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Bryan Ferry TicketsWith the suaveness and sophistication of a 1940s movie star, Bryan Ferry has become as much of a fashion and style symbol as he is a musical icon. Ferry came to prominence in the '70s and '80s as the lead vocalist and songwriter of the band known as Roxy Music. The '70s seem like an ideal time for Bryan Ferry and his London-based band as the new wave scene was flourishing and the overall music scene was undergoing a transformation. Uncompromising in his style, Bryan Ferry has amassed a large following while his work has the unique distinction of both being reminiscent of the '70s and '80s era and retaining a timeless quality beyond classifications.
Ferry Continuing to Sail With Strong TailwindsBryan Ferry's first solo album of the new millennium came in 2002. Released on Virgin Records, Frantic is Ferry's eleventh studio album and saw David A. Stewart and Robin Tower co-produce some of the tracks. Frantic was critically acclaimed and set the tone for Bryan Ferry's presence in the 2000s. Five years later, Dylanesque, an album consisting exclusively of Bob Dylan covers, would reach several Top 10 charts. For those that were keen on seeing Bryan Ferry reunite with his Roxy Music cohorts, the 2010 release titled Olympia featured former bandmates Eno, Manzanera and MacKay. The album was reminiscent of the greatness of decades past as the effort was received well by critics. The album was lauded as exhibiting the same Roxy Music perfectionism fans worldwide had come to expect. Since Olympia, Bryan Ferry has created three more studio albums: The Jazz Age (2012), Avonmore (2014) and Bitter-Sweet (2018). Bitter-Sweet marks Bryan Ferry's sixteenth studio album and is dedicated to his friend Jeremy Catto.
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What is a Bryan Ferry concert like?You can expect Bryan Ferry to perform a mixture of his older hits, his more recent work and even some interesting renditions of other artists' tunes, which have been known to include songs of John Lennon and Neil Young, among others. Band members play masterful solos, and Bryan Ferry moves and dances elegantly, reminiscent of the Roxy Music days.
What other bands has Bryan Ferry been in besides Roxy Music?As a young man studying fine art at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, his musical escapades at the time included being a member of the bands The Banshees, City Blues and The Gas Board.
What awards and honors has Bryan Ferry received?Bryan Ferry has been nominated for two Grammy Awards. One was in 1988 for Best Album Package for Bete Noire, and the second was in 2000 for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for As Time Goes By. Other awards that Bryan Ferry has received include the BMI Icon Award as well as the French Legion of Honor. In 2011, he was made a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours, a list that recognizes the achievements of exceptional people across the UK.
What should I expect from the Bryan Ferry setlist?Fans can expect to hear Roxy Music songs, including "Don't Stop the Dance," "Slave to Love," "Stronger Through the Years," "My Only Love" and "Oh Yeah." Covers from other artists include Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice" and John Lennon's "Jealous Guy."
Where is Bryan Ferry playing?Bryan Ferry is touring in the US and Canada. Stops on the tour include the Chicago Theatre, the Fox Theatre Detroit, the Citizens Bank Opera House Boston, the Capitol Theatre Port Chester, The Met Philadelphia, the Tabernacle Atlanta, the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., the Majestic Theatre Dallas, the Paramount Theatre Denver, the Greek Theatre Los Angeles, the Fox Theater Oakland and the Moore Theatre in Seattle, Wash. He will also have shows at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto and the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Vancouver.
Which artists are similar to Bryan Ferry?Bryan Ferry isn't the only English rocker who has achieved success as a member of an art-rock band before going on to a successful solo career. If you're looking for tickets for acts that are similar to Bryan Ferry, consider seeing former Genesis frontman and '80s icon, Peter Gabriel, or former Japan frontman, David Sylvian.
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