James Taylor Washington Tickets
This summer, one of the biggest folk and soft rock artists will perform live at the Nationals Park, in Washington, D.C. And he will not be alone. Accompanying James Taylor will be another legend, Bonnie Raitt. Taylor who shot to stardom in 1970 with Fire and Rain has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is also one of the best-selling music artists of all time with global record sales in excess of a 100 million. A five-time Grammy Award winning artist, Taylor is also the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and also a Kennedy Center honoree. With James Taylor Washington tickets in hand, you can expect to listen to Fire and Rain, Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight and other songs live.
Even though Taylor’s last studio album Before This World came out in 2015, he constantly tours to stay in touch with his fans.
An impressionable kid from down South
James Taylor was raised in rural Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The surroundings had an impact on young Taylor who years later would reminisce I feel as though my experience of coming of age there was more a matter of landscape and climate than people. He first learnt to play the cello as a child, but later switched to the guitar. His early influences were folk and blues music, which continue to this day.
James Taylor and his Music
Since 1968, Taylor has released 17 studio albums, out of which most have been certified Platinum (if not higher) in the US. His most successful albums have been JT, Sweet Baby James and Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon. Some of the biggest hits from these albums include Fire and Rain, Country Road, Carolina on My Mind and Something in the Way She Moves.
Taylor will soon be in the nation’s capital along with Bonnie Raitt to perform live for his fans. So get your James Taylor Washington tickets now, since Nationals Park isn’t big enough to accommodate all of Taylor’s and Raitt’s fans.