Martina Mcbride Tickets

Martina McBride’s high vocal range, command over multiple genres and deep music sense puts her among the highly regarded country artists. Her music blends pop, country and folk to create an interesting and catchy crossover that a wide range of listeners find relevant and appealing. Often described as the Celine Dion of country music, McBride’s talents have won the hearts of millions in the US and overseas. Currently, McBride is hitting the road in different cities of the US to entertain her fans. Be a part of one of her concerts and experience her sensational live performances. 

Artist: Martina McBride

Awards: 5 Country Music Association Awards, 4 Academy of Country Music Awards, 2 Flameworthy Awards

Hit Songs: Independence Day, Blessed, Concrete Angel, A Broken Wing, I’m Gonna Love You Through It

Early Experiences and the Recording Deal

Martina McBride’s exposure of music came through her father who fronted a band named The Schiffters besides farming. She honed her vocal skills by singing for hours the songs of different musicians including Patsy Cline, Juice Newton and Reba McEntire. After years of experience with her father’s band and some other music groups, McBride could sing in different styles and genres. She married a studio engineer, John McBride in 1988 who worked with the sound crew of the country icon, Garth Brooks.

Garth Brooks heard McBride singing and was impressed by her precision and passion for music. He offered her to become his opening act and also helped her in recording her early demos. With the help of those early recordings, McBride secured a deal with RCA Nashville Records. In 1991 she began working on her first album.

Major Break

Martina McBride released her debut studio record, The Time Has Come in May 1992. With traditional country and folk sound, the album made its way to the US Country Albums chart. The following album, The Way That I Am came out in September 1993. It reached at 14 on the Country Albums chart and was eventually certified Platinum in the US. Two singles from the album, Independence Day and My Baby Loves Me earned her critical acclaim and she won many awards.

In September 1995, McBride came up with her third studio record, Wild Angels. The title track became her first number one hit and the album went Platinum in the US and Canada.  Her 1997 album, Evolution ended at 4th spot on the US Country Albums chart and became her first record to be certified triple Platinum. Consecutive hit singles and albums besides touring made McBride a new sensation in the country music. The wonderful 90s came to close with her another Platinum record, Emotion

Persistent Fame

Four years after the release of her fifth studio album, McBride released Martina in September 2003 which proved to be a country chart topper. Besides receiving critical praise, the album was certified double Platinum in the US due to its high volume of sales. The next record, Tireless hit the shelves in October 2005 and it topped the US Country Albums chart. Two of the following albums, Waking Up Laughing and Shine added to her successful career and boosted her image further.

Recent Ventures

Martina McBride’s latest studio record, Eleven was released in October 2011 which became a top ten record on the US Billboard 200. In 2012, she released her two compilation albums. In more recent times, McBride has collaborated with different other artists on their music ventures besides releasing some of her new songs.

Martina McBride Live

Passionate about singing and performing live, Martina McBride will be hitting various venues around the US for her latest concert series. Packed with evergreen hits and compelling stage presence, her live shows entertain the attendees to the fullest. This is the reason that Martina McBride tickets sell well whenever she comes on the road. Join her in one of her upcoming concerts and enjoy captivating live performances by the gifted artist.


Did You Know…

  • Martina McBride sang a duet with the actor Kevin Bacon during the television special, Liz Taylor 65th Birthday Salute.
  • In 2001, she won $125,000 on the program, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
  • Independence Day is considered McBride’s signature song.
  • She has won four CMA Awards for Female Vocalist of the Year, a record that is shared with Reba McEntire.
  • McBride was inducted into Grand Ole Opry in 1995.