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Patti Austin signed her first record deal at the age of five. It has been almost sixty years since that day and this legendary jazz singer has shown no signs of stopping anytime soon. She has seventeen albums to her name, most of which have charted regularly on the US Billboard and the US Jazz music charts. She has also made a name for herself by collaborating with some of the biggest names in music and by winning the Grammy Award in 2007 for the “Best Jazz Vocal Album” for “Avant Gershwin.” Now she is heading out on tour to perform for her millions of fans everywhere. Get your Patti Austin tickets and enjoy watching one of the biggest names in jazz history, live in concert.
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If you look back in history, every decade has been dominated by a specific genre of music. While pop, rock and R&B have continued to be the most popular of music choices; others have become obscure and are generally considered old fashioned. Jazz music however has defied all odds and kept on growing over the years to become a global craze. A lot of that is down to the amazing jazz musicians who have graced the music industry over the years; people like Patti Austin.
Patti Austin is a jazz legend and one of the most respected singers in the business for almost sixty years. She has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the music industry and has released numerous timeless compositions that confound people to this day. She has also used her celebrity status to help those in need and is a famous philanthropist, working for several worthwhile causes all around the world. She is now planning on going out on tour and this is the best opportunity to see her in action. Book your Patti Austin tickets to enjoy a memorable concert, live at an arena near you.
Austin was born in 1950 to famous jazz trombonist Gordon Austin. Her father’s connections in the music industry meant that even from a very young age, she was associated with some of the biggest names in the business. Legendary artists Dinah Washington and Quincy Jones became her Godparents while Sammy Davis, Jr also had a big influence in her life and latter career. These people developed the talent in Austin and from the age of five, she started singing professionally and even signed a contract with RCA Records.
Her early entry into the industry helped Austin make many connections and gave her the opportunity to work with other established artists. She started singing back up and featured in songs by artists like Cat Stevens, James Brown, Bette Midler, Paul Simon, Roberta Flack and Diana Ross as well as countless others. She also started singing jingles in advertisements and came to be known as the “Queen of The Jingles” at one point before she moved to professional singing.
Patti earned invaluable experience while working the music circuit at the time and in 1976 realized that it was time for a solo album. She released “End of a Rainbow” which made it to number thirty one on the US Jazz music charts and became a minor success. Three more albums followed in the form of “Havana Candy” in 1977, “Live at the Bottom Line” a live album in 1979 and “Body Language” in 1980.
It wasn’t until 1981 that she released her first universally famous album, titled “Every Home Should Have One.” That album really put Patti on the map. She had found reasonable success in jazz circles but Every Home Should Have One propelled her to nationwide fame. Her debut single became her first to get on the Billboard charts, at number sixty two, while her second single "Baby, Come to Me," featuring James Ingram, surpassed all expectations and made it to the top of the Billboard charts.
Patti Austin has released a total of seventeen studio albums and two live albums. Almost all of her albums have done well in jazz circles and made appearances in the top fifty of the US Jazz charts. She has sold millions of copies around the world and also won a Grammy Award in 2007 for the Best Jazz Vocal Album for “Avant Gershwin.”
This legendary singer has achieved quite a lot in the fifty plus years she has been part of the music fraternity and with each new composition she tries to propel herself to even greater heights. Now that she is about to go on tour, this is your chance to catch her in the flesh. Grab your Patti Austin and listen to some of her greatest hits to date live as part of a concert you will not forget for a long time to come.