Charlie Puth Tickets
Bursting onto the music scene in 2015, Charlie Puth took the fans by storm with his single “See You Again” that also featured Wiz Khalifa. The 24-year old musician has already achieved more than some artists could dream of in a lifetime. His debut album “Nine Track Mind” peaked on the Billboard 200 and even before the entire album came out, he had been nominated at the Grammy Awards. Puth has collaborated with several big guns in the pop music scene including Meghan Trainor, Lil Wayne and Trey Songz. His debut album includes collaboration with the dynamic Selena Gomez for the song “We Don’t Talk Anymore”. Speaking of Gomez, Charlie Puth recently shared an exciting news with the fans – he and the Same Old Love singer are going on tour! With Puth and Gomez sharing the stage, fans can expect a mind-blowing performance. Charlie Puth tickets are also available for his upcoming solo concerts, scheduled from March till April.
Latest Charlie Puth Events
- iHeartRadio Jingle Ball: Shawn Mendes, Fifth Harmony & Diplo, Wells Fargo Center - PA, tickets for 12/07 7:30PM at Wells Fargo Center - PA, Philadelphia, PA
- Wed Dec 7 2016
- Z100's Jingle Ball: Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, The Chainsmokers & Meghan Trainor, Madison Square Garden, tickets for 12/09 7:30PM at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
- Fri Dec 9 2016
Charlie Puth Announces Arrival With a Healthy Dose Of Pop
After putting the fans through a long wait, Charlie Puth finally released his debut album in January 2016. “Nine Track Mind” was definitely worth the wait featuring a blend of R&B and hip-hop and given a final treatment of power-pop gloss. A polished effort, Charlie Puth has shown some incredible maturity by producing wonderful and infectious songs. The album includes collaborations with Meghan Trainor, Shy Carter and Selena Gomez. “We Don’t Talk Anymore”, a duet with Gomez, has been performed beautifully by both the singers as they pour out their feelings following a breakup. The poignant lyrics hit home, but the guitars keep the spirit upbeat. With the two singers hitting the road together this year, fans with Charlie Puth tickets can look forward to a live rendition of the breakup duet.
Puth will start his solo run in March that will extend well into April, special performances planned at some of the popular venues. He has also announced a UK Tour that starts in May and the phenomenal crooner will rock the stage in several cities before heading back home.
More Interesting Things About Charlie Puth
There might still be some people who are not familiar with Charlie Puth – yet. It won’t be long before his singles like “Suffer”, “Some Type of Love”, “Marvin Gaye” and “One Call Away” dominate the radio airplay. Puth’s entry into the music world was a quiet one as he worked behind the scenes producing and writing songs for other artists. He gained instant recognition after he collaborated with Wiz Khalifa on the song “See You Again”, a tribute to Paul Walker. The single became a global hit, topping the Billboard 200 and appeared in the final scene of Furious 7.
A real deal himself, Charlie Puth is a versatile singer who can effortlessly move from pop to urban. He was interested in music even as a child and although he didn’t belong to a well-off family, his parents worked hard to support his music education. His parents’ knowledge in music exposed him to a variety of styles – his mother being a piano teacher encouraged him to listen to classical melodies, whereas his father introduced him to R&B artists like Marvin Gaye, The Isley Brothers and Barry White. With time he got more and more involved in music and produced and recorded his own songs when he was in just 6th grade. He went door to door selling his CDs and his breakthrough came when he participated in Perez Hilton Covers Contest. Ellen DeGeneres discovered him in 2011 and after appearing on her show, his talent came out in front of almost 30 million people. Since then the New Jersey singer hasn’t looked back and is climbing the success ladder with his incredible vocals and brilliant songwriting.