Vikki Carr Schedule
Vikki Carr has been entertaining audiences for years and is presently playing shows. Keep an
eye out on StubHub for future concerts, as there are likely more to come as audiences consider Vikki Carr to be a must see
live performer. She is playing a couple of shows in the fall at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California and Cerritos
Center in Cerritos, California. Get your tickets now to see Vikki Carr play a number of songs from a mix of genres, ranging
from country to jazz. Not only does Vikki Carr sing in English, she is also known for singing music in Spanish. Vikki Carr
reaches a broad audience and audiences will not regret scheduling to see her now.
About Vikki Carr
Carr is the stage name for Florencia Bisenta de Casillas Martinez Cardona, who was born in El Paso, Texas. As Vikki Carr,
this three-time Grammy Award-winning talent has utilized her ability to sing beautifully in Spanish to build quite the name
for herself. In 1962, Vikki Carr signed with Liberty Records and immediately had a hit on her hands. The song "He's a Rebel"
reached the top of the charts in Australia and on the charts in the United States. Interestingly, the producer Phil Spector
release a cover version of the song that was billed to The Crystals, which reached number one on the charts.
Vikki Carr was clearly a talented musician and was recognized by those who watched her perform. She
traveled to Vietnam with Danny Kaye to entertain American troops who were stationed overseas. The following year, she released
the album It Must Be Him. The album was nominated for 3 Grammy Awards and the song "It Must Be Him" reached the number three
slot on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. The Recording Industry Association of America recognized the album as
Gold. There were two additional songs that made it to the top of the charts: "The Lesson" and "With Pen in Hand." She received
praise from fellow performers as well as the fans that kept purchasing her albums and listening to her songs. According to
Dean Martin in the late 1960s, Vikki Carr was "the best girl singer in the business." It is no surprise that the artist had
ten singles on the pop charts in the United States, along with thirteen albums. Vikki Carr was a well sought after performer.
She was asked to perform on 6 specials for London Weekend TV and was on ABC's The Bing Crosby Show. The Los Angeles Times
recognized her as the "Woman of the Year" in 1970. She was even fortunate to have guest-hosted with Johnny Carson on The Tonight
Show. In the early 1980s, Vikki Carr received a Hollywood Walk of Fame star. What is more is that Vikki Car is one of few
musical artist that has performed for five presidents: Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bill Clinton.
In addition to great recognition in the United States, Vikki Carr has received acknowledgement for her talent in the Latin
music industry because of her songs sang in the Spanish language. The Spanish-language albums have also received gold and
Vikki Carr Trivia
Vikki Carr is known for being a humanitarian, in addition to an artist.
Over the years, she has devoted much of her time and resources to supporting the United Way, American Lung Association, Muscular
Dystrophy Association and St. Jude's Hospital. For more than 22 years, she has continuously put on a concert in San Antonio,
Texas in support of Holy Cross High School and offers the Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation provided to Hispanic students
in California and Texas. The scholarships have totaled more than a quarter million dollars.
Vikki Carr Live Show
Vikki Carr has been performing since going on the road in 1959, which is about 55 years. Vikki Carr explains
what she has been doing to Broadway World, "I've been doing concerts. My whole thing is trying to present who I am, a Mexican
American who had success in English, and thanks to that success, I was able to record the first all Spanish album […]
I want to do the show of who I am. I'm able to, thank God, draw all kinds of people to my concerts. It's the whole thing:
Are you an entertainer? Can you tell stories? Can you make people laugh? Do they feel it? Do they cry with you? Now, at this
stage of my career, my whole idea is I'm going to be who I am and have always been, not having to apologize for it." It is
no better than to hear the words come for the artist herself to know exactly what you will get when you acquire your tickets
to see her perform in concert. There is no doubt that it will be well worth experiencing Vikki Carr as the woman she is on
stage at this point of her career, as she is coming from a place of incredible experience.