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Lady GaGa is a must-see LIVE performer with her mix of electronic, pop and dance beats. Hits like "Bad Romance," "Just Dance," "Paparazzi," and "Poker Face," catapulted the performer to the top, and her amazing LIVE concert performances on tour have kept her going strong. Purchase your Lady Gaga concert tickets now!
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Lady Gaga Concert Tickets

Lady Gaga is the stage name used by Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, a pop musician hailing from New York. Since first rising to international fame in 2008, Lady Gaga has become one of the most recognizable voices on the radio and gained notoriety for her risque lyricism and incredibly lavish stage performances. Throughout the course of her young career she has already collaborated with other superstars such as Akon and R. Kelly and has been recognized with a wide array of accolades and awards. Purchase your Lady Gaga tickets today for a night of unforgettable pop music and an unbelievable performance.

Before the fame
Germanotta was not always the widely celebrated pop wonder that so many know her as today. She came from an upper class family in New York, where she was exposed to music in many forms from a young age. She is reported to have had a firm grasp of how to play the piano by the time that she was only four years old. This may have been a harbinger of the musical fame that was to come for her, as her success only continued from there. Her first performance, done predominantly as a pianist, came at the age of 14 in a New York City nightclub. Germanotta would go on to follow this passion, earning early admission into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, a renowned school not far from where she grew up.

The rise
Germanotta ultimately would leave Tisch during her sophomore year in order to focus more directly on her career as a musician. Through a series of odd jobs and performances, she ultimately came to be discovered by established pop and hip hop star Akon. At the time she was working for the songwriting division of Sony, but Akon was able to help her get a contract with Interscope Records. Shortly thereafter, her first true commercial success came in the form of a full-length 2008 debut album, The Fame, and a follow-up 2009 EP, The Fame Monster. Between these two releases, Gaga was able to put out some of the hits that have defined the early phases of her career, including “Just Dance,” “Alejandro,” “Poker Face,” “Telephone” and “Bad Romance.” Her sound quickly grew to become the standard in dance halls both in the U.S. and across the globe.

Moving forward
Gaga’s greatest success up to this point came in the release of her second full length album, Born This Way. The album sold over a million copies in its first week in stores, earning it a platinum distinction and officially putting Lady Gaer of the pop culture world. The album was propelled to success by a single of the same name and ultimately led to an internatiga in the centonal tour. Her fourth album, Artpop, was released in 2013 and received a great deal of critical acclaim, though its sales numbers were not as dramatic as Born This Way. Germanotta has also established herself as an incredibly outspoken advocate of LGBT rights.