Heartbreak Hotel Tickets
Named after one of Elvis Presley’s most popular songs, Heartbreak Hotel is a new musical which tells the story of The King’s journey from an unknown musician to the cusp of superstardom. It is now premiering on Broadway so, get your Heartbreak Hotel tickets at the earliest and enjoy this show live at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place. From the creators of the Tony Award winning musical Million Dollar Quartet, Heartbreak Hotel promises to take you on a thrilling ride, featuring hit songs from Presley himself including, That’s All Right and Tutti Frutti.
Heartbreak Hotel Tickets
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Elvis Presley is a cultural icon whose music not only transcended generations but also changed the dimensions of rock and roll forever. Now, a new musical, Heartbreak Hotel will highligh his life and career. This show is currently being performed at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place so, grab these Heartbreak Hotel tickets before they are sold out.
Elvis Presley: From a Truck Driver to the King of Rock and Roll
If it weren't for the owner of Sun Records, Sam Phillips’ trust in Elvis Presley, he might not have become the star he became later on. Fueled by passion for music, Presley decided to become a singer-songwriter in the early ‘50s and recorded two-sided acetate disc, "My Happiness and That’s When Your Heartache Begins" in 1953 which caught the attention of Phillips. A year later, he cut a second acetate at Sun Records, "I’ll Never Stand In Your Way and It Wouldn’t Be the Same Without You" but it didn’t get him anywhere. At the same time, he auditioned for a spot in the group, Songfellows but failed to impress the band. Frustrated, he started to work as a truck driver for the Crown Electric Company.
Elvis Presley was then called by Sam Phillips, along with bassist Bill Black and guitarist Winfield Moore, for a recording session. The trio tried hard to produce something impactful in the session but it did not work out. Then Presley started singing Arthur Crudup’s That’s All Right. Black and Moore began jamming with him and Philips was hugely impressed. He then urged them to record a cover version of the song which was later played extensively by the famous Memphis DJ, Dewey Phillips on his show, Red, Hot and Blue. The track received great reception from the fans which helped kick off a very successful partnership between Presley and Phillips.
In 1956, Elvis Presley came out with his debut self-titled studio effort. Produced by Sam Phillips and Steve Sholes, the record turned out to be a chart-topping success in the U.S. and was included in the Rolling Stone’s list of the, ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time.’ He then dropped two more number-one records, ‘Elvis’ and ‘Elvis’ Christmas Album’ out of which the latter marked his first record to go multi-platinum in the U.S.
From that point onwards, he went on to drop one hit album after the other, cementing his place among legends in the process. At the same time, Presley made a name for himself as an actor and starred in several major Hollywood blockbusters. In 1986, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Heartbreak Hotel: Live the Story of The King
The jukebox musical, Heartbreak Hotel is written and directed by Floyd Mutrux and it’s the prequel to his show, ‘Million Dollar Quartet.’ Mutrux described his new spectacle in words,
“This is the story of 18 months of the life of a truck driver, and how he and his music impacted the world around him.”
The musical premiered at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine where it ran from August 30, 2017 to September 30, 2017. It casted Eddie Clendening as Elvis Presley, Jerry Kernion as Col. Tom Parker (Presley’s manager), Matt McKenzie as Sam Phillips, the founder of Sun Records and Christopher Sutton as Dewey Philips, the popular Memphis DJ. The show also featured Nathan Yates and Matt Codina as Bill Black and Scotty Moore respectively.
Heartbreak Hotel Chicago Tickets
In January of 2018, the producers of Heartbreak Hotel, the owner of Elvis Presley Enterprises and Authentic Brands Group (ABG) announced that the musical will finally be playing on Broadway. On June 30, 2018, the show made its Broadway debut at Chicago’s Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place where it is scheduled to run till September 30, 2018. The Heartbreak Hotel musical Chicago tickets are in demand. So, if you want to take a trip down memory lane with the King of Rock and Roll, then book your Heartbreak Hotel tickets before it’s too late.
Heartbreak Hotel Tickets Prices
The average price for Heartbreak Hotel Tickets start from $728. The minimum get in price is $54 for Heartbreak Hotel Tickets at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, Chicago. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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