Charlie Wilson Milwaukee Tickets
Charlie Wilson needs no introduction. He’s one of the most well-known voices in R&B music, both as a solo singer as well as the former member of the funkadelic trio, The Gap Band. Following the release of his 7th album “Forever Charlie” in early 2015, the artist has been on Forever Charlie Tour. Uncle Charlie hit the road in January and recently announced the second leg of his trek. The tour will continue with special guests, Kem and Joe and the new stops include St. Louis, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Tampa and Miami. On June 14, Wilson will be rocking the BMO Harris Bradley Center and Charlie Wilson Milwaukee tickets for the show have gone on sale.
Nine times Grammy Award nominee, singer Charlie Wilson is a showman extraordinaire. He co-founded The Gap Band with his two brothers and the trio rocked funk, R&B tunes from 1967 to 2010. After the disbandment, Wilson showed no intention of slowing down and embarked on a solo career. His hits include There Goes My Baby, Without You and Charlie, Last Name Wilson.
Charlie Wilson is hailed as the “de-facto father of new jack swing” by his fellow musicians. Artists like R. Kelly and Aaron Hall have paid homage to Wilson’s distinct vocal style and he’s been an inspiration of many aspiring musicians. At 62, Charlie Wilson has kept the music alive in him and continues to compose ingenious melodies by embracing contemporary music. Besides producing R&B staples like Outstanding and Yearning for Your Love with The Gap Band, Uncle Charlie has also collaborated with younger artists like Justin Timberlake and Snoop Dogg. With the two he featured on the single “Signs” that made it to the Billboard charts. He also collaborated with Pharrell Williams to produce the Grammy nominated single, “Beautiful”.
Fans with Charlie Wilson Milwaukee tickets will get to enjoy the live versions of these incredible numbers. He shows the crowd a great time with his unique vocals and keeps them on their feet. It will be a triple treat this time with Kem and Joe joining him on the stage.