Crystal Gale Tour Schedule
Few events in music are as thrilling as seeing a true country music legend hit the stage
and perform all of his or her hit songs to a crowd full of devoted fans singing along to every word. This is precisely what
occurs at a Crystal Gale concert and if you have yet to see her live, now is your chance as she has lined up tour dates that
will bring her to audiences across the United States. Be sure to catch Crystal Gale on her current tour because you never
know when the next time a superstar of her magnitude will come to your town.
Friday November 15th will see Crystal Gale
hit the stage at Choctaw Event Center Durant in Durant, Oklahoma for what is guaranteed to be a packed house. Oklahoma is
a hotbed of country music and you can be sure that many of Crystal Gale's most excitable fans will be on hand for this event.
In early December Crystal Gale will hit the East Coast for two performances. The first is on December 5th at Music Center
at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland, while the following evening, on the 6th, she will be performing up the coast at
Infinity Hall in Norfolk, Connecticut. If you cannot make any of these shows be sure to check back at StubHub to see when
she schedules some performances near your town.
About the Artist
As the youngest sister of Loretta Lynn,
Crystal Gale had some mighty big shoes to fill right from the start but she clearly proved herself more than capable of living
up to the lofty expectations of her family ties. Crystal went on to become the first female country artist to have an album
go platinum when her 1977 album We Must Believe in Magic sold over one million copies, paving the way for generations of platinum
selling female country stars to come. During the Seventies and Eighties Crystal Gale scored twenty number one hits and six
gold selling albums. After becoming one of the top selling female country artists of all time, Crystal Gale was given a star
on the Hollywood Walk of Fame not far from her older sister's. She began her singing career in 1970 and is probably most known
for her hit Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue.
Crystal Gale was a hit from the start with
her first single I've Cried (The Blue Right Out of My Eyes) which was written by her sister Loretta Lynn and reached number
23 on Billboard's Country Chart. The song was very reminiscent of her sister's work and eventually Crystal wanted to move
out from under her sister's shadow. She recorded a more jazz inspired song with Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue which soared
to number two on the charts. Soon she was touring abroad with Kenny Rogers and again with Bob Hope and was well on her way
to becoming the country legend that she is recognized as today.
You have been waiting for
months if not years for this night to come and finally as the lights lower you begin to see the beloved Crystal Gale making
her way out onto the stage. The crowd erupts in applause as Crystal approaches the mic. A hush falls over the crowd as she
thanks them and launches into a fan favorite like Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, Talking In Your Sleep, You Never Miss
a Real Good Thing (Till He Says Goodbye), or Wrong Road Again. The crowd once again erupts and sings and dances along to hits
throughout the night. Always known to have an incredible stage presence and a heavenly voice Crystal Gale really knows how
to connect with her fans no matter how big or small the venue in which she is performing. She is one country performer any
music lover will not want to miss when she comes to town.
Well known for her long hair that nearly
touches the floor, Crystal Gale was voted one of People Magazine's 50 most beautiful people in 1983. While on tour in China
with Bob Hope she became the first performer to record a show on the Great Wall of China. Early in her life Crystal was motivated
by the success of Loretta who is 19 years older than her. She learned to play guitar and joined her older brother's folk band
briefly and while in high school would spend a few weeks in the summer touring with her oldest sister. Her birth name is Brenda
Gail Webb, but after signing with Decco Records once she graduated high school she was asked to change her name because the
label already had an artist named Brenda Lee. After Loretta Lynn suggested changing her name to Krystal based on a hamburger
sign, Brenda Gail Webb chose the name Crystal Gale and the rest is history.