Recording artist Jim Brickman brings The Love Tour to Edmonds
Music lovers will experience the sounds of award-winning hit-maker, pianist and recording artist Jim Brickman as he brings one of the most entertaining and romantic concert events of the year with The Love Tour at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
Tickets are available by calling the ECA Box Office at 425-275-9595, online at www.ec4arts.org or in person at the ECA Box Office at 410 Fourth Ave. N, Edmonds.
Brickman's engaging stage presence seamlessly blends mood and music to touch the heart in a special way, letting fan's imaginations take them wherever they want to go.
With dazzling solo piano and star-studded vocal collaborations, Brickman will wow audience members with his hits including “Valentine,” “If You Believe,” “Love of My Life” and more.
The Love Tour strikes the perfect balance between musical intimacy, compelling storytelling and audience interaction.
Jim Brickman has amassed 27 Top 40 singles on the adult contemporary charts, including 14 Top 10 smashes.
His collaboration with country songstress Martina McBride, “Valentine,” scored a number 1 hit on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Chart and a top 10 country hit in 1998.
Other Brickman staples include “Peace” and “The Gift,” both with Collin Raye, “Simple Things” with Rebecca Lynn Howard, “Never Alone” with Lady Antebellum, and “Love of My Life” with Michael W. Smith.
Throughout his long career, Brickman has also shared his artistry with luminaries such as Kenny Loggins, Carly Simon, Herb Alpert, Michael Bolton, Donny Osmond, Richie McDonald (country's Lonestar), smooth jazz sax star Dave Koz, Olivia Newton-John, Wayne Brady, Blind Boys of Alabama, Broadway's Jane Krakowski and more.
Along the way he’s been rewarded for his melodically sublime style with two Grammy Award nominations, a couple of SESAC “Songwriter of the Year” Awards, a Canadian Country Music Award and a Dove Award presented by the Gospel Music Association.
He’s also the author of two best-selling books, 2001’s Simple Things and 2005’s Love Notes, co-written with Cindy Pearlman.
The performance is sponsored by Anne Gittinger.
For more information about Jim Brickman and The Love Tour visit www.JimBrickman.com.