Lenny Kravitz Tickets
Singer, songwriter, composer, record producer, and multi instrumentalist, Lenny Kravitz is a dynamic individual who has managed to produce record-breaking music that caters to various genres of music. The American born artist is famous for incorporating various elements of R&B, rock, reggae, soul, ballads, folk and hard rock into his music. Exposed to multiple genres at an early age, Kravitz’s musical style garnered praises for his fusion of music from the start of his career. His work has gained international success and topped charts worldwide. Winner of multiple awards and nominations, Kravitz won four successive Grammy Awards for “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance” from 1999 to 2002. His stage performances bound and mesmerize the audiences and by obtaining Lenny Kravitz tickets, the fans can experience the flair of the rock and roll artist themselves.
Born to a wealthy and established family as Leonard Albert Kravitz in 1964, the artist developed his singing skills and learned guitar, piano, bass and drums after his family moved from New York to California. His mother, Roxie Roker, was a famous actress and his father Sy Kravitz was a renowned television producer. His first music exposure came through his parents in the form of jazz, R&B, blues and classical. His father was also a famous jazz promoter and was friends with Bobby Short, Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald among other jazz musicians. Lenny Kravitz joined the California Boys Choir on his mother’s persuasion where he trained his vocals while attending the Beverly Hills High School. His musical style was also influenced by his exposure to soul musicians including Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Motown, Glads Knight and Curtis Mayfield etc. In LA, Kravitz also gained exposure to rock music by listening to Kiss, Aero Smith, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and The Who, and was attracted to the rock and roll lifestyle. Later he adopted the stage name "Romeo Blue" in an attempt to pursue his major influencer at that time "Prince."
After returning to New York, Lenny Kravitz released his first album Let Love Rule, with Virgin Records in 1989. The album rose to fame in Europe but saw mixed success in the US. During this time, Lenny Kravitz was also romantically involved with Lisa Bonet who was his roommate and later became his wife. The album followed numerous tours and openings especially for Bob Dylan and David Bowie, and placed Kravitz on the road to success. In 1990, Kravitz penned a song for "Madonna," which became an instant hit and established Kravitz’s commercial success. The song "Justify My Love" became widely infamous for its music video and was banned on MTV, but sold over half a million copies at record stores. In 1991, Kravitz produced another album for French artist, "Vanessa Paradi," and played number of instruments for the album. After his divorce with Lisa Bonet, Kravitz released his second album Mama Said that portrayed his depression over the break up. The album reached the top forty spot and gave Kravitz his top single "It Ain’t Over til it’s over," that got to the second spot on Billboard chart. The album also incorporated various collaborations with artists including "Slash," and "Sean Lennon".
In 1993, the Lenny Kravitz got the opportunity to work with his idols "Curtis Mayfield," and "Al Green". He also appeared on Mick Jagger’s Wandering Spirit as well as worked with Aerosmith. During the same year, he released his third album Are You Gonna Go My Way that secured the twelfth position on Billboard 200 and won him a BRIT Award. His next album Circus (1995) managed to reach at number ten on Billboard with singles like "Rock and Roll is Dead". Kravitz introduced digital instruments for the first time on his album 5 (1998) which opened doors to even wider listeners. The album was awarded a multi-platinum status and earned Kravitz his initial Grammy Awards. Kravitz released four more albums; however, his most notable album was his Greatest Hits (2000) that sold over eleven million copies worldwide.
Lenny Kravitz’s dynamic persona has allowed him to collaborate with numerous artists including, Madonna, Mick Jagger, Steven Tylor, U2, Jay Z etc. He is famous for his live performances and is one of the three international artists to perform at Copacabana Beach twice, drawing in over half a million in crowd. Lenny Kravitz tickets can allow fans to catch the super star live in action for an exhilarating experience.
Lenny Kravitz Tickets Prices
The average price for Lenny Kravitz Tickets start from $142. The minimum get in price is $37 for Lenny Kravitz Tickets at the Gillette Stadium, Foxborough. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Guns N' Roses & Lenny Kravitz||Foxborough||19-Jul-16||$270||$37|
|Guns N' Roses & Lenny Kravitz||Foxborough||20-Jul-16||$204||$44|
|Guns N' Roses & Lenny Kravitz||East Rutherford||23-Jul-16||$510||$106|
|Guns N' Roses & Lenny Kravitz||East Rutherford||24-Jul-16||$221||$49|
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