Aaron Neville Tickets


Aaron Neville’s powerful vocals combined with Doo-wop compositions give his music an appealing feel. The catchy arrangement of his songs infuses soul and R&B in a way that is not only classic but also fresh. During his more than 40 years of music career, Neville has strived to extend the limits of his artistry to reinvent his own style. Coming on the road this season, Neville will share the success of his newest record My True Story with his fans. Join him during one of his concerts and listen to his greatest hits live.

Artist: Aaron Neville

Awards: 3 Grammys, Big Easy Award, Rolling Stone Critics’ Poll

Hit Songs: Tell It Like It Is, Don’t Know Much, All My Life, The Grand Tour, I Fall to Pieces

Early Years to The Neville Brothers

Neville’s music journey started in the mid-60s when he started to perform in different local shows. One of his initial songs, Over You, became a hit in the native music scene and encouraged him to further make music. He made his presence felt on the national level when his single Tell It Like It Is reached at two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. His first studio record came out in 1965 and proved to be a moderate success.

In 1967, together with his brothers Art, Charles and Cyril Neville, he formed a band called The Neville Brothers. The quartet shared a strong musical bond that steered them towards the unending path of success. Their self-titled debut album was released in 1978 which helped establish their distinctive style.

In the following years, the band released many acclaimed records including some of their bestselling albums like Fiyo on the Bayou and Yellow Moon. Throughout the 80s’ decade Aaron Neville released many solo albums besides recording and performing with his band.

1990s and Career Peak

1n 1991, Aaron Neville came up with his solo album Warm Your Heart that earned him positive reviews from the critics. The duet All My Life, recorded with Linda Ronstadt, won them a Grammy Award. His 1993 album The Grand Tour turned out to be extremely successful and was certified as Platinum in the US and Gold in Canada. In the remaining years of the decade, Neville released one solo record and four albums with his band. His career progressed in the coming years with the release of more successful albums.

New Century, New Ventures

With the start of the new century, Aaron Neville directed his efforts towards his solo career and released Devotion in 2000. The album charted at seven on the US Gospel Chart and won Neville Big Easy Award for the ‘Best Gospel Singer’. It was also nominated for a Grammy. In 2003, his two studio records Believe and nature Boy: The Standards Album hit the shelves and became popular with the listeners. Neville amassed a number of nominations besides collaborating with other musicians.

2004 marked the revival of The Neville Brothers and they released Walkin’ in the Shadow Of Life. In 2005, he released two more solo albums Gospel Roots and Christmas Prayer that cemented his reputation as a soul gospel singer. His latest album, My True Story, came out after almost 6 years since his last studio release and turned out to be a top ten hit on the US R&B Chart.

Live in Concert

During his latest tour, Aaron Neville is sharing the stage with The Neville Brothers in most of the shows. The brother band is joined by Aaron’s son Ian and this quintet will perform at a number of venues across the States. Fans are after Aaron Neville tickets as the current tour is his major live event after a long time. Catch him live in your city and enjoy his spectacular performances.


Did You Know…

  1. Aaron’s 2003 album Nature Boy: The Standards Album became his first album to top the US Jazz Chart.
  2. In 1993, he sang National Anthem during the WWE’s SummerSlam.
  3. He recorded the song Mickey Mouse March for Disney’s 1988 tribute album, Stay Awake.
  4. In 2010, Aaron Neville was inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.
  5. He is also a Delta Music Museum Hall of Fame inductee.