Charlie Wilson Philadelphia Tickets
Charlie Wilson has been an R&B and soul icon for a very long time. In a career that stretches back over forty years, he has achieved quite a lot and has been nominated for the Grammy Award seven times. He has also won an NAACP Image Award, a Lifetime Achievement Award BET Award, a BMI Icon Award and a Soul Train Icon Award. He has released seven albums to date and has been a big draw for crowds each time he heads out on tour. You can now be a part of this experience too because he is about to hit the road again. Grab your Charlie Wilson Philadelphia tickets and watch the legend, as he takes to the stage at The Mann Center For The Performing Arts.
It is not easy for artists to find success as solo performers after being part of a successful group in the past. Many have tried and failed to make the change, however, Charlie Wilson is one singer who not only made the transition successfully, but also managed to garner an even greater fan base as a solo artist.
Wilson was born in 1953 to Reverend Oscar Wilson. It was during his father’s sermons that he had his first experiences of singing. He and his two brothers would sing for their father’s congregation while their mother played the piano. That gave the brothers the musical base they needed to eventually launch ‘The Gap Band.’
Wilson’s successful tenure with the band lasted forty three years however it did not stop him from branching out on his own. He released his first solo album in 1992 and in total has released seven albums to date, five of which have managed to finish in the top twenty of the Billboard charts.
Wilson has been rewarded for his amazing work in the field of music with several honors and awards. He is a seven time Grammy Award nominee, the winner of the NAACP Image Award, a winner of the BET Lifetime Achievement Award and a winner of the BMI Icon Award.
Now the icon is heading out on tour and here is the chance all his fans have been waiting for. Book your Charlie Wilson Philadelphia tickets and watch him perform to some of his most memorable tunes live at The Mann Center For The Performing Arts.