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Folk artist James Taylor has been playing his famous originals and popular covers since the 60s! With hits like “Long Ago and Far Away,” “Shower the People,” and “You've Got a Friend,” James Taylor knows how to put on a show for all ages! Buy James Taylor concert tickets now!
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[3 of 5 customers found this review helpful]

OMG...So Worth It....!!
By Joanne from Midland Michigan on 3/10/2011
Pros:
Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Sound
Best For:
Everyone

I went with my 26 year old son to this concert at MSU..We had a very memorable time.He was with his son Ben..All about Family..The smile is still on my face..:)

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[5 of 6 customers found this review helpful]

The Soundtrack of Life-Energy-Heart
By DCJazz1 from Washington, DC on 10/22/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Opening Acts, Great Sound, Guitar, Singer Song-writer, Stellar music
Best For:
Adults

Enough energy to keep NYC lit for years. Chemistry between them and the crowd is something not even DuPont could make.While i have been to two JT concerts, his last with Carole King was filled with energy and heart-and extraordinary trip back in my life. Very personal for all 20,000 people who attended.The two singer-song writers took the crowd on a trips that was filled with energy-heart-and a rocking good time

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[1 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

Excellent show
By goodtimes from Chicago IL on 7/12/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It
Best For:
Adults, Everyone

Top five concerts of all time, and we have seen a lot of shows. He and Carol made the United Center in Chicago feel like a very small club or your very own living room. I have never seen this done before, even Paul McCartney didn't do it as well. Incredible show......

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[2 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

The best concert ever!
By Hope from New York on 7/1/2010
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound
Best For:
Adults

I went last night for my birthday & just never stopped singing along to every amazing tune that they sang. Carole King looked like she was in her 30's up on the stage. James Taylor charmed everyone with his funny stories. They were just brilliant together, the back up singers were superb too. A must see concert.

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James Taylor Concert Tickets

Considered to be the personification of the folk rock genre, James Taylor has been writing songs and singing tunes since the late 1960s. Taylor is one of the most celebrated rock and roll artists of all time. His sound blends elements of folk, rock and bluegrass into a soft and melodic mix of guitar driven ballads. Breaking into the scene with his hit single “Fire and Rain,” Taylor has been the recipient of several awards, including numerous Grammy Awards, in the folk, pop and country genres over the course of a career that has stretched more than 40 years.

Known predominantly as a songwriter, his lyrical musings and folk-inspired hits have led to comparisons between him and other songwriting greats; often cited as a contemporary of Bob Dylan and an influence on Bruce Springsteen.

Taylor began recording and releasing music in the mid-1960s, though his first big break didn’t come until the 1970s. In 1970, he released the single “Fire and Rain,” followed shortly thereafter by a cover of the classic Carole King hit “You’ve Got a Friend.” These songs would boost Taylor’s recognition considerably, leading to numerous accolades. His album, Hourglass, won the Grammy for Best Pop Album in 1998.

Taylor is truly a folk rock legend. Having collaborated with legendary household names George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Carole King, Bonnie Raitt and Stevie Wonder it is apparent that Taylor has reached that indelible legendary status himself.

As well as being a music talent, Taylor has also proven his worth on the Broadway scene. Two songs from his 1979 album Flag were incorporated into a musical in which Taylor belted out his own tunes on stage. The peaks and valleys of Taylor’s career have seen him pull out ahead with a massive comeback in the late 1990s that continues to present day.