The Spinners Tickets
The Spinners is soul music group belonging to Detroit, Michigan. The band was formed almost five decades ago and has been active in the music scene since then. Spinners initially found success during the R&B and pop era of the 70s. Several of their hits made it to top charts across the nation and around the globe. Today the band continues to perform onstage and offstage and its fan base hasn’t decreased over the years. If you are planning to attend their soulful live performance, you can do so by securing The Spinners tickets from our website.
The Spinners Venues
- The Spinners American Music Theatre
- The Spinners Bergen Performing Arts Center
- The Spinners Canyon Club - CA
- The Spinners Eastside Cannery Hotel and Casino
- The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials Kupferberg Center for the Arts - Colden Auditorium
- The Spinners Saban Theatre
- The Spinners The Rose - Pasadena
The Spinners Cities
The Spinners Schedule 2017-18
- The Spinners, Eastside Cannery Hotel and Casino tickets for 03/25 08:00 PM Eastside Cannery Hotel and Casino
- Sat Mar 25 2017
- The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials, Bergen Performing Arts Center tickets for 04/06 08:00 PM Bergen Performing Arts Center
- Thu Apr 06 2017
- The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials, American Music Theatre tickets for 04/07 07:30 PM American Music Theatre
- Fri Apr 07 2017
- The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials, Kupferberg Center for the Arts Colden Auditorium tickets for 04/08 08:00 PM Kupferberg Center for the Arts Colden Auditorium
- Sat Apr 08 2017
The Spinners was formed by a group of friends that grew up together in Ferndale. The love for music developed in them at a very young age and as they grew up they decided to form a band. Billy Henderson, Pervis Jackson, Henry Fambrough, Jame Edwards and C. P. Spencer initially formed the R&B band under the name of "The Domingoes." The lineup changed over time as Spencer and Edwards left. In 1961, the band changed its name to "The Spinners." The name was inspired from the car hubcups and the way they spun on car wheel.
The Spinners’ very first track to make it to number twenty seven on the charts was That’s What Girls Are Made For from 1961. Another single named Love (I’m So Glad) I Found You released from Tri-Phi Records also managed to peak number ninety one. However rest of their collaboration with the record didn’t get much attention. The band found instant fame when they made their debut performance at the famous Apollo Theatre. Right after that their single I Will Always Love You made it to number thirty five at the charts. Later in sixties another of their single "Truly Yours" hit Billboard R&B chart as well.
The Spinners suffered from a chart draught for five consecutive years till finally in 70s their track It’s A Shame managed to hit number fourteen. Soon after that the band signed to Atlantic Records and released "2nd Time Around." In 1972, when Philippe Wynne joined the band, it really took off on its journey of success. Before that although the band was highly respected and looked forward too, it hadn’t received the much wanted commercial success. In this new era The Spinners managed to release five songs that made it to Top 100 lists. When they released their self titled album in 1972, finally the band started to be counted among the top R&B groups of the era.
The Spinners followed a hard but straight road to success. In the 80s band managed to release two hits Cupid and Working My Way Back To You. They also managed to make it to the top of Hot 100 Billboard list that year. Over the years the group has had several changes in the lineup; however the soul of their music is consistent. The band still tours excessively and their concerts are always sold out events. Currently the surviving original members of the band are Jessie Peck and Charlton Washington. Pervis Jackson toured with the band until he died of cancer in 2008.
The Spinners, after more than five decades of service to the music industry was nominated for induction in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2011. Every now and then The Spinners hit the limelight with their famous R&B hits from the 70s as they are revived over the radio and television. Currently the band is touring around the country with its surviving members as well. Their concert is scheduled near your city this season as well. If you are a 70s music person, specially soul & R&B lover, attending their live concert will not be less than a treat, In order to do so, secure The Spinners tickets before there are none left.
The Spinners Events Tickets Prices
The average price for The Spinners Tickets start from $134. The minimum get in price is $53 for The Spinners Tickets at the Kupferberg Center for the Arts - Colden Auditorium, Flushing. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The Spinners||Agoura Hills||3-Mar-17||$136||$55|
|The Spinners||Beverly Hills||5-Mar-17||$136||$67|
|The Spinners||Las Vegas||25-Mar-17||$165||$86|
|The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials||Englewood||6-Apr-17||$134||$55|
|The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials||Lancaster||7-Apr-17||$180||$86|
|The Spinners & Little Anthony and The Imperials||Flushing||8-Apr-17||$163||$53|
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