sam smith Chicago Tickets
Sam Smith garnered widespread critical acclaim when his 2014 single “Stay with Me” topped the UK Singles Chart and received a platinum certification. The singer-songwriter cites being highly inspired by pop divas such as Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and the likes. Just like these artists, his music fuses elements of pop and soul. Since his debut in 2012, he has won six MOBO Awards, a BRIT Award and an American Music Award among others. He released his debut album, In the Lonely Hour, in spring 2014. It landed in the number one spot on the UK Albums Chart. Smith is now out on the album tour and will be performing at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois. So grab Sam Smith Chicago tickets and enjoy the show.
Sam Smith is one of the fastest rising pop stars in the UK and the US. The singer’s music is rooted in soul, rhythm and blues and pop. Beginning his music career in 2007, he has collaborated with some of the biggest names on both sides of the Atlantic. These include Naughty Boy, Disclosure, Juun and Nile Rodgers among others. His most notable singles include “Latch,” “La LaLa” and “I’m Not the Only One.”
The first precursor to Sam Smith’s debut album came in early 2013, as the single “Lay Me Down.” After a year’s gap, he released two more singles prior to the album; “Money on My Mind” and “Stay with Me.” Both singles were well received in the UK where they topped the UK Singles Chart and went platinum.
In May 2014, he released his debut album, In the Lonely Hour, through Capitol Records label. The album peaked at number one in the UK and New Zealand. It secured a number two position in Australia, Canada and the US Billboard 200. So far, the album has sold over a million copies and received a double platinum certification in the UK.
Smith is now out on the album’s promotional tour and will be visiting major cities in Europe, Canada and the US. His tour is next bringing him to Chicago for a performance at the UIC Pavilion. So grab Sam Smith Chicago tickets and enjoy his music.