Phil Vassar – 2014 Concert Schedule
Country musician Phil Vassar has taken country music fans by storm since
his debut in the 1990s. With hits like "Just Another Day in Paradise" and "In a Real Love," the superstar continues to dazzle
fans and audiences with his extraordinary talent. If you've been a longtime fan of Phil Vassar, or you've just recently been
acquainted with his music, fans of all generations will find his concerts to be an absolute thrill. Phil Vassar is now underway
on his 2014 concert tour, letting fans catch his show at venues and events like the Wisconsin State Fair, McLean County Fair
in Bloomington, the Tillamook County Fair, Dallas' Gas Monkey Bar N Grill, Umatilla County Fair, Hot August Nights in Sulphur
Springs, Dosey Doe in The Woodlands, Plymouth's Flying Monkey Performance Center, Jam At The Ridge in Le Roy, Millville's
Levoy Theatre, the Clayton Opera House, and many more. To experience everything that Phil Vassar's live concerts have to offer,
visit StubHub to get your tickets, and get ready to have a blast at the next show!
About Phil Vassar
star Phil Vassar first started to make a name for himself in the 1990s, when he co-wrote a number of singles for other musicians.
With songs like "My Next Thirty Years," "For a Little While," "I'm Alright," "Little Red Rodeo," and "Right on the Money,"
Phil Vassar was quickly establishing himself as one of the genre's most prominent songwriters. In fact, he was eventually
named as the "Country Songwriter of the Year" by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers for his incredible
work. Phil Vassar soon secured a recording contract, and he was poised to make his debut as a solo country artist. His self-titled
debut album was released in 2000, and it reached the number 23 position on the Top Country Albums chart, with a number 12
position on the Top Heatseekers chart. The album spawned a number of hit songs, including "Carlene," "Just Another Day in
Paradise," "Six-Pack Summer," and "That's When I Love You," all of which reached top ten positions on the Hot Country Singles
& Tracks chart.
In 2002, Phil Vassar followed up with his second studio album, "American Child," which was likewise
a success. The album reached number 4 on the Top Country Albums chart, and it also crossed over to the Billboard 200 chart
with a number 44 position. Led by its title track single, the album became a popular hit. After the release of "American Child,"
Phil Vassar returned to the studio to start working on his third album, "Shaken Not Stirred," which was released in 2004.
"Shaken Not Stirred" soared to the number 10 position on the Top Country Albums chart, and it included singles like "In a
Real Love," "I'll Take That as a Yes (The Hot Tub Song)," and "Good Ole Days." By 2006, Phil Vassar had released a greatest
hits album, which shot to number 2 on the Top Country Albums Chart.
After switching record labels, Phil Vassar continued
to release a number of records, and his fourth album, "Prayer of a Common Man" was released in 2008. The album sold more than
25,000 copies in just the first week of its release, and it entered the Billboard 200 chart at the number 10 position. "Prayer
of a Common Man" produced the single "This Is My Life," which charted at the number 35 position, and "Love Is a Beautiful
Thing," which made it to number 2 on the charts.
Phil Vassar's Breakthrough Album
Phil Vassar initially
got started in the country music genre as a songwriter, churning out hits for artists like Collin Raye, Tim McGraw, Jo Dee
Messina, Neal McCoy, and Alan Jackson. By 2000, Phil Vassar had scored a recording contract of his own, and he went on to
release his self-titled debut album, which made it to the number 12 position on the Top Heatseekers chart. Fans loved the
album's songs like "Carlene," "Just Another Day in Paradise," "Six-Pack Summer," and "That's When I Love You." Phil Vassar
quickly followed up with his second studio album, "American Child," which was also met with praise by critics and fans alike.
Reaching number 4 on the Top Country Albums chart, the album was a hit, and set the stage for his future success. Phil Vassar
continued to release a number of albums in the years that followed, including "Shaken Not Stirred," "Prayer of a Common Man,"
"Traveling Circus," and more.
Phil Vassar Trivia
Which university did Phil Vassar attend?
attended James Madison University, and it was during this time when he began playing the piano and performing in local clubs.
Country star Phil Vassar is one of the most exciting country performers around, and you are absolutely
going to love his live show. When songs like "Carlene," "Just Another Day in Paradise," "Six-Pack Summer," and "That's When
I Love You," fill the venue, you and the crowd will be reminded of what made you a fan in the first place. This talented country
musician is kicking off his tour for 2014, and this is not a concert you'll want to miss. Be sure to check out Phil Vassar
on his upcoming tour!