Spyro Gyra Tickets
After giving the music lovers hits such as ‘Shaker Song’ and ‘Morning Dance’, the talented band Spyro Gyra is back with another one of their amazing concerts. The renowned band has been making it big in the music industry since the past 39 years. Their live shows are truly worth watching and if you haven’t seen one yet, here is your lucky chance. Grab your Spyro Gyra concert tickets now to mark your attendance at this next one.
Spyro Gyra Tickets
- Buy Spyro Gyra, Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre Tickets for 06/23 08:00 PM Spyro Gyra, Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre tickets for 06/23 08:00 PM at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, Rochester, NY
- Tue Jun 23 2020
- Buy Spyro Gyra, One World Theatre Tickets for 09/04 07:00 PM Spyro Gyra, One World Theatre tickets for 09/04 07:00 PM at One World Theatre, Austin, TX
- Fri Sep 04 2020
- Buy Spyro Gyra, One World Theatre Tickets for 09/04 09:30 PM Spyro Gyra, One World Theatre tickets for 09/04 09:30 PM at One World Theatre, Austin, TX
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- Buy Spyro Gyra, Musical Instrument Museum - Music Theater Tickets for 10/09 07:00 PM Spyro Gyra, Musical Instrument Museum - Music Theater tickets for 10/09 07:00 PM at Musical Instrument Museum Music Theater, Phoenix, AZ
- Fri Oct 09 2020
This talented group of musicians was brought together in 1974 by songwriter and saxophonist Jay Beckenstein. Although the band’s line-up has seen many changes over the years, however the quality of music produced by the band has not been affected. The current line-up comprises of co-founder Jay Beckenstein playing the saxophone, pianist Tom Schuman, Julio Fernandez on guitars, Scott Ambush on bass and Lee Pearson on drums and percussion. Together they make Spyro Gyra one of the best jazz bands of today.
Moreover, not only does the band play jazz fusion but it blends together R&B, funk, smooth jazz and sometimes pop music to produce a terrific new sound. It all started when Jay was in high school along with keyboardist Jeremy Wall. The two formed the band but later parted ways for college; however, they continued playing during summers at outdoor concerts.
While in college in Buffalo, Jay played along various groups at clubs as the backing vocalist. Wall joined him after graduating and the two resumed the band again within a year. According to Wall, their music was a "gutbucket of rhythmic tradition. We did simple music and esoteric stuff. It all came together, this oddball mix, until we found a middle ground, our own groove". The band kept playing and gained more exposure by playing at more sites around Buffalo. More members joined the band but Wall left in 1978 to never return to the group. The others carried on without him and released their debut self-titled album which found a place on Billboard’s Top 40 Jazz Albums of 1978. The group then released album after album and kept reaching newer heights of success and popularity with each one of them.
Spyro Gyra has received 12 Grammy Award nominations up till now. The first nomination was in 1980 for the "Best Jazz Fusion Performance" for ‘Catching The Sun’ and the second and third in 1982 for "Best Rhythm and Blues Instrumental Performance" for ‘Stripes’ and "Best Jazz Fusion Performance" for ‘Incognito’. Similar nominations followed in 1983, 1984, 1985, 2007, 2008, 2009 and in 2010 for different categories on popular songs by the band such as ‘City Kids’, ‘Access All Areas’, ‘Shakedown’, ‘Alternating All Currents’, ‘Down The Wire’, ‘A Night Before Christmas’, ‘Wrapped in a Dream’ and ‘Good to Go-Go’.
Apart from that, Spyro Gyra bagged the ‘George Benson Lifetime Achievement Award’ in 2007 at the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards. This is an honor few bands are bestowed with and Spyro Gyra is one of those lucky few. Also, many of their albums have received Gold and Platinum certifications and have sold millions of copies out in the market. To date, the band has released 30 albums and has sold more than 10 million copies of them. Not only are their albums massive hits but their concerts are equally popular as well. Over the years they have succeeded in winning the hearts of countless people all over the world and have found themselves a dedicated and loyal fan base.
One of the best jazz concerts of today awaits your presence. Do not let this chance go to waste and purchase your share of Spyro Gyra tickets right away. We guarantee you will have a memorable time and will surely come back for more of such amazing concerts by getting Spyro Gyra tour tickets.
Spyro Gyra Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Spyro Gyra's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Rochester at the Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre on 23-Jun-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Phoenix at the Musical Instrument Museum - Music Theater on 9-Oct-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Spyro Gyra||Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre||Rochester, NY||Tue Jun 23 202008:00 PM|
|Spyro Gyra||One World Theatre||Austin, TX||Fri Sep 04 202007:00 PM|
|Spyro Gyra||One World Theatre||Austin, TX||Fri Sep 04 202009:30 PM|
|Spyro Gyra||Musical Instrument Museum - Music Theater||Phoenix, AZ||Fri Oct 09 202007:00 PM|
|Spyro Gyra||Musical Instrument Museum - Music Theater||Phoenix, AZ||Fri Oct 09 202009:00 PM|
Spyro Gyra Ticket Prices
The average price for Spyro Gyra Tickets start from $125. The minimum get in price is $76 for Spyro Gyra Tickets at the One World Theatre, Austin. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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