James Taylor North Charleston Tickets
The five-time Grammy Award winning singer and guitarist, James Taylor is now coming to the North Charleston Coliseum for a scintillating live performance. Taylor rose to prominence in the 70s with his single, Fire and Rain. His powerful lyrics and impressive songs have earned him legions of fans. His 1970 breakthrough album, “Sweet Baby James” was followed by a series of albums; apart from one all attained a gold or higher certification. Taylor’s 1976 album, “Greatest Hits”, became a certified diamond record and sold more than ten million copies alone. His live performances remain a priceless delight for his fans. Get James Taylor North Charleston tickets before there are none left in stocks.
The internationally acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist, James Taylor is now coming to the North Charleston Coliseum for a thrilling live performance. Taylor has carved a niche in the music world with his introspective songs and modest calm voice. He writes and sings songs that allow his audiences to relate to his music. James Taylor has won five Grammy Awards in addition to numerous other prestigious accolades for his works. He has also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. To catch this enduringly popular artist live on stage, Hallbuy your James Taylor North Charleston tickets while they are still available.
James Taylor gained mainstream exposure in 1970 with his single, Fire and Rain. The song reached number three on the charts and also paved way for his album, “Sweet Baby James”, which also became a success. His first number one single, You’ve Got a Friend, released the following year, and made Taylor the new sensation in the music world. Since then all his regular albums released till the end of the century, went gold or higher, apart from one. His 1976 album, “Greatest Hits”, became certified diamond and sold over ten million copies across the globe.
In 2012, French government awarded James Taylor with the distinguished Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters. Earlier in 2011, President Barak Obama had also honored him with the National Medal of Arts. This is your chance to watch this artist in a live concert. Do not miss it.