The Commodores Tickets
For decades, the Commodores made some of the most iconic music in the history of funk/soul. The group is a powerhouse performance house that was once home to none other than Lionel Richie. After churning out hits after hits back in the Motown days, the band finally got their first Grammy win with “Nightshift.” They still continue to be one of the most popular groups around, with tickets for their shows selling out like hot cakes. If you want to catch the legends with their new lineup, live in concert, these The Commodores Tickets are just the thing you need.
The Commodores Tickets
- Buy Commodores, Seminole Casino Immokalee Tickets for 02/17 08:00 PM Commodores, Seminole Casino Immokalee tickets for 02/17 08:00 PM at Seminole Casino Immokalee, Immokalee, FL
- Mon Feb 17 2020
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- Fri Feb 28 2020
The Commodores will be performing some of their top hits in a series of concerts across North America. The concerts will take the band to iconic venues such as the Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center, the Tropicana Casino, the Star Of The Desert Arena, the North Star Mohican Casino Resort, the Mountain Vinery, the Grand Victoria Casino and the Celeste Center. With a band so wonderful at venues so amazing, who would want to miss the fun.
About The Commodores
Commodores, the funk/soul band from Tuskegee, Alabama, formed back in 1968 and managed to achieve its peak by the late 1970s. At that time, the members of the group were freshmen at the Tuskegee University. They came into notice early on when they got a chance to open for The Jackson 5 on tour. Before long, the group was signed on to Motown and started working on their debut music.
Lineup of the Commodores
Initially, the group formed as a six-man band, who were all described by Lionel Richie as “jazz buffs.” The most noteworthy members of the group were Thomas McClary, Lionel Richie and William King, who were from the student group the Mystics and Andre Callahan; Milan Williams and Michael Gilbert from the student group Jays.
After settling on the name, the group started performing at school events.
After winning an annual talent contest in their freshmen year, The Commodores began playing at small fraternity parties and a few weekend gigs here and there. The band also got the chance to appear in a 1978 movie called Thank God It’s Friday, and performed their song “Too Hot ta Trot”.
Gradually, the group started gaining some attention in the local music markets. Their instrumental track, “Machine Gun” became a staple at sporting events and is also featured in many films. It peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100.
A Long Series of Successes
Success for The Commodores started to flow as they released a hit after hit in their early years, gathering a huge fan following before long. Their instrumental song “Cebu” was also a major hit and became a sports anthem.
The Commodores released three albums in the time period between 1975 and 1976, namely, Caught in the Act, Movin’ On and Hot On The Tracks. These albums became the defining moments in the peak of The Commodores’ success, especially in reference to their harder funk period. Following this, the group changed its sound to a more mellow direction, with songs such as “Just To Be Close to You” and “Sweet Love”. Their 1977 track “Easy” became their biggest hit up till that point, peaking at No. 4. They finally touched the top spot on the charts with their 1978 song “Three Times a Lady”.
Lineup Changes and More Success
By the early 1980s, the band went through several lineup changes, with Lionel Richie leaving to pursue a solo career, along with McClary. Sheldon Reynolds joined in and keyboardist Milan Williams also parted ways with the group.
After experiencing a few hitless years, the band finally hit major scale success with their last Motown album, Nightshift. The Grammy Award winning title track from this album made sure that The Commodores were back on track with their hit making!
Awards and Honors
Over the years, the group has managed to leave quite an impact on the music industry, in particular the jazz music genre. They have been nominated for the Grammy Awards on multiple occasions, including he category of Best Inspirational Performance for “Jesus Is Love”.
And now, these living legends are bringing their amazing music to your town. If you want to listen to some of the best music by the Commodores, you need to get your hands on these The Commodores Tickets at the earliest. With the kind of fame that they have, these tickets are not expected to last very long!
The Commodores Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! The Commodores's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Immokalee at the Seminole Casino Immokalee on 17-Feb-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Tulsa at the Osage Casino on 28-Mar-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Commodores||Seminole Casino Immokalee||Immokalee, FL||Mon Feb 17 202008:00 PM|
|The Commodores||Isleta Casino & Resort - Showroom||Albuquerque, NM||Fri Feb 28 202008:00 PM|
|The Commodores||Osage Casino||Tulsa, OK||Sat Mar 28 202007:00 PM|
The Commodores Ticket Prices
The average price for The Commodores Tickets start from $77. The minimum get in price is $47 for The Commodores Tickets at the Isleta Casino & Resort - Showroom, Albuquerque. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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