Tanya Tucker To Perform In Lubbock This Summer
Tanya Tucker, the two-time Grammy winning legend, who was born in the town of Seminole is coming to Lubbock to perform at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. Tucker's "Sweet Western Sound Tour" hits Lubbock on Friday, June 23.
Tanya Tucker is one of country music's preeminent voices who at the age of 13 in 1972, had her first classic, "Delta Dawn". Other hits by Tanya Tucker include "Soon", "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane", "It's a Little Too Late", "Trouble", "Texas (When I Die), "If It Don't Come Easy", and "Strong Enough To Bend". Tucker has also won two CMA awards, two ACM's and three CMT awards.
According to a press release from Buddy Holly Hall, Tanya Tucker will release her new album on June 2, just before she performs in Lubbock.
Tanya Tucker will release her highly anticipated new album, Sweet Western Sound, June 2 on Fantasy Records. Produced once again by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, Sweet Western Sound reunites the award-winning trio following the release of Tanya’s landmark 2019 album, While I’m Livin’. Her first new album in 17 years, While I’m Livin’ reintroduced Tanya to a new generation and went on to win the GRAMMY for Best Country Album as well as Best Country Song for its poignant single, “Bring My Flowers Now.”
“Sweet Western Sound is another revelation and I'm excited to see what folks think of our new endeavor,” says Tanya. “It's ALWAYS a trip working with Brandi and Shooter. I didn't know if we’d be working together again on a new album after While I’m Livin’! But we did it! Lots of new things we did this time, and I even co-wrote some of the songs, which means a lot to me.
Tickets for Tanya Tucker at Buddy Holly Hall in Lubbock go on sale Friday, April 28 at 10:00 a.m. You can get more information and buy tickets at buddyhollyhall.com.