Jim Brickman to Play Aurora's Paramount Theatre, 10/18
Jim Brickman is the most charted Billboard Adult Contemporary artist in music.
How's that for a cool credential?
Brickman celebrates his two decades of musical chart busters the only way he knows how - with his fans - with Jim Brickman: The Platinum Tour "Celebrating 20 Years,"one-night-only at the Paramount Theatre, 23 E. Galena Blvd. in downtown Aurora, Saturday,
October 18 at 8 p.m.
Treat yourself - and the one you love - to this night of emotion, intimacy, warmth and humor, fused with Brickman's hits like "Valentine," "Rocket to the Moon," "Love of My Life" and "If You Believe."
Join Grammy nominee Jim Brickman and special guests Anne Cochran and Tracy Silverman for an evening of music, laughter and memories at Aurora's beautiful Paramount Theatre. Tickets are $55 and $65. For tickets and information, visit ParamountAurora.com, call (630) 896-6666, or purchase in person at the Paramount Theatre box office, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Jim Brickman turns 20 this year. Well, his music turns 20 this year, and he's commemorating the last two decades with Jim Brickman: The Platinum Tour "Celebrating 20 Years" in concert with fans across the country.
Hailed by the Boston Herald as "a crowd-pleaser," Brickman takes audiences on a musical journey with his romantic piano melodies and engaging wit, making his Platinum Tour the concert event of the season. Marking this milestone of his dynamic career, Brickman will showcase new music, along with the hits that made him the most charted (30) Billboard Adult Contemporary artist, earned him two Grammy nods and four gold albums. For more information, visit JimBrickman.com.
"After All These Years," the hit that took Anne Cochran to Madison Square Garden and to NBC's Golden Moment, sums up Cochran's long-lasting collaboration with Jim Brickman. For more than a decade, Cochran has performed with Brickman across the country including at Carnegie Hall, with guest stars and symphonies. She has also appeared on his numerous PBS specials, most recently on Celebration of the 70s. Solo or with her own band, Anne has taken her earthy alto to NYC's Birdland, has sung "The Star Spangled Banner" on national television, performed in Hollywood, and co-hosted Jim's radio show and NBC's Good Company. Her latest single, "Rise and Shine," is a Motown-with-a-twist song now available at cdbaby.com or on iTunes. More at AnneCochran.com.
The world's first concert electric violinist, Tracy Silverman has been hailed as "the greatest living exponent of the electric violin." He built one of the first-ever 6-string violins and set his own course as a musical pioneer, designing and performing on an instrument that did not previously exist. His groundbreaking work defies musical boundaries and landed him a place among the 100 distinguished alumni named by his alma mater, The Juilliard School. He is currently touring internationally as a soloist with orchestras, with his solo one-man concerts, with his rock ensemble, Eclectica, and with his trio, Three Part Invention. He has performed at major concert venues from Sao Paulo to Vienna, from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl. Silverman appears on many of Jim Brickman's CDs and DVDs, and orchestrates Brickman's music for full symphony performances. He has been profiled on CBS News Sunday Morning and has appeared on national TV and radio programs including A Prairie Home Companion and NPR's Performance Today. More at TracySilverman.com.
To become a subscriber or to purchase single tickets to individual shows, please call the box office at (630) 896-6666, stop by in person at 23 E. Galena Blvd. in Aurora, or go online at ParamountAurora.com.