The Lettermen Tickets
The Lettermen is one of the oldest groups in the history of pop music. They came under the spotlight when they released their successful single, The Way You Look Tonight in 1961 and since then they have gone to release several hit records. Now, the Vocal Group Hall of Fame inductees are once again embarking on a tour and will be playing shows in some of the most popular venues around. So, what are you waiting for? Take a trip down memory lane and listen to their collection of hits live by booking The Lettermen tickets now.
The Lettermen Cities
- The Lettermen Palm Desert CA
- The Lettermen Greensburg PA
- The Lettermen Las Vegas NV
- The Lettermen Plant City FL
The Lettermen Tickets
- The Lettermen, Mccallum Theatre tickets for 02/24 03:00 PM at Mccallum Theatre,Palm Desert, CA
- Sun Feb 24 2019
- The Lettermen, Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds tickets for 03/07 03:30 PM at Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds,Plant City, FL
- Thu Mar 07 2019
- The Lettermen, Showroom at South Point Hotel And Casino tickets for 03/23 07:30 PM at Showroom at South Point Hotel And Casino,Las Vegas, NV
- Sat Mar 23 2019
The legendary pop group from Las Vegas who got the world singing to their hits in the early 60s, The Lettermen is back! Yes, that is correct. The band will be taking the show on the road once again and is scheduled to perform gigs at venues like the Foellinger Theatre, the Cache Creek Casino Resort Event Center and the Andy Williams Moon River Theatre. If you want to enjoy their performance live then this is your chance to do just that. Simply, grab a pair of The Lettermen tickets now before it is too late.
Formed in the late 50s, The Lettermen was founded by Dick Stewart, Tony Butala and Mike Barnett. The trio auditioned for the, ‘Newcomers of 1928’ and won the part by impersonating the vocal group, The Rhythm Brothers. The band became a hit and started to play to sell-out audiences. Stewart and Barnett then quit the band, leaving Butala as the sole member. He was later joined by two students from Brigham Young University, Bob Engemann and Jim Pike.
In 1960, The Lettermen signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Record which released the trio’s first two singles, Two Hearts and Their Hearts Were Full of Spring. Both songs failed to impress the critics and the fans. The group then signed with Capitol Records and a year later in 1961 and came out with a single, The Way You Look Tonight. The song brought them massive success and charted at the thirteenth spot on the Billboard Hot 100. In the same year, the trio spawned another hit single titled, When I Fall in Love which landed at the first spot on the Adult Contemporary chart.
The Lettermen slowly started to establish a solid fan base and released their studio album, ‘Once Upon a Time’ in 1962. The album featured twelve songs on the tracklist out of which, How is Julie? reached the sixteenth spot on the Billboard Easy Listening. Over the next few years, the group went on to achieve a lot of success by coming out with many successful albums like, ‘Jim, Tony and Bob,’ ‘College Standards,’ ‘A Lettermen kind of Love’ and ‘Look At Love.’
Making people dance to rhythm of their beats
The Lettermen became extremely popular among the fans of pop music in the mid 60s. The group raised the bar by releasing a string of very famous songs like, Theme From a Summer Place, Secretly, Sweet September and I Only Have Eyes For You. The former and latter landed at the second and fourth spot on the Adult Contemporary chart respectively.
In 1967, the trio put out its studio album, ‘Warm’ which gave a single, Chanson D’Amour that became a huge hit. Written by Wayne Shanklin, the song appeared in the British sitcom, ‘Are You Being Served?’ in 1984 and was also covered by stars like, The Manhattan Transfer and The Fontane Sisters. Before the end of the decade, The Lettermen came out with their critically acclaimed record, ‘I Have Dreamed’ in 1969 which received three stars out of five from AllMusic. Since then, the group has recorded several hit studio albums and has also churned out fourteen compilation records.
They are not done entertaining you yet
The Lettermen have had a very successful run in the music industry. The group has recorded sixteen Top 10 Adult Contemporary singles and has released eleven gold selling albums in total. They have also spawned thirty two consecutive albums to chart on the Billboard Hot 200. Moreover, they have also been nominated five times for a Grammy Award. The Lettermen has also starred in an episode of a television show, ‘Dobie Gillis.’
The group is now going on a tour and will be performing shows in main cities like, Fort Wayne, Branson, Brooks and Austin. So, if you are a fan of their music then get your hands on The Lettermen tickets today if you don’t want to miss out on their live performance.
The Lettermen Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! The Lettermen's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Palm Desert at the Mccallum Theatre on 24-Feb-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Greensburg at the Palace Theatre - PA on 19-May-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|The Lettermen||Mccallum Theatre||Palm Desert, CA||Sun Feb 24 201903:00 PM|
|The Lettermen||Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds||Plant City, FL||Thu Mar 07 201903:30 PM|
|The Lettermen||Showroom at South Point Hotel And Casino||Las Vegas, NV||Sat Mar 23 201907:30 PM|
|The Lettermen||Palace Theatre - PA||Greensburg, PA||Sun May 19 201903:00 PM|
The Lettermen Ticket Prices
The average price for The Lettermen Tickets start from $55. The minimum get in price is $36 for The Lettermen Tickets at the Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds, Plant City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The Lettermen||Palm Desert||24-Feb-19||$1,607||$295|
|The Lettermen||Plant City||7-Mar-19||$258||$36|
|The Lettermen||Las Vegas||23-Mar-19||$55||$50|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.