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Mary J. Blige Tickets

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When her debut album, What's the 411?, hit Tower Records stores in 1992, critics and fans alike were stunned and impressed by the powerful combination of modern R&B with an edgy rap sound that touched on the pain and struggles of growing up in urban New York. Mary J. Blige was and remains an iconic figure in the hip-hop and R&B community, and she continues to be a source of innovative music as well as inspiration. Her music consistently pushes the bounds of the genres and redefines what it means to be a female voice in music. A tour de force every time she steps onstage, Mary J. Blige is not to be missed, so hurry over to StubHub to get your concert tickets now!

Mary J. Blige is currently on tour and will be making stops in cities all over the country, including Sawyer Point Yeatmans Cove in Cincinnati, Ohio, The Bridge at Three Forks in Cardwell, Montana, Manchester Farm in Manchester, Tennessee and many other cities. Don't miss your chance to see this one-of-a-kind artist create musical magic once more. Get your tickets from StubHub today!


Mary J. Blige is not only one of the most talented singers of all time, but she has also found success in the world of film. She starred in the Tyler Perry film, I Can Do Bad All By Myself, in 2009 and played a small role in the film Rock of Ages. She also received Golden Globe Awards for her contributions to the musical films Bobby and The Help. She is set to play the iconic musician, Nina Simone, in an upcoming biopic. She continues to surprise her fans with her range and talent. You won't want to miss your chance to see this impressive performer in person.

About the Artist

When Mary J. Blige first appeared on the scene in the early 1990s, some heralded her as the new Chaka Khan or next Aretha Franklin, but Blige had little in common stylistically with either of those artists. Blige's music is laced with a far more guttural urgency, a sense that her music must be listened to and must be heeded, a feat not achieved by any female voice prior to her. What Blige does share with those highly regarded figures, though, is her contribution to music. Mary J. Blige helped adorn soul music with new textures and flavors that inspired an entire generation of musicians, and her legacy continues to encourage new artists today.

Ever since Mary J. Blige's debut album, What's the 411, went multi-platinum back in 1992, she has been at the forefront of R&B and soul music. In the twenty-plus years since, the singer/songwriter's musical strong suit has attracted an intensely loyal fan base, responsible for propelling worldwide sales of more than 50 million albums. And for good reason. Mary J. Blige's music is the kind of music you can enjoy anywhere: in the car, while you're cooking, at a party, even filling out your taxes, because nothing soothes like the sweet dulcet tones of Mary J. Blige.

She has continued to have success throughout the years, gaining fans all over the world. She has sold millions of records, has received more than two dozen Grammy nominations and was named to Rolling Stone magazine's "100 greatest singers of all time." This singer, actress and entrepreneur is one-of-a-kind. Don't miss your chance to be there when this dynamic singer takes the stage once more. Get your tickets today!

Breakthrough Performance

Mary J. Blige had a rough start to life, but music always gave her an outlet to express her feelings and sorrows. She recorded a cover of Anita Baker's "Caught Up in the Rapture" at a local mall in upstate New York, and it ended up in the hands of Jeff Redd, a recording artist and runner for Uptown Records. The CEO of the record company met with Blige, and in 1989, the novice singer became the youngest female artists ever to sign with the label. She began her career singing at the Apollo Theater and contributing to work by other artists. Then, in 1991, she began working with newbie producer, Sean Combs, and he crowned her the "Queen of Ghetto Love," which the label turned into the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul." She established her niche in the hip-hop industry with her signature sound and her unconventional look. She donned a baseball cap, combat boots and baggy clothes, which was different from other artists during that time. Then, in 1992, her first album, What's the 411? dropped and helped usher in a new era in R&B music. She became an instant hit, and fans haven't been able to get enough of her ever since. Don't miss out! Get your tickets from StubHub today!

Fan Experience

With a track record of eight multi-platinum albums, nine Grammy Awards and four American Music Awards, Mary J. Blige could easily rest on her laurels and fade comfortably from the spotlight. But that just wouldn't sit right with the performer who fought hard for everything she's earned, and she wants to keep her legacy going strong, and with her latest album, she's accomplished that and so much more. Ever the innovator, Blige has once again turned R&B on its head and created an album that sets a new par for excellence. Fierce and compelling onstage, Mary J. Blige is a force of nature, and the opportunity to see her live isn't to be missed. Go to StubHub to purchase hip-hop tickets to see this dynamo live!

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