Tamar Braxton Tickets
Born in 1977 in Severn, Maryland, Tamar Braxton is an American singer, actress and television personality. The R&B singer got her first break as a founding member of a trio called, The Braxtons. This R&B music group released its debut album called So Many Ways in 1996, under the DreamWorks Records. In the same year, Tamar released her debut self-titled album as well. Her singing career took its time to take off initially, as she got dropped from her label early on. But not before long, she was back on the right track. If you want to catch this star live in action, grab these Tamar Braxton tickets at the earliest!
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The Career of Tamar Braxton
Tamar had a knack for singing since she was a toddler. She got a taste of the musical world after entering into the church choir with her siblings and eventually signing a recording deal with Arista Records in 1989.
After various ups and downs, Tamar decided to release some music as a solo artist. She released her debut solo album, Ridiculous, which had two buzz singles “Let Him Go” and “Just Cuz”. This album was named so, because of the variety of musical styles it featured within one compilation. Dreamwork Records, the label Tamar was signed on to, did not completely shelve the album, after its lackluster performance – instead, they abandoned three tracks and added a few new ones, renaming the whole piece, Tamar. The lead single from this album was produced by the famous Jermaine “J.D.” Dupri and also featured a few rap verses from Amil, the Jay-Z protégé. In addition to that, this album also featured production of tracks from Tim & Bob, Missy Elliot and Tricky Stewart. It peaked at 127 on the Billboard 200. After minor successes, she was dropped by her then label.
Following this, Tamar Braxton’s previously unreleased song called “Try Me” became a part of the soundtrack album for the film, Kingdom Come. Around the same time, the artist started collaborating with her sister, Toni Braxton, on a number of songs and music video cameos. Tamar also sang background vocals and contributed lyrics to several albums by Toni, including the The Heat, released in 2000, Snowflakes, released in 2001, More than a Woman, released in 2002, Libra, released in 2005 and Pulse, released in 2010. Tamar was also a backup singer for her sister’s Las Vegas revue called Toni Braxton: Revealed.
After releasing several nominally successful musical works, Tamar Braxton ventured into the territory of television. She starred in a reality series with her mother and sisters, called the Braxton Family Values. Soon after that, she appeared in a reality series with her husband called Tamar and Vince.
The Success of Tamar Braxton
In March 2013, the R&B singer was signed on to Epic Records, before the release of her second album, Love and War. The title track from this album achieved commercial success and topped the Adult R&B Songs chart. Her subsequent single, “The One” was also a hit. The album, Love and War was released in September 2013 and turned out to be a huge commercial success, selling 114,000 copies within the first week of its release. Following this, her Christmas album, Winter Loversland released in November 2013 was also a big success. For the 56th Grammy Awards, the artist was nominated for two Grammy Awards – the Best R&B Song and the Best R&B Performance for the title track of Love and Way and the Best Urban Contemporary Album for Love and War. Her music career was at an all time high, as her October 2014 single, “Let Me Know” peaked at number 1 within a few hours of its release. The May 2015 single “If I Don’t Have You” peaked at number 6 on the US Adult R&B Songs chart.
Tamar was also the featured model during the “ELLE/Style 360” NYC Fashion Week show for the “Front Row Couture”. Other than that, she was also the co-host on Tameka Cottle’s late night talk show, called the Tiny Tonight that airs on VH1.
If you want to catch this talented lady live in action, you need to grab these Tamar Braxton Tickets now.
Tamar Braxton Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Tamar Braxton tickets is $323. The date and location for this event is 11-Jul-70 at Showare Center, Kent. The minimum get-in price for Tamar Braxton tickets is $145.
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|Tax Time Turn Up: Xscap3, Tamar Braxton, Carl Thomas, Avant & Keke Wyatt||Kent||11-Jul-70||$323||$145|
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