M Ward Tickets
M Ward released his first album titled as Duet for Guitars #2 through Ow Om Records, a record label run by Howe Gelb. In 2001, he released the album End of Amnesia through Future Farmer Records which also well received and the subject of a number of reviews in the music press. This was followed by a live album titled as Live Music & The Voice of Strangers released several months after. He then went on to perform recordings for a number of other artists and bands including Cat Power, Beth Orton, Neko Case, The Court & Spark, Jenny Lewis and My Morning Jacket. He also co-wrote the song Comfort of Strangers, the title song of a Beth Orton album. As a record producer, he worked on Jenny Lewis’s first album, Rabbit Fur Coat, as a co-producer.
M Ward also performed heavily during this time. In 2004, he performed on the Vote for Change tour alongside the famous band R.E.M and popular artist Bruce Springsteen. He also performed on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, playing the guitar for Bright Eyes. Following this performance, he was the subject of a feature article by Newsweek that also reviewed his upcoming album titled as Transistor Radio. One of his songs was also part of A Brokedown Melody, a surf documentary by Chris Malloy. In 2005, he joined a number of other musicians such as Aaron Burtch, Jason Lytle, Jim Fairchild, Marie Frank and Scout Niblett as a member of the Howe Gelb music project Arizona Amp and Alternator.
In 2006, M Ward produced I Am the Resurrection, a John Fahey tribute album as well as recorded a song for it. He then performed vocals and the guitar on the song Sinkin’ Soon that was part of Not Too Late, a Norah Jones album. He also toured with Norah Jones as part of the Handsome Band. His cover of Let’s Dance, a David Bowie song, was part of the soundtrack of the movie, Eagle vs Shark. He was also a member of Rodriguez, a band that was also home to Kyle Field of Little Wings fame. This band released an album titled as Swing Like a Metronome. In 2006, his next album Post-War was released which went on to received rave reviews from the media include a feature and interview by Vanity Fair. This album was released through Merge Records and featured guest performances by Neko Case, Howe Gelb and Jim James.
In 2006, M Ward also recorded a song with famous actress Zooey Deschanel that led to the duo founding the band, She & Him. They then began work on their debut album which he produced and released in 2008 as Volume One through Merge Records. He also performed live on the Late Night with Conan O’Brien show alongside Zooey Deschanel. In 2009, he released his sixth album, Hold Time, which was also massively successful.
M Ward and Zoeey Deschanel then became judges at the Independent Music Awards and went to assist emerging indie musicians with their careers. In 2009, he also released the first album from his Monsters of Folk project and in 2011, the album A Very She & Him Christmas was released through She & Him. His solo discography consists of eight albums and his group discography consists of eight albums. As an artist who is widely successful in his solo career and as a part of bands like She & Him, he is definitely someone to enjoy live with M Ward tickets clutched tightly.
US Top Christian Albums chart and second on the Canadian Top Classical Albums chart as well. It was also certified platinum in the US. Their second album ranked first on the Top Classical Albums charts and third on the Canadian charts, receiving a platinum certification as well. This is therefore no ordinary vocal quartet; it is a two times platinum certified group that has sold thousands of albums and has attracted nearly a million viewers, a feat that means that The Canadian Tenors tickets cant be left behind.
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