Ronnie Milsap – 2014 Concert Schedule
With an estimated 35 million records sold worldwide and six Grammy
Awards under his belt, country musician Ronnie Milsap is one of the leading figures of his genre, and he has inspired countless
other artists. His dozens of number 1 hits have been favorites for generations of fans, and now you will get to hear all of
his unforgettable songs performed live in concert when he heads to a venue near you during his tour. Ronnie Milsap will be
performing at venues and events like the Central Wisconsin State Fair, the Walker Center in Wilkesboro, Milwaukee's Pabst
Theater, Bellville's Austin County Fairgrounds, Gulf Greyhound Park in La Marque, the Rivers and Spires Festival, Country
Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge, and plenty more. Visit StubHub today to get your Ronnie Milsap concert tickets, and get ready
to have a blast at this living legend's show!
About Ronnie Milsap
Country musician Ronnie Milsap rose
to popularity in the 1970s, and he set the stage for other artists who made the successful crossover from country to pop or
rock music. Beginning in 1973, Ronnie Milsap scored his first country hit with the song, "I Hate You." The single climbed
to the number 10 position on the chart, and he later joined country legend Charley Pride on tour. During this time, Ronnie
Milsap also released the number 1 songs "Pure Love" and "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends," the latter of which earned
him a Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.
By the mid-1970s, Ronnie Milsap was quickly becoming one
of the top country music stars. His number 1 singles like "(I'm a) Stand By My Woman Man" and "What a Difference You've Made
in My Life" dominated the charts, and he won another Grammy Award in the category of Best Male Country Vocal Performance.
Other popular hits during this time included "It Was Almost Like a Song," which reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot Country
Singles chart, number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 7 on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.
the new decade began, Ronnie Milsap continued to generate even more crossover hits, like "Smoky Mountain Rain," which topped
the country charts and the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. Songs like "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me," "I Wouldn't Have
Missed It For The World," "He Got You," "Any Day Now," "Stranger In My House," "Don't You Know How Much I Love You," "Show
Her," and "Lost In the Fifties Tonight," were also successful crossover hits for the country star. In fact, "Lost In the Fifties
Tonight" scored Milsap yet another Grammy Award win for Best Country Vocal Performance.
As the 1980s came to a close,
Ronnie Milsap continued to release a steady stream of singles that dominated the country charts, including "She Keeps the
Home Fires Burning," "Snap Your Fingers," "In Love," "Where Do The Nights Go," and another Grammy Award winner, "Make No Mistake,
She's Mine," which was a duet with Kenny Rogers. Throughout his prolific career, Ronnie Milsap's music has left a lasting
legacy, and he continues to actively tour.
Ronnie Milsap's Breakthrough Album
Country star Ronnie Milsap
first got his big hit with the song, "I Hate You," after which he began to establish himself as an up-and-coming country artist.
Several number 1 singles followed, like "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends" and "Pure Love." By the middle of the 1970s,
Ronnie Milsap was proving to be one of country music's most popular stars, and he began to score countless crossover hits.
Throughout the next decade, Milsap kept his successful streak going, and by the end of the 80s, he already had six Grammy
Awards. In addition to his Grammy Awards, Ronnie Milsap was awarded with many other accolades and awards, including Country
Music Association Awards for Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year, and Entertainer of the Year. In light of his remarkable
achievements in the genre, Ronnie Milsap was recently selected to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Ronnie Milsap Trivia
When was Ronnie Milsap inducted into the Grand Ole Opry?
Ronnie Milsap was inducted
into the Grand Ole Opry in 1976.
Since his debut, country musician Ronnie Milsap has been
one of the most popular performers in his genre. With songs like "Smoky Mountain Rain," "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me," "I
Wouldn't Have Missed It For The World," and "He Got You," he continued to scoop up countless awards during the height of his
popularity, and now this iconic entertainer is currently underway on another exciting concert tour. Whether you've been a
fan of Ronnie Milsap since the beginning, or you recently just discovered his classic country tunes, all fans are sure to
have an incredible time at his show. For an unforgettable country music experience, be sure to check out Ronnie Milsap's next
concert at a venue near you.