Edwin McCain Schedule
Edwin McCain writes and sings the songs that you just can't get out of your head, including
hits "I Could Not Ask for More" and "I'll Be," which are undoubtedly two of Edwin McCain's most prominent hits. Since he started
his career two decades ago, McCain has landed five of his albums on the Billboard 200 and has compiled a sweet representation
of his material with The Best of Edwin McCain.
To experience the southern charm and romantic ballads of Edwin McCain,
make sure you check out his tour schedule. You can find McCain at places like the Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, Virginia;
Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Centre in Woonsocket, Rhode Island; and more! To keep tabs on all of Edwin McCain's upcoming
shows, all you need to do is sign up for event updates right here through StubHub. That way you'll get concert notifications
delivered right to your inbox so you'll always be in the know when your favorite artists are headed to your hometown. Check
it out today!
Edwin McCain Background
Hailing from Charleston, South Carolina, Edwin McCain inked a deal
with Atlantic Records in 1995, getting by with a little help from some friends: Hootie & the Blowfish. But let it be said
that McCain certainly put in the time and effort. He cut his chops by sticking to an extremely demanding tour schedule doing
over 300 shows a year. McCain and his band, comprised of Craig Shields (saxophone player); Scott Bannevich (bassist); Larry
Chaney (guitarist); and Dave Harrison (drummer), premiered with Honor Among Thievesin 1995. The track "Solitude" garnered
support at VH1, fueling the arrival of Misguided Roses (1997). "I'll Be" was a product of that album, that managed to eclipse
the mainstream music scene. Two years later, Messenger dropped, with another romantic track, "I Could Not Ask for More." Far
From Over arrived in 2001. Atlantic ditched McCain after the album's release but that didn't stop McCain from stepping up
his game. He put out The Austin Sessions (2003) and Scream & Whisper (2004). Maintaining his tireless touring regime over
the years, McCain issued Tinsel and Tap Shoes: Live at the House of Blues in 2004. Lost in America followed in 2006. In 2008,
McCain released Nobody's Fault but Mine. For this effort, McCain assembled a number of R&B cover songs. His next album,
Mercy Bound (2011), however, showcased original material with contributions from Maia Sharp, singer/songwriter.
Edwin McCain's discography is comprised of Nomadic Logic (1991); Solitude (1993); Honor Among Thieves
(1995); Misguided Roses (1997); Messenger (1999); Far from Over (2001); The Austin Sessions (2003); Scream & Whisper (2004);
Lost in America (2006); Nobody's Fault But Mine (2008); The Best of Edwin McCain (2010); and Mercy Bound (2011).
Did you know Edwin McCain gave a concert on a carrier? Yes, it's true. He played on the USS John C. Stennis
while it was on a Western Pacific mission.
Edwin McCain Concert Experience
Although so many of his songs
are available from websites, it's just not the same as going to an Edwin McCain live show. The master of romantic songs is
much better appreciated in the live venue. Edwin McCain is forever giving his fans all he has to give, from his song, "I'll
Be" to his soulful, "I Could Not Ask for More."
There's something simply remarkable about taking in a live show that
keeps people coming back for more whenever one of their favorite artists comes to town. When you see a pop phenom like Edwin
McCain hit the stage in the same building that you're in, there's an immediate connection that occurs that you can't mirror
anywhere else. Get out to see one of these extraordinary shows live and in person so you can experience music the way it's
supposed to be experienced. Nothing compares to seeing it done live, so make sure to check out Edwin McCain's current tour
and prepare for a memorable time.
People have been coming together to enjoy live music for an infinite number of years.
If you think about it, live music is the true foundation of music itself, and really the art's purest and simplest form. It
can be an epic experience to see an artist in a huge amphitheater with thousands upon thousands of screaming fans surrounding
you, or it can be an intimate experience in a smaller venue in which you can really connect with everyone around you. Either
way, seeing a concert live and in person always amounts to more than just listening to music. When you head out to see a creative
artist hit the stage at a venue near you, you're sure to embrace the entire experience of seeing a musical act that you know
and love while surrounded by fellow adoring fans who have at least that one thing in common. And often times, when it comes
to music, that one thing is enough to connect people.