Damien Escobar Tickets
Damien Escobar knew he wanted to be a violinist at age eight. Now in his thirties, the prodigy has become one of the most recognized musicians in the world. His brand of hip-hop inspired violin pieces have resonated well with audiences and won him various accolades such as the Grammys. However, life has not always been easy for Escobar and he has been through great adversity to find his way back to music. The 2017 live shows can be considered his comeback to the world of music. Damien Escobar tickets for them are still available, so book them to see the artist in all his recovered might.
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Damien Escobar was a child prodigy who graduated from the prestigious Julliard School of Music at age thirteen. Together with his brother Tourie, he began a musical group in which the duo would play an innovative, aggressive form of violin which reflected the hip-hop beat of their neighborhood Jamaica, Queens. Initially, the two would play on trains, in parks and anywhere they could gather an audience.
According to Damien, growing up in their neighborhood was challenging as kids around them were into hip-hop and rap while Damien and his siblings were listening to Bach and Beethoven. The Escobar children were called all kind of names but that just encouraged them to perfect their art. Damien did not become bitter towards them and instead gained inspiration from hip-hop and rap as well. His brand of violin-playing began infusing hip-hop and became more inclusive.
The brothers got their big break in 2008 when they appeared on the reality television show America’s Got Talent as the act “Nuttin’ but Stringz”. They made it to the finals and gained a great deal of fan following. However, after it, they had no concrete plan of action and therefore disbanded in 2012. This particularly had consequences for Damien Escobar as he spiraled into depression, drug abuse and eventual homelessness.
The Dark Period
Escobar went from living in an expensive condo in Manhattan to sleeping on subway trains when all his money ran out. He and his brother had ended the group and gone their separate ways. Escobar also retired from music, considering the musician’s lifestyle a dangerous one. He tried to find purpose in his life, and to pull himself back on his feet, and therefore became a realtor. After gaining enough financial stability to support his family with, Escobar found his calling as a violinist again. He began working from the grassroots upward to regain his career. In the process, the musician has won two Emmys and a Grammy.
In 2017, Damien Escobar is a constructive musician whose career is steadily on the rise. He now has a family whom he loves and provides comfortably for. Perhaps he gained inspiration from them when he penned his first children’s book “The Sound of Strings”. He has also begun his signature line of violins and music programs designed for children. With his second coming, Escobar does not simply want to pave a path for himself; he also wants to give others the opportunity to pursue their musical endeavors.
He is committed to building his career around his fans, who he terms as “good people”. The musician wants to cater to his global fan base and be as accessible to them as he can. As a result, Escobar has increased his appearances on television talk shows. He has been telling his story to interviewers such as Jerry Springer and Katie Couric so that it can inspire others to achieve their dreams.
Along with these various endeavors, the violinist has announced Damien Escobar tickets for live shows where his fans can have an exclusive experience with him. So far, the tour is national, and headed to a number of cities in the U.S. Concert halls and theaters in New York, Cleveland, Chicago, Monroe, Washington D.C. and many other cities have been booked up throughout 2017 for his shows. Damien Escobar is back on the map, and he has no intention from getting off it any time soon.
Damien Escobar Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Damien Escobar tickets is $88. The date and location for this event is 19-May-19 at Keswick Theatre, Glenside. The minimum get-in price for Damien Escobar tickets is $72.
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