Brenton Wood Tickets
Brenton Wood, the man behind the R&B classics, “The Oogum Boogum Song” and “Gimme Little Sign”, is back for a series of high profile performances. Get these Brenton Wood Tickets if you don’t want to miss out on this amazing opportunity.
Brenton Wood recently gave a sold-out, completely jam-packed performance in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate 50 years of performing in the music industry. The evening also featured other artists such as The Floaters, The Dramatics and Lisa Lisa.
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Brenton Wood will now be performing a series of shows in the summer, kicking off with one at the Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie, followed by Greek Theater in Los Angeles and then a month later, at the SAP Center. Tickets for these shows are selling like hot cakes. Get yours before they are completely sold out!
Who is Brenton Wood?
Brenton Wood is nothing short of a legend. For those of you who are unaware of his fame, here is a little refresher.
Born in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1941, as Alfred Jesse Smith, Brenton Wood began showing interest in music making in college. He was inspired by the likes of Sam Cooke and Jesse Balvin and learned to play the piano at a young age. After signing up to a local label, he started making music, with his early singles not managing to generate much interest. But fame was not far for him.
Brenton Wood Breakthrough
Wood first got his major breakthrough after signing up with Double Shot Records and releasing the single “The Oogum Boogum Song”. This song was an instant hit and managed to climb up to No. 19 on the US Billboard R&B Chart, also charting (at No. 34) on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1967.
Even though this song was the biggest thing that happened to Brenton Wood at the time, it was only the beginning as the best was yet to come. After “The Oogum Boogum Song”, Brenton began working on his next project. “Gimme Little Sign” was released a few months later and managed to become the biggest hit of Brenton Wood’s career, selling more than a million copies and getting the coveted gold disk.
Success continued to follow the rising star as he released yet another charting single, “Baby You Got It”.
A Long Musical Journey
Brenton Wood continued to make outstanding music for decades that followed. He has released a total of eight albums, with the latest one being Lord Hear My Prayer, in 2009. In addition to that, he has also released three compilation albums and several chart singles. Brenton Wood continued to make successful music, thanks to his sheer talent and singing ability. He is considered to be the best of the pre-baby boomer period which has helped artists leave a notable mark on the structure of R&B music. His music appeals to a wide range of audiences and has been particularly adored by Latinos in California.
His vocal style has been appreciated by fans and critics alike. Talking about it, Peter Lindblad of Elmore Magazine says,
“Applying his lithe vocal stylings—so wonderfully pristine and precise, tightly clinging to every melodic curve with effortless grace—to sweet, heavenly blends of modern pop and soul, Wood wasn’t given to showy displays of hubris. Pure simplicity and attention to detail in designing concise, mellifluous arrangements—brought to life by deft, delicately textured instrumental guile—were hallmarks of the singer/songwriter’s craft, warmly celebrated in this finely curated museum of feel-good, catchy recordings Wood so artfully cut for Double Shot.”
Brenton’s Music in Film and Television
In addition to being a top favorite in the music industry, Brenton also managed to make a notable impact on the film and television sector. His song “The Oogum Boogum Song” has been featured on Beverly Hills 90210, The Last Days of Disco, Duck Dodgers, Lymelife, Colors, Treme, Love, Simon and Devil’s Due.
Other songs that have appeared in television include “Gimme Little Sign”, which also played in the background in one of the episodes for Beverly Hills 90210. It was also a part of The Shack 2017 film and Shopgirl in 2005.
With all this fame to his name, Brenton Wood shows no sign of slowing down. Even at the age of 76, the R&B and soul singer is going stronger than ever before. If you want to catch him live in action, you need to get your hands on these Brenton Wood Tickets. The singer-songwriter from Louisiana is not an act to be missed, so get the tickets soon!
Brenton Wood Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Brenton Wood tickets is $201. The date and location for this event is 20-Sep-19 at Alex's Bar, Long Beach. The minimum get-in price for Brenton Wood tickets is $198.
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