Usher – The Las Vegas Residency
July 16 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm$59
@The Colosseum at Caesars Palace | View Unsold Tickets on Caesrs.com from $59
2021 Shows | 9:00PM on July 16,17,21,23,24, 28,30,31, Dec 28,29, 31 | 2022 Show on Jan 1
From Usher Stubhub Page
From famous collaborations to outstanding solo performances, the versatile skills of Usher have captivated the global audience within all moods of life. Fans became more active with the performer the more he sang about his 2004 relationships. Usher wielded R&B in a way that made audiences cry, yet no matter how down “it” got, he put his lyrics on dance-inspired tempos. You can find that energy touring the world on a live stage.
Usher on His Way
Romance is at the heart of Usher’s music. He and Alicia Keys even wrote about a first kiss. “Confessions” was a song that attempted to answer the wide-spread rumors about the singer’s love life. Usher Terry Raymond IV also danced his way into the scene of American pop history. His 1994 debut was built from a long history of formal education in music and performance. He started at the age of 12 with the full support of his parents, Usher Raymond III and Jonetta Patton. His 1997 single, “You Make Me Wanna…,” hit No. 1 on the Billboard 100 charts. Atlanta, Georgia, at that time, was becoming a hub for R&B music and rising artists. The artist’s birth city, “ATL,” kept him in front of the music industry’s Jermaine Dupri, Ludacris and Rico Love. His Confessions album then lifted the singer past the platinum club and into the diamond standard. A diamond album is one that sells at least 10 million copies. Usher’s Confessions sold over 20 million around the globe.
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