Your tickets from the previously scheduled event will be honored on this date. Aaron Neville recorded his first single in 1960, but it
Your tickets from the previously scheduled event will be honored on this date.
Aaron Neville recorded his first single in 1960, but it was his second single, six years later that first gave Neville a taste of stardom. “Tell It Like It Is” became a #2 pop hit and #1 R&B smash. In the late 70s, The Neville Brothers – Cyril, Charles, Art and Aaron – found success primarily on the touring circuit but also garnering attention for albums like their 1989 debut for A&M Records, Yellow Moon, one of the most critically acclaimed albums of that era. 1989 was also a very good year for Aaron’s solo career, as he had his fist real hit in 23 years with “Don’t Know Much,” a #2 pop smash that was one o several duets with Neville that Linda Ronstadt included on her album Cry Like A Rainstorm, Howl Like The Wind.
For the quarter-century that followed, Neville deftly balanced the needs of dual group and solo careers. But eventually the demands of the road got to him. In 2012, the Neville Brothers played a farewell show at the Hollywood Bowl, then, feeling that their hometown deserved their real adieu, reunited in May 2015 for a “Nevilles Forever” all-star jam and goodbye blast in New Orleans during Jazz Fest.
Neville records and tours as a solo artist these days, and continues to satisfy and even amaze audiences around the world.
September 11, 2021
Doors 6pm. Headliner 9:00pm.
$38 / $48 / $68 / $78 + applicable fees
If you purchase a ticket at a table you are required to purchase dinner. You must arrive by 7pm.
Two Drink Minimum For All.
Under 18 Must Be Accompanied by a Paying Adult.
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The Canyon – Montclair
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