Van Morrison New York Tickets
Van Morrison is among the greatest all time singers to have explored such a variety of genres as soul, rock & roll, blues, jazz, Celtic folk, pop balladry, and rhythm & blues among others. He recently released album Born to Sing: No Plan B and is now taking a short tour of North America in support of the album, including a couple of concerts in New York. These include performances at the Beacon Theatre and the Theater at Madison Square Garden, where he has played concerts before. His latest offering has won much critical praise from the likes of The Rolling Stones, Billboard and Q, so don’t miss his epic New York shows. Grab your Van Morrison New York tickets now to enjoy him perform live.
Folk rock / jazz-pop icon Van Morrison released album Born to Sing, No Plan B last year, marking his first album release since Keep It Simple of 2008 and thirty-fifth overall on Blue Note Records. The artist is now taking a short North American tour in support of the offering, and the places he will perform at include New York among other cities. The upcoming Van Morrison New York shows will be held at the Beacon Theatre and the Theater at Madison Square Garden where he has performed before. Rumor has it that at the Gardens, he will be playing alongside his daughter Shana Morrison. It’s no surprise why Van Morrison New York tickets have stirred up excitement for his NYC fans.
Morrison is counted among the most brilliant singers of all time, who has explored a variety of genres including rock &roll, pop balladry, Celtic folk, rhythm & blues, soul, blues and jazz among various others. His discography covers more than forty albums, the most recognized among which include Moondance, Tupelo Honey, Common One, Avalon Sunset, A Sense of Wonder, Enlightenment and Silence, among others.
Born to Sing has won significant critical acclaim receiving four incredible stars on reviews by such publications as The Rolling Stones, Billboard and Q. It has been described as the Morrison’s ‘jazziest’ album yet, alongside being described as being similar to his 1970’s Moondance with its sweet, catchy melodies and warm brass. His New York concerts will simply be a treat to watch, so don’t miss.