, making him one of the most prolific artists of his era as well as one
of the most popular. Some of his most successful albums include "These Foolish Things" (1973), "In Your Mind" (1977), "Boys
and Girls" (1985), and "As Time Goes By" (1999). Some of his most popular singles include "Let's Stick Together", "Extended
Play," "The Price of Love," "This is Tomorrow," "Slave to Love," "I Put a Spell On You," "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," among
countless others. Over the years, Ferry has accumulated an immense fan base and you'll see a great crowd whenever and wherever
Ferry hits the stage looking to put on a great show.
Bryan Ferry Trivia
Did you know that Bryan Ferry
was an instrumental part of the soundtrack for recent film adaptation "The Great Gatsby"?
Bringing together Ferry's
style of music with jazz and collaborating with celebrated filmmaker Baz Luhrmann, "The Great Gatsby" ended up being yet another
triumph for Bryan Ferry. Instead of just using a single song for the movie, as was Luhrmann's original intention, Ferry and
his renowned orchestra ended up collaborating on other music for the film as well and ended up a major part of the movie.
Ferry even performed at the Cannes International Film Festival in 2013, the iconic film fest that was opened by "The Great
Gatsby" that year.
Bryan Ferry Fan Experience
Get ready for one of the most memorable nights of the year,
as Bryan Ferry's beautiful crooning voice will stick in your head as a lasting memory. As he performs his hit songs and fantastic
covers with his classic charm, Bryan Ferry will undoubtedly sweep you off your feet as you get sucked into a spirited performance.
And even though it's the talent of Ferry that gets you into the stands to join in the excitement, it's the buzz of the crowd
that helps to take the concert experience to a completely different level. Once you're there watching Ferry as he busts out
one of your favorite tracks, you'll be experiencing his music in a way that you simply can't duplicate, giving you plenty
of reasons to put down the remote and head out to see the big show whenever Bryan Ferry comes to town.