Lee Greenwood Tickets
Lee Greenwood has been captivating the audience for the past many decades through his mesmerizing voice, catchy tunes and unparalleled songwriting. He is an American country music artist who has been showered with praise and love by the American public since his arrival in the music scene. He has around 20 major label albums to his credit. He has produced thirty five singles that have found place on the Billboard Country Music Charts. His song “God Bless the USA” was named the best patriotic song ever. The song enjoys a prominent place in the cultural landscape of America. This song alone would have gained a special place for Lee Greenwood in the history of American music if he had not created any other song. But Lee is always busy creating one hit after another. He has a great passion for music and loves to create masterpieces of music.
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- Crystal Gayle & Lee Greenwood, Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center tickets for 11/01 07:30 PM Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
- Tue Nov 01 2016
- Lee Greenwood, St. Augustine Amphitheatre tickets for 11/13 04:00 PM St. Augustine Amphitheatre
- Sun Nov 13 2016
Lee Greenwood was born in South Gate, California. He spent his childhood days at his grandparent’s poultry farm in Sacramento after his parents separated. Greenwood was passionate about music even as a child. He started playing piano and saxophone when he was only seven. When he was nine he became a part of the dance ensemble. He made his first television appearance when he was still young after joining Chester Smith Band. He also worked with the singer Del Reeves but only for a short time. After gaining some experience he formed his own band named Apollo which was later renamed as the Lee Greenwood Affair. The band mostly played at the casinos in LA and entertained the people with their astounding pop music.
Larry McFadden, the bassist and bandleader of ‘Mel Tillis’ discovered Lee in 1979. Later on, he was signed by Nashville division of the MCA and McFadden became his manager. Lee Greenwood was appointed as the head of "National Council on the Arts" by President George Bush in November, 2008 for six year term.
Lee Greenwood’s debut single "It turns me inside out" found its way to the top 20 on the country charts. His song "Ring on her finger time on her hand" placed him in the top 10 on the country music charts. His best song to date is "God bless the USA" which became a huge hit in the Operation Desert Storm days in 1991. It surfaces on the music scene every time America needs to raise its spirit of patriotism, be it 9/11 or other such times. His other popular songs are; "Mornin’ Ride", "Dixie Road", "Somebody’s Gonna Love you", "Hearts aren’t made to break (They are made to love)", Going, going, gone", "I don’t mind the thorns (If you are the rose)", "Don’t underestimate my love for you" and "I.O.U" besides many others. He has won many accolades throughout his career. Country Music Association awarded him as the "best male vocalist of the year" twice. His track "God Bless the USA" has won the "best song of the year" award in 1985 by CMA.
Lee Greenwood has never been on rest and believes in setting higher goals to achieve after every success. His tours are full of energy and his live performance charms the audience. He has a way to get the audience connected through his distinctive voice and catchy music. As a songwriter, he writes meaningful and quality songs. His lyrics are worth listening and they become classy by his unique voice and superb music combinations. Currently, he is working on a new country album which will be far more than a comeback album. According to him, he wishes to reach the standards of Keith Urban, Brookes and Dunn, Tooby Keith and Martina McBride. He enjoys being competitive and has a passion for creating masterpieces.
Lee Greenwood is touring America this summer and playing all his popular songs live. Secure your Lee Greenwood Tickets now to see your favorite singer perform right in front of you and to enjoy a memorable evening out.