Maceo Parker Concert Schedule
Whether you are a diehard funk fan or not, you undoubtedly know of the legendary
James Brown. If you have heard any of James Brown's famous tunes, such as "I Got You" and "It's Too Funky In Here", you've
also heard the otherworldly saxophone skills of Maceo Parker. Best known for his incredible saxophone work with James Brown,
Maceo Parker became a household name and also earned the reputation as one of the founders of funk and soul. Maceo Parker
is undeniably one of the biggest legends in music, and whether he was performing with Brown, who would shout "Maceo! Blow
your horn!" or was performing on stage as a lead artist, you could always expect a phenomenal show from this talented saxophonist.
powerful sax soloist may be one of the most iconic figures in music history, but that doesn't mean he's not still part of
the modern landscape of music. Maceo Parker is packing up his saxophone and is gearing up for a couple of highly anticipated
shows in the near future, and music lovers of all generations are anxiously awaiting the day that he stops at a music venue
near them. On October 19th, Parker will be performing at the Cervantes theatre in Denver, and on January 16th he will be performing
at the Byham Theatre in Pittsburgh, and both shows are already generating major buzz in the funk community.
It's a rare
opportunity to see such a legend perform in concert, but fortunately, StubHub can help you secure your tickets to the hottest
and most in-demand shows of the year. To snag your Maceo Parker tickets, simply head to StubHub today and get ready for a
night of rip-roaring and soulful fun!
Maceo Parker Background
Maceo Parker was born in North Carolina
in 1943, and his musical family instilled in him a love for music that would last for his entire life. His father played both
the drums and the piano and his mother sang in church, so Parker was constantly surrounded by music, which no doubt explains
why he quickly developed such a deep passion for music and for performing. In 1964, both Parker and his brother joined James
Brown on tour and in the recording studio, but a few years later both of the Parker brother left to form their own band, Maceo
& All the King's Men. After touring for two years with his own band, Maceo decided to return to James Brown, and he would
play with this iconic master of funk off and on for several years, earning him one of the most incredible reputations in all
Starting in 1990, Maceo Parker began his solo career, and he now has over two decades worth of phenomenal
material and experience as a solo artist. Maceo's band has been dubbed "the greatest little funk orchestra on earth", and
this reputation has led to sold-out shows wherever he performs. Maceo's phenomenal sax skills have also earned him collaborative
spots with artists like Prince, Jane's Addiction, and the Dave Matthews Band. There's no doubt about it—Maceo Parker
is a musical treasure, and he is responsible for some of the grooviest, most danceable funk and soul tunes in music history.
Now you have the phenomenal opportunity to see this funk icon and his band perform live at a venue near you, and this is one
show you certainly shouldn't miss! Don't let this opportunity slip through your fingers and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
Maceo Parker has one of the most full-bodied repertoires in music, as he not only contributed to
some of James Brown's biggest hits, but he has also established an incredibly successful solo career for himself. As the lead
artist, Maceo Parker has released 13 albums, many of which have gone on to be phenomenally acclaimed. He has also contributed
to over a dozen of James Brown's albums, and has earned featured saxophone spots in albums by artists like Prince and the
Red Hot Chili Peppers.
If you want to see one of the legends of funk and soul perform live in concert, all you have
to do is rely on StubHub to keep you up to date on Maceo's tour schedule.
James Brown originally
wanted Maceo's brother as the drummer for his band, but reluctantly accepted Maceo as part of the package. He quickly realized
that Maceo was one of the greatest saxophonists in the world.
James Brown is the godfather
of funk, and since Maceo Parker was Brown's partner-in-crime, he is also one of the most influential architects of funk music.
When the rare opportunity to see such a music legend presents itself, you definitely should take advantage of it. Grab your
Maceo Parker tickets on StubHub while you can, as this famed saxophonist always attracts a packed crowd and tickets are bound
to sell out fast!