James Keelaghan Concert Schedule
There are few Canadian artists that have achieved as much international success
as James Keelaghan has. His blend of folk music and roots revival has earned him phenomenal critical acclaim over the course
of his career, and with his booming baritone voice, it's safe to say that Keelaghan is one of Canada's greatest artists. With
Juno awards under his belt, James Keelaghan has become a treasured gem of Canada, and of folk music in general. With hits
that have earned their popularity all over the world, Keelaghan is undoubtedly one singer-songwriter that you should see in
On January 16th, James Keelaghan will be stepping out on stage at Me and Thee Coffeehouse in Marblehead,
Massachusetts, and this intimate music venue provides the perfect atmosphere to listen to Keelaghan's famed folk rock tunes,
such as "Kiri's Piano" and "Cold Missouri Waters". While a great folk song sounds terrific through your computer's speakers
or through your iPod, there's no substitution for hearing it performed live. All of Keelaghan's songs are great when heard
on the stereo, but they turn into something magical when he is playing them right in front of your eyes. Fortunately, you
can rely on StubHub to get you a spot at one of Keelaghan's shows, which means that you can experience this phenomenal folk
music live! And sign up for event alerts so that you will be one of the first fans notified when Keelaghan schedules a new
show in your neck of the woods!
James Keelaghan Background
James Keelaghan was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba,
and his Canadian roots helped inspire some of his greatest songs ever, such as "Kiri's Piano", which lamented the plight of
Japanese Canadians in internment camps during the Second World War. Keelaghan didn't always know that he would grow up to
be an esteemed musician. He originally went to the University of Calgary in order to study, even though he had been a huge
fan of musical theatre and folk music growing up. Eventually, Keelaghan realized that music was his true calling, so he started
to focus on creating moving songs that resonated with his audience.
Keelaghan released his debut album, Timelines, in
1987, and the album was so beautifully done that it immediately started to receive rave reviews all over the world. The album
focused on historical events, such as the building of the Canadian Pacific Railroad and WWII. This album not only resonated
with Canadians, but also with folk music fans on a global scale. From then on, Keelaghan was a staple performer in the folk
music scene. He has performed everywhere from major folk music festivals and concert halls to small and intimate venues.
the 2000s, Keelaghan started to rake in prestigious awards for his groundbreaking folk tunes. He won first place in the 2003
USA Songwriting Competition, and in 2004 he scored the highly sought after Juno Award. Keelaghan has also collaborated with
major musicians like Oscar Lopez, Hugh McMillan, and Stephen Fearing. No matter who he collaborates with or where he performs,
Keelaghan's talent always shines through. His beautiful ballads are truly timeless, and even though they always sound great
through your stereo, they sound extraordinarily glorious when performed live. Luckily, you now have the chance to see Keelaghan
in concert at his upcoming show in Marblehead, and you should definitely jump at the opportunity to see such an acclaimed
artist perform live. Don't miss out on seeing James Keelaghan in concert and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
James Keelaghan has released 11 studio albums throughout the course of his career, including several that have
achieved great critical acclaim, such as Timelines (1987), Compadres (1997), Home (2001), A Few Simple Verses (2006), and
House of Cards (2009). Keelaghan has also penned and recorded numerous hit folk tunes, such as "Cold Missouri Waters", "Kiri's
Piano", "Honore", "The Ones Who Made Home", "Love What a Road", and "Number 37".
When it comes to great folk music,
James Keelaghan definitely knows how to churn it out. Now you have the chance to see him perform his best songs in concert
thanks to StubHub!
In 1998, the band Cry Cry Cry covered Keelaghan's popular folk tune, "Missouri
Waters". The song is about the Mann Gulch fire of 1949.
If you want to listen to some beautiful
and thought-provoking ballads in an intimate setting, there is no better concert to attend than James Keelaghan's upcoming
show. This Canadian folk artist has made a name for himself all over the world, and when he comes to a music venue near you,
you should jump at the opportunity to see such a talented singer in concert. To score your tickets to an upcoming James Keelaghan
show, all you have to do is check out StubHub and purchase your concert tickets before they are all sold out!