Gladys Knight Tickets

Gladys Knight has rightfully earned herself a spot on the top of the list of legendary performers. This female vocalist, who first found her fame with her group, Gladys Knight and the Pips, has enjoyed a long musical career selling Gladys Knight tickets for more than four decades.

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The History of Gladys Knight Tickets

Gladys Knight, who is best known for her soulful, rhythm and blues sound, was born in 1944 and began her career in music at an early age. Because Gladys Knight's family was musical, she began singing at Mount Moriah Baptist Church at just four years old. She then began touring with the Morris Brown Choir of Atlanta from 1950 to 1953, and by the age of seven, she appeared on Ted Mack's The Original Amateur Hour in 1952 and won first prize (and $2,000)!

After singing with her brother, sister and cousins at a family birthday party, Gladys' uncle, James "Pip" Wood suggested they form a professional group, and soon they became known as the Pips. The Pips toured on a national level with Jackie Wilson and Sam Cooke, and the Pips eventually expanded with more family members.

In 1960, the Pips produced their first top-twenty hit (rhythm and blues) and soon became popular for their hit song, "Every Beat of My Heart." The group fell apart in the early 1960s as Gladys concentrated on her children, and it reunited in 1964 and began a string of R&B hits.

However, it wasn't until 1966, when the Pips signed with Motown's subsidiary, Soul, that they really achieved a breakthrough in the music industry. The group released their big hit, "I Heard it Through the Grapevine" in December 1968. Their biggest hit, "If I Were your Woman," was released in 1970.

Gladys Knight used her fame and influence in the industry to help the Jackson 5 gain exposure in 1970. The Pips continued to make music throughout the 1970s, although their sound fell more into the mainstream.

Gladys Knight, throughout this time, made her film debut in Pipedreams, which also included a soundtrack by the Pips. The late 1970s brought on legal troubles for the group, and because of an unsettled suit by Motown, Gladys was not allowed to record with the Pips. Because of this, she recorded her own solo album, but due to Gladys' absence, the popularity of the Pips waned.

Knight went on to experience a successful solo career and has performed consistently for the last four decades.

Gladys Knight Tickets: What to Expect

Although her music has not always hit it big with the mainstream, Gladys Knight has enjoyed a long and successful career singing soulful, Motown-inspired music. Her rhythm and blues sound has endured, both in her group, the Pips, and throughout her solo career, much to the delight of Gladys Knight tickets holders. 

Gladys Knight Tickets: Who Should Attend

Gladys Knight has enjoyed a large following of faithful fans, many of whom have enjoyed her music for the better part of 40 years.  Gladys Knight tickets continue to be commodities - and rightfully so!