$65.00 – General Admission Floor
$95.00 – Reserved Loge
$65.00 – Reserved Balcony
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Introducing this next musical chapter, he preceded the record’s arrival with a pair of two new anthems thus far. The seven-minute plus opus “It’s Enough” twists and turns through percussive unrest, straining striking vocals through a hypnotic haze. It quickly crossed the 1-million-mark on Spotify and earned critical applause with The Guardian writing, “it expands into a soulful, smooth reverie.” Propelled by a hummable funk riff and background falsetto from his late friend Michael Jackson, the follow-up single “Low” quickly drummed up 1.8 million Spotify streams in a few weeks’ time. The minimalist Jean-Baptiste Mondino-helmed music video spotlights Kravitz pounding out what Rolling Stone described as a “sensual groove.” Highlighting his penchant for pushing boundaries, these tracks just scratch the surface of what to expect on Raise Vibration.
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With new music and extensive tour plans for 2018, Kravitz continues moving forward at light speed as a musical innovator.
On his eleventh full-length album, Raise Vibration, he elevates the union of rock ‘n’ roll, funk, blues, and soul once again. Receptive to youthful inspiration, but enlightened by three decades of wisdom, it represents a powerful creative rebirth and a bold, bright, and brilliant body of work befitting of his legacy and boundless spirit.
Throughout Raise Vibration, Kravitz remains a true original. Since the arrival of Let Love Rule in 1989, he has sold 40 million albums worldwide and won four consecutive GRAMMY® Awards, setting the record for “most wins ever in the ‘Best Male Rock Vocal Performance’ category.” Fellow icons from Madonna, Aerosmith, Prince, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, and Jay-Z to Drake, Avicii, and Alicia Keys have jumped at the chance to collaborate. An acclaimed actor, his on-screen output includes The Hunger Games franchise, Precious, and Lee Daniels’ The Butler. His creative firm Kravitz Design Inc, touts an impressive portfolio of noteworthy ventures, with a range that includes hotel properties, condominium projects, private residences, and high-end legendary brands like Rolex, Leica and Dom Perignon.
Curtis Harding could best be described as a student of the gritty, sweat-dripping, hip-swinging blues that wafted through the air of the American sixties. The offspring of a mother who sang gospel, and a retired veteran, he traveled all over the country as a child, singing alongside his parents, learning that music was in fact the great communicator, and that the key was not just in how pretty the notes were, but how if you were honest in what you were singing, you could stir a person on the inside.
This is what Otis Redding knew. What Sam Cooke, and Bo Diddley, and B. B. King knew. That somehow there was a way to take your experiences, your pain and joy, and give them melody, cause them to live and breathe and massage the hearts and minds of all those who hear. That is what Curtis Harding does on his new album. He figures out how to tap into the old soul man of the past without mimicking or bastardizing it, but instead evoking the spirit of the true Soul music of yesterday, meshed with the realities of now.