The Voice winner Chris Blue to perform at Raleigh's Duke Energy Center on August 3
RALEIGH, NC | Duke Energy Center | Friday, August 3 | TICKETS & INFO
Chris Blue, the Tennessee native who started singing in church as a child and went on to win NBC's The Voice in 2017, has announced a string of summer tour dates that include Duke Energy Center in Raleigh on Friday, August 3. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at bnpresents.com or ticketmaster.com.
From humble beginnings in Florida, Chris Blue's life has been devoted to music. At the age of three he sang with the Blue Brothers, and had a burgeoning solo career by the age of 20. He won Season 12 of The Voice on NBC on Team Alicia Keys, capturing the hearts of millions with performances of "24K Magic" and "Take Me To The King." A duet with Keys on “Diamonds and Pearls” brought the house down.
Following his victory, Chris inked a deal with Republic Records and immediately entered the studio to commence work on what would become his forthcoming full-length debut for the label. Drawing on influences as diverse as Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Shania Twain, Chris Brown, The Canton Spirituals, and Bishop T.D. Jakes, he artfully unites Motown, pop, and soul into a sound of his own.