John Prine Nashville Tickets
The talented, country/folk singer John Prine will be performing a two-night special concert at the Ryman Auditorium in 2016. Watch him as he recreates some of his most celebrated hits since he made his entry into the music industry in 1971. Sing along to chart-toppers ‘Illegal Smile’, ‘Paradise’, ‘Christmas in Prison’, ‘The Missing Years’ and ‘Sam Stone’, among others. Joining him will be guest artists Christ Smither and Iris DeMent. Watch some of country music’s renowned singers live. To catch anyone of the upcoming concerts, all you need to do is purchase John Prine Nashville tickets.
Grammy winning songwriter/singer, John Prine continues to entertain fans as part of his latest touring edition. Become a part of his forthcoming concerts in Nashville. Make bookings in advance as soon as you can.
John Prine’s Early Years
John Prine is an Illinois-born folk/country artist who has been actively recording, composing and performing since 1971. Before his big break he was seen performing open mic nights in Armitage Avenue in Chicago during the sixties. John began his career as a songwriter composing songs for Fred Holstein, Bonnie Koloc, Steve Goodman and Jim Post. He was soon performing live events with established artists such as Bob Gibson and Jethro Burns.
Recordings & Releases
John Prine released his debut self-titled album via Atlantic Records in 1971. With hits ‘Sam Stone’ and ‘Paradise’ the album made its way to Rolling Stone Magazine’s ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time’ list in 2003. Since 1971, the artist has released 22 studio albums (working with record label giants Asylum, Oh Boy, Rhino and Atlantic Records). Apart from his own releases, John has composed successful hits such as David Allan Coe’s ‘You Never Even Called Me by My Name’, Steve Goodman’s ‘The Twentieth Century is Almost Over’ and Howie Epstein’s ‘The Missing Years’.
John Prine’s Two-Night Special in Nashville
John’s musical career spanning over four decades has won him UK BBC Radio 2’s ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ for songwriting in 2003. He also received induction into the prestigious Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in the same year. In 2005, he was honored with a performance at the Library of Congress and with this became the first singer to do so. To watch him perform live, all you need to do is get John Prine Nashville tickets.