Alison Krauss Boston Tickets
Alison Krauss is credited with renewing music fans interest in the bluegrass genre. Having won 27 Grammy Awards, which ties her with Quincy Jones, she is the second most awarded living recipient of Grammys after Georg Solti. The big news is that she will be performing live in Boston soon and if you want to see her, you need to be at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in Boston, previously called the Bank of America Pavilion.
As she will be performing from her latest album Windy City, Alison Krauss Boston tickets are selling out fast, so get yours today.
Alison Krauss has also appeared on numerous soundtracks, such as Anthony Minghella’s 2003 epic war drama Cold Mountain and the Coens Brothers 2000 adventure movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?.
Alison Krauss for Beginners
For those who are not familiar with her work, Alison Krauss is a bluegrass-country singer and musician who has been performing since she was a child. She is a solo performer as well as a member of Alison Krauss and Union Station (AKUS), a bluegrass-country band. Krauss has collectively released fourteen albums, out of which her solo album Forget about It was certified Gold in the US, as well as Lonely Runs Both Ways, New Favorite and So Long So Wrong.
Voice, Style and Influences
Krauss possesses a soprano voice and is mostly influenced by Tony Rice, Ricky Skaggs and J.D. Crowe. Her songs are sad, and often cover themes of love and love lost. While Krauss remains a bluegrass-country musician and singer, she has collaborated with Sting and Phish, sometimes deviating into the pop genre.
What’s so Special about Windy City
For starters, it’s her first solo album in almost eighteen years. It did not leave the critics unimpressed with Entertainment Weekly calling Windy City the album which enforces Krauss' legacy as one of American music’s standout talents.
If you’re a bluegrass-country music lover and an Alison Krauss fan, these Alison Krauss Boston tickets are for you. Get them now before they are all gone.