Christopher Cross Tickets
People who have attended before the Christopher Cross concert certainly have no hesitation in attending a future concert, even if they have to come from far-fetched places. This is because the Texas based pop rock artist provides an excellent concert experience to the attendees.
Christopher Cross Venues
- Christopher Cross American Music Theatre
- Christopher Cross Forest Hills Fine Arts Center
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The Grammy winning musician is famous for his top ten hit singles including Sailing, Ride like the Wind and Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do). In 1981, the song, Sailing has won three Grammy Awards in the category of Best Arrangement, Best Song of the Year and Best Record of the Year. Moreover, his gold certified song, Arthur's Theme has won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song in 1981. With co-composers Carole Bayer Sager, Burt Bacharach and Peter Allen, Cross has also won an Oscar for Best Original Song in the same year.
The Christopher Cross concert is a unique blend of the artist’s old and new hits that never fail to delight the music enthusiasts, so do not hesitate to book your share of the Christopher Cross tickets . Between 1980 and 1983, Christopher has charted a total of eight songs on the Billboard Top 40 charts. He has co-written and sung the song, A Chance for Heaven that helped define the 1984 Summer Olympics. The brilliant superstar also co-wrote and sang an enchanting song, Loving Strangers for the movie, Nothing in Common. Last but not the least, his electrifying single, In the Blink of an Eye has enjoyed huge success in Germany and surrounding regions in 1992.
Since the inception of his music career in 1979, Cross has released several studio albums including Christopher Cross, Another Page, Every Turn of the World, Back of My Mind, Christmas Time Is Here, Doctor Faith and the list goes on. In 1981, Cross won a Grammy for Album of the Year – Christopher Cross and another Grammy for Best New Artist. The album, Doctor Faith is undoubtedly Christopher's finest work to date because it gives an interesting insight of men who are not afraid to act their age.
Released in December 1979 through the Warner Bros., the self-titled debut album is considered to be the most influential soft rock album of the eighties. In 1980, the album rocketed to number six on the US Billboard Pop Albums chart. By selling over five million copies, the album received a multi-platinum certification in the US. Not only this, the album was also certified gold with shipments of over two hundred thousand records in Italy. The chartbusting pop singles of the Grammy winning album include Ride Like the Wind, Sailing, Never Be the Same and Say You'll Be Mine.
In January 1983, Cross released his second studio album, Another Page that climbed the Billboard Pop Albums chart at number eleven. Although it was not commercially as successful as the debut album but still received a gold certification by the RIAA. Some of the hit singles of the album include No Time for Talk, Think of Laura and All Right. In 1984, the single, Think of Laura reached at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 chart while his single, All Right reached number twelve on the same chart in 1983. An instrumental version of the song, No Time for Talk has also been featured in the movie, American Anthem while the single, Think of Laura has appeared in the daytime drama, General Hospital.
Christopher Cross performs regularly and extensively hosting around hundred live shows per year. By regularly hitting the concert road, he has spawned a massive fan following. Also, Cross is very humble and personable; he poses for pictures with his avid fans and signs autographs for them at the end of the show. If you want to meet your favorite artist, it is a good time to book your Christopher Cross tickets .