Paul Anka Tour Schedule
The legendary Paul Anka has been one of the most successful songwriters in the history
of music, not only writing and performing his own songs, but writing songs for the biggest names in the business, including
Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra. The term living legend is perhaps nowhere more appropriately applied than when you are
talking about the inimitable Paul Anka. You have heard his songs for decades but maybe have yet to see him perform live, but
fortunately he is heading out on the road for a handful of dates that have been announced in 2014. StubHub is always the place
to go for all of the best concert tickets available, including tickets for every stop on Paul Anka's tour.
has a series of exciting dates lined up in April that will likely have fans coming from all over to see him performing live.
He has shows on April 15th and 16th set up in New Jersey, the first at State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and the
second at Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood. On the 20th Paul Anka will perform at Seneca Niagara Casino Events Center
in Niagara Falls, New York. These are the only three Paul Anka shows for the spring and summer, so you can be sure that people
will be coming from all over the East Coast and beyond to catch a show by the legendary performer. The only other date Paul
Anka has set for 2014 so far is on November 12th at Providence Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Providence, Rhode Island. If
you are unable to make any of these dates be sure to come back to StubHub regularly to see when he adds more dates.
About the Artist
Paul Anka is a legendary singer and songwriter who has penned classic songs for himself and
others and has been working in the entertainment business since 1955. In addition to writing classic songs like "Put Your
Head on My Shoulder" which he recorded himself, Paul Anka has written some of the best known songs recorded by legendary artists
including Tom Jones' "She's a Lady" and Frank Sinatra's "My Way". He has been performing for over half a century and remains
one of the top singers on the road today. Paul Anka tickets are available for this pop singer/songwriter from Canada who became
a sensation in the 1950s with hits like Puppy Love. Paul Anka was part of the teen idol crowd in the '50s that all the girls
in poodle skirts swooned over. His music played at diners and sock hops across the country, which is why you should jump at
the chance to see him live. Unlike many teen idols, Paul Anka maintained his popularity after growing up, and in fact increased
it due to his amazing voice and unbelievable songwriting skills. To this day Paul Anka continues to perform around the world
and wow audiences with his stage presence and singing ability.
It did not take long for Paul
Anka to achieve fame, he recorded his first single, I Confess, when he was only 14 years old and traveled to New York shortly
afterwards where he performed an audition for ABC. Before long, Paul Anka recorded another song, Diana, which hit number one
int the US and Canada and has since become one of the top selling singles of all time by a Canadian artist.
The chance to see a legitimate pop music icon performing live does not come along often, and when it is
a Paul Anka concert it is an opportunity not to be missed. For many just being in the same room as someone like Paul Anka
is a dream come true and when the house lights finally dim and they strut out onto the stage and prepare to sing there is
an electricity in the air that is palpable. Before you know it a legendary voice is saying hello to the crowd and one of the
first groups to hit the stage begins a classic song from the glory days of pop music. These are some of the most well known
songs in all of music and continue to be covered by some of the most popular performers in music to this day. The night progresses
and it is like being transported back through time and being given a history of pop music. After all these years, Paul Anka
remains at the forefront of the pop music world and by the time the night is over you are anxiously awaiting the next chance
to see Paul Anka in action.
During the Eighties Paul Anka was recorded berating the members of
his band and the recording became very popular. Much of the lines Anka used to insult his band were later used word for word
during a famous speech by Al Pacino's character in the movie Oceans 13.