Sandi Patty Tickets
The most awarded female artist in the history of Christian contemporary music, Sandi Patty has been mesmerizing the audiences with her magical voice since the 70s. Born to a pianist mother and minister of music father, Sandi had music in her blood. Her first performance was at the age of two, when she sang Jesus Loves Me in church. Her musical career started off when she released her debut album titled “For My Friends”. It was an independent effort and was discovered by Singspiration Records. By 1979 she was signed to the record, which helped her find mainstream exposure. Now Sandi is on a tour and will shortly be arriving in your city. You can book the cheap Sandi Patty tickets online to attend her concert.
Sandi Patty Venues
- Sandi Patty Community Theatre At Mayo Center For The Performing Arts
- Sandi Patty McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center
- Sandi Patty Paramount Arts Center
- Sandi Patty The Palladium - Center For The Performing Arts
Latest Sandi Patty Events
- Sandi Patty, McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center tickets for 09/17 07:30 PM McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center
- Sat Sep 17 2016
- Sandi Patty, Community Theatre At Mayo Center For The Performing Arts tickets for 11/30 07:30 PM Community Theatre At Mayo Center For The Performing Arts
- Wed Nov 30 2016
Sandi Patty’s first professional album was "Sandi’s Songs". Her career further blossomed when she managed to won two GMA Dover Awards in the year 1982. In 1984, she embarked on a national tour for the very first time. Soon she was appearing in television shows such as The Tonight Show. She also performed at Fourth of July Extravaganza by Walt Disney. During late 80s and early 90s, Patty was performing in around two hundred concerts every year, with Sandi Patty concert tickets selling out fast.
Sandi Patty had a staff of around thirty people who managed her concerts and other affairs. She appeared in the docudrama America: A Call to Greatness in 1995. In those years, Patty was considered as the highest paid Christian music singer of the day, mainly because of her heavy touring and high profiled appearances in the public. Due to a number of personal life setbacks, Sandi gradually faded away from the mainstream in mid 90s. After a long hiatus, she started to rebuild her broken career. Eventually, she started performing in famous symphony orchestras such as Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony and Cincinnati Pops.
Sandi Patty also appeared in several Yuletide Celebration shows arranged by Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. In her autobiography as well as in several of her interviews, Patty confesses the wrongs that she has done in the past and asked forgiveness at several occasions from the people she might have hurt. She continued to appear in several television shows as well as toured across the world. In the year 2004, Patty was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Three years later she was also awarded the Summit Award by Music of the Rookies GMA.
Sandi Patty’s thirtieth recording titled "Songs for the Journey" was released in the May of 2008. It was followed by the release of an acoustic album titled "Simply Sandi". It is her very first project with her personal record label, Stylos Records. In 2012, she also starred as "Dolly Levi" in Broadway’s "Hello Dolly" which received rave reviews from the fans and the critics. Patty continues to inspire her fans through live concerts and releases. Be there at her upcoming concert with Sandi Patty tickets .
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