Buffy Sainte-Marie Concert Schedule
Buffy Sainte-Marie emerged onto the burgeoning music scene of the '60s, when
beatniks and hippies ruled the landscape of music. This talented folk artist fit right in, and she brought her inspirational
and thought-provoking tunes to stages all over the country, quickly earning a reputation for being one of the most talented
singer-songwriters around. Since her career exploded in the '60s, Buffy Sainte-Marie has performed at top-tier venues all
over the globe, and now she is ready to bring her impressive repertoire of folk songs to a music venue near you!
Buffy Sainte-Marie is performing a stripped-down acoustic version of her powerful songs or is backed by a wild and exciting
electric guitar set, she always knows how to captivate her audience. Buffy Sainte-Marie is an expert at performing, and when
she stops at the Kimo Theatre in Albuquerque on February 15th, you definitely want to be in the audience to experience her
phenomenal talent live. Buffy Sainte-Marie has cemented her reputation as a folk music icon over the past several decades,
and now you have the unique opportunity to see her perform live! Don't miss out on seeing Buffy put on a knockout show this
February and check out StubHub's ticket selection today!
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Buffy Sainte-Marie Background
Buffy Sainte-Marie was born in Saskatchewan, Canada in 1941 and was orphaned at
a young age. She was adopted by relatives and grew up in Massachusetts, where she eventually attended the University of Massachusetts
to study teaching and Oriental philosophy. It was in college that she first became more serious about her music. Buffy had
played both the guitar and piano throughout her childhood and teenage years, so by the time she had graduated from college,
she had already written some of her best songs, such as "Ananias" and "Now That the Buffalo's Gone".
By the time she
was in her early 20s, Buffy had developed a thirst for performing and creating music. She started touring as a solo act all
over the country, stopping at folk music festivals and various concert halls to showcase her work. She also performed at numerous
Native American reservations, as much of her work focused on the issues faced by indigenous people in both Canada and America.
Just a few short years into her career, Buffy was already regarded as one of the most talented songwriters in music. Some
of her songs were covered or recorded by artist like Janis Joplin, Chet Atkins, Taj Mahal, Neil Diamond, Elvis Presley, and
Whether she was performing her popular war protest song, "Universal Solider", or cranking out songs
about the plight of Native Americans, Buffy Sainte-Marie was regarded as one of the most influential social figures of her
time. Her reputation as a social activist and a folk artist has remained strong throughout the decades, and her timeless songs
are as relevant today as they were in the '60s. For her work, Buffy has earned countless awards and honors, such as a Gemini
Award, an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and the prestigious Governor General's Performing Arts Award. You now have
the chance to see this highly acclaimed and prestigious artist perform live in concert at one of her upcoming shows, so take
advantage of this opportunity and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
has had an incredibly illustrious career over the past several decades. She has released over a dozen albums, several of which
earned spots on US music charts. Some of Buffy's most popular folk songs include "Circle Game", "I'm Gonna Be a Country Girl
Again", "Mister Can't You See", "He's an Indian Cowboy in the Rodeo", "The Big Ones Get Away", "Fallen Angels", and "Until
It's Time for You To Go".
Her songs revolve around heavy themes such as social injustice, war protests, politics, and
religion. Buffy has been one of the most socially influential artists in history, and now you can see her perform live thanks
After Buffy Sainte-Marie released her very first album, Billboard voted her the Best
Buffy Sainte-Marie has honed her performing skills over the past five decades,
and now she is one of the most esteemed and experienced performing artists in the world. Since emerging onto the music scene
in the '60s, Buffy Sainte-Marie has solidified her spot in music history as a social activist and phenomenal folk singer.
Her songs have been covered by some of the biggest artists in the world and she has scored several charting hits throughout
her career, and while listening to her albums is always a treat, nothing can compare to seeing her perform her hits in person.
Fortunately, you can purchase your Buffy Sainte-Marie tickets on StubHub today!