Al Jarreau Tickets

Al Jarreau (born March 12, 1940 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin), is an American, Grammy Award-winning jazz singer. Versatile in his singing style, Al Jarreau is a six-time Grammy-nominated vocalist and the second vocalist in history to win a Grammy Award in three separate categories: jazz, pop and R&B. Al Jarreau recently appeared in a duet with American Idol finalist Paris Bennett during the Season 5 finale.

Our service, selection and competitive pricing are certain to impress you! Showtime Ticket Services has supplied preferred seating and difficult to obtain tickets for all Sports, Theater and Concert Events Worldwide for over 20 years.

Al Jarreau Tickets available now! ShowTime Ticket Services specializes in tickets for all tour venues.

Al Jarreau Tickets continued.

Loading...
Al Jarreau Tickets

Sorry, no dates are listed. Be first to be notified when tickets become available!


Overall Average Al Jarreau Rating




Al Jarreau Tickets Continued

Al Jarreau was spotted by Warner Brothers in 1975 and soon thereafter released his critically acclaimed debut album, We Got By, which catapulted him into international fame and garnered him a Grammy Award. A second Grammy would follow with the release of his second album, Glow.

One of Al Jarreau's most commercially and artistically successful albums is Breakin' Away (1981), which includes the hit song "We're in This Love Together". He wrote and performed the Grammy-nominated theme to the 1980s American television show Moonlighting. Among other things, Al Jarreau is well-known for his scat singing and the ability to perfectly imitate conventional guitar, bass and percussive instrumentation. He was also a featured vocalist on USA for Africa's "We are the World" and sang the line, "...and so we all must lend a helping hand".

Al Jarreau has toured and performed with such greats as Joe Sample, Kathleen Battle, Miles Davis, David Sanborn and Rick Braun. He also performed the role of the Teen Angel in a 1996 Broadway production of Grease. On March 6, 2001 he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.