Mariah Carey Tickets - An Angel's Advocate
Mariah Carey is taking her show on the road after a successful year, with Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel hitting number three on the music charts and the lead single "Obsessed" becoming her biggest charting single since the arrival of "My All" in 1998. She's celebrating her sudden re-emergence onto the scene with the Angels Advocate Tour, set to start on Dec. 31 at Madison Square Garden.
Carey will wind her way through cities like Atlantic City, Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia, Columbus, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Oakland before officially wrapping up in Las Vegas. Get get your own pair of Mariah Carey tickets to her Angels Advocate tour online.
Mariah Carey recently opened up to MTV online about her public breakdown in 2001, saying, "I didn't have the right support system around me at the time." She also noted that the media seemed obsessed with her mental state for months because it was around the time of Sept. 11. "A lot of people taking shots at me had no place to go. We are friggin' ADD, this country. There's a huge ADD situation." She didn't elaborate much further, but did concede that she has always suffered from low self-esteem.
Mariah Carey shouldn't worry about self-esteem issues anymore, as she is married to Nick Cannon and has reinvented herself as a huge pop star. The upcoming tour will allow Carey to find a place in the spotlight once again, after several years of downtime.
Mariah Carey entered diva territory during the 1990s, when she exposed her five octave voice that earned her comparisons to Whitney Houston and Celine Dion. Carey soon established herself as a creative artist apart from other performers on the scene, though; her 1990 self-titled debut featured four number one singles with "Vision of Love," "Love Takes Time," "Someday" and "I Don't Want to Cry." The follow-up album, Emotions, was also a striking success with the songs "Can't Let Go" and "Make It Happen."
It was Carey's third full-length effort that really surpassed expectations. Music Box spurred the hits "Dreamlover" and "Hero," and she immediately won a top spot on the charts. A tour followed shortly after, as well as a holiday release called Merry Christmas, which included the seasonal number "All I Want for Christmas Is You."
The singing sensation kept busy in follow-up years with 1997's Butterfly and 1999's Rainbow. They both were hot items on the charts, but unfortunately they became Carey's last successes for a while. The start of the 2000s signaled rough times for the rising diva. Her meltdown in 2001 included events like odd ramblings, suicidal messages on her website and a terrible review of her film Glitter.
Carey finally started seeing her life turn back around when she released The Emancipation of Mimi in 2008. She continued generating more attention for the albums E=MC2 and Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel. Don't miss seeing Mariah make her comeback; be sure to get tickets today and sing along to some of her most recent work!
by: Brent Warnken