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Bruno Mars Tour Schedule

Bruno Mars just released his latest hit single "24K Magic" and that means fans should be on the lookout for a tour 2017 tour announcement. Bruno Mars remains one of the most in demand musicans today and you can be sure concert tickets to see him perform live will sell fast. Be there to see Bruno perform hit songs including "Just the Way You are," "Marry You," and "The Lazy Song" live in concert! Tickets to see Bruno Mars are selling fast which is why it's never too early to secure your seats. This is one evening you won't soon forget -- Buy your Bruno Mars tickets before it's too late! 

Bruno Mars: Unorthodox Jukebox

At age 27, Bruno Mars is already a bonafide pop legend with a Grammy Award, millions of sales and songs at the top of the charts. Now you can see him on tour in support of his second album Unorthodox Jukebox with Bruno Mars concert tickets!

Bruno Mars: Doo-Wops & Hooligans

After serving as a producer for some of the biggest names in hip-hop, Bruno Mars is ready for his close-up. He's one of the year's hottest acts and everyone is saying he's one of the most exciting performers to come up in a long time. With hits like Grenade and Just the Way You Are you know that Bruno is ready to please the crowd. And with his debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans being one of the highest-selling albums of the year it's easy to see why he's taking the industry by storm.

About Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars was born and raised in Hawaii, with the real name of Peter Gene Hernandez on October 8, 1985. Music was in his blood, as Bruno's family had a rich musical tradition. In fact, growing up Bruno performed concerts with his family band, entertaining tourist to Hawaii.

Bruno Mars: The Beginning

With a head start in the music industry, the singer-songwriter and music producer moved to Los Angeles when he finished high school. Bruno Mars scored a solo deal with Motown Records, however, the deal was not great for the young musician and the label had trouble marketing their newest star. Instead, Bruno Mars switched gears to concentrate on producing. That's right, Bruno started his professional career in music as a producer. He produced songs for other artists as part of the Smeezingtons production team, alongside Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine. As part of the group he also found a way to showcase his melodic voice. The Smeezingtons have worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry, including working on B.o.B.'s Nothin' On You and Right Round by Flo Rida. Bruno Mars and the Smeezingtons have also worked with Justin Bieber, Kid Cudi, Cee Lo Green, Matisyahu and much more. After leaving Motown Records he moved on to Atlantic Records, and that's where his story really picks up steam. Bruno first started getting the attention of the mainstream for his melodic backup vocals on Nothin on You as well as Travie McCoy's Billionaire.

In October of 2010 he released his debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans and Bruno's place among the stars of music was cemented. The album exploded onto the music scene, reaching as high as #3 on the Billboard charts. Featuring the radio hits Just the Way You Are and Grenade, the album was one of the biggest hits of 2010. The album Doo-Wops & Hooligans was nominated for seven Grammy's and Bruno Mars took home the Best Male Pop Vocal Performance award. The New York Times called it "an effortless, fantastically polyglot record that shows him to be a careful study across a range of pop songcraft."

Bruno Mars: On the Come Up

Bruno Mars is primarily of Puerto Rican and Filipino descent, an aspect that has had a deep impact on his musical career. His first EP was “It’s Better if You Don’t Understand,” the tittle of which reflects his mixed heritage. Growing up in Hawaii, Bruno Mars would entertain audiences, impersonating Elvis and more. “I wish I could tell you me and my rock band were traveling around, strung out. No, we were a family band. Straight Partridge Family.”

Drawing form a huge pool of influences, the music of Bruno Mars makes him one of the most unique artists out there today. He counts Elvis and Michael Jackson as two of the biggest influences on his musical development. When you are bobbin' your head at a Bruno Mars concert, you might hear the influence of reggae music and Motown in his bold musical style.

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