Petula Clark Tickets
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Petula Clark began wowing audiences with her pristine voice as a young child in Great Britain. Now, more than 50 years later, she continues to share her sparkling vocals, superior acting ability and charismatic stage presence with her fans around the world. Petula remains a prolific artist and has recorded over 1,000 songs, appeared in hit movies and acted in acclaimed stage shows.
Fans looking to catch a show on a Petula Clark tour will have many chances to do so. This legendary singer and actress will be touring at various locations in the U.S., including the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California and the One World Theatre in Austin, Texas.
Petula Clark's biggest hits
Petula began her career by singing to British WWII soldiers in the '40s and has continued recording her music in all the decades since. Her musical hits number in the dozens and have charted all over the world. She appeals to multiple generations in every family.
Petula Clark's biggest hits include "Downtown" from 1964, which reached No. 1 and also went gold. "Downtown" remains a fan favorite and prompts group sing-alongs at every concert. Three other of her songs earned gold, including "My Love," "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" and "This is My Song." Other hits include "I Know a Place," "Color My World" and "A Sign of the Times."
Petula Clark's entertainment career
In the 1960s, Petula Clark starred in two classic movies: Goodbye Mr. Chips and Finian's Rainbow. She also played sold-out concerts in Vegas at Caesar's Palace and at the Cocoanut Grove, as well as other famous venues like the Copacabana. She drew legendary fans to her concerts, such as Frank Sinatra and Barbra Streisand. She has always been a singer's singer.
In the '70s, Petula became a Vegas phenomenon on the order of Celine Dion, drawing in large crowds night after night. She also performed concerts around the world, particularly in Europe. The French adored her songs recorded in their language, so she was a star in France.
Later, she starred on Broadway in Blood Brothers and on stage in The Sound of Music. She also played Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber's version of Sunset Boulevard, a role coveted by actresses everywhere.
Petula Clark's awards
Petula has earned a long list of awards and honors. In 2003, she was inducted into the Grammy Awards Hall of Fame, an honor reserved for legendary singers. She also received the Guinness Book of World Record's award for the most successful female solo recording artist in Britain. She stayed on the U.K. pop charts for a longer span than any other British female artist: 54 years from 1954-2008, an astounding achievement.
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