Earth Wind and Fire Tour News and Updates
Where would music be today without the treasured work of Earth Wind and Fire? As one of the most innovative and enduring R&B bands of all time, the influence that Earth Wind and Fire has had on pop music is boundless. The band was founded in Chicago by Maurice White in 1969, and has featured a number of members: chiefly Phllip Bailey, Verdine White, Larry Dunn and Al McKay. Earth Wind and Fire has received numerous accolades, including 20 Grammy and 12 AMA nominations, and have been inducted into the Rock and Roll, Songwriters and Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Now is your chance to see this funky and soulful outfit perform live with Earth Wind and Fire tickets!
Songs like "Shining Star," "Getaway," "That's The Way of the World" and "Serpentine Fire" were ubiquitous through the 1970s and 80s, but the band's reach went far beyond the radio airwaves. As trailblazers in the racial pride community, Earth Wind and Fire are the first African American act to sell out Madison Square Garden, as well as receive the MSG Gold Ticket Award. In fact, the legendary Earth Wind and Fire were invited by President Barack Obama to perform at the White House for the inaugural social event of his term.
Earth Wind and Fire also set the precedent on how to masterfully entertain as stage performers. Their intricate and vibrant costumes, even magic tricks and dance rings on stage, displayed great showmanship and generated massive popularity for Earth Wind and Fire concert tickets. The band has sold over 90 million albums across four decades, and is releasing new music off of the forthcoming "Now, Then & Forever" album. Earth Wind and Fire are embarking on a 2014 tour in support of their latest music; the band will kick things off June 17 in Bethlehem, PA, and travel through Newark, Kettering, Peoria, Tulsa, Kansas City, Calgary and Saratoga, before closing at the Los Angeles County Fair on Sept 28. Music lovers of all kinds scramble to secure Earth Wind and Fire tickets any chance they get, buy yours now!