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Tom Braxton

Tom Braxton Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 2,532
Category Smooth Jazz, Jazz
Concerts
Mar
16
Tom Braxton & Michael Fields at LowDown Tulsa
Tulsa
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Apr
04
Earl Klugh's Weekend of Jazz 2024
Colorado Springs
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Apr
06
Tom Braxton & Lin Rountree at Parr Center
Charlotte
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Apr
21
Bishop Arts Theatre - Keiko Matsui & Tom Braxton
Dallas
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Apr
21
Bishop Arts Theatre - Keiko Matsui & Tom Braxton
Dallas
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Jun
02
Spaghettini
Seal Beach
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Jun
07
Southern Soul Jazz Music Festival
Waco
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Jun
08
Southern Soul Jazz Music Festival
Waco
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Jun
29
Fisk Food & Jazz Festival
Nashville
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Jul
13
Caprock Jazz Concert w/ Rebecca Jade & Roberto Restuccia
Lubbock
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Jul
27
Blues Alley - w/ JJ Sansaverino & Vivian Sessoms
Washington
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Jul
27
Blues Alley - w/ JJ Sansaverino & Vivian Sessoms
Washington
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Jul
28
Blues Alley - w/ JJ Sansaverino & Vivian Sessoms
Washington
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Jul
28
Blues Alley - w/ JJ Sansaverino & Vivian Sessoms
Washington
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Aug
31
NAACP Field Day & Southside Music Festival
Port Huron
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Sep
08
Spaghettini - Tom Braxton & Ilya Serov
Seal Beach
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About Tom Braxton
About the Artist Jazz doesn’t always come easy growing up in the dusty plains of West Texas, but that’s where it all began for Tom Braxton. Lubbock, Texas is an unlikely environment for a boy to dream of being a jazz musician. Fortunately, Tom had a direct link to this creative art form through his dad, James ("J.T.") Braxton. After graduating valedictorian from high school, Tom attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas on track and music scholarships. “I love to run, and the 200, 400, and 1600-meter relay were my events.” During his college years, Braxton formed the jazz fusion band “No Compromise” which toured the southwest and opened concerts for Joe Sample, Stanley Clarke, George Howard, and many others. The band performed many of Tom’s original compositions which helped to fine-tune his writing style. As his college years came to a close, the band fizzled out and Tom launched a solo career. His first act of business was to join forces with keyboardist and producer Bernard Wright to release his solo debut, Your Move. “The highlight of my first release was having the opportunity to record a duet with long-time friend Kirk Whalum on the song “Peacemaker.” Bernard Wright not only produced Braxton’s first CD, but was instrumental in connecting him to a gifted musician/producer who would elevate Tom to the national touring circuit. “I have to credit Bernard Wright with getting me the gig with Wayman Tisdale. ‘Nard was in Sacramento working with Wayman on some projects. Tisdale told ‘Nard that he was starting a band and my name came up. I flew to Sacramento and played with Wayman at the Red Lion Hotel where we opened a concert for the Yellowjackets. I’ll never forget it . . . it was 1992!! Except for a few years off during the births of my sons, I’ve been playing with Wayman ever since.” Braxton’s second album, Katallasso, mixed memorable, lite-funk melodies with some unique production touches. In April 1998, the CD was released nationally on Positive Music Records and featured the talents of Kirk Whalum, Paul Jackson Jr., Bill Maxwell, and Bill Cantos. For Tom’s third album, he took a brief departure from mainstream smooth jazz and in 1999 released an instrumental praise and worship CD entitled Face to Face. Two years later, he followed it up with the release of Comfort and Joy, a Christmas album that presented Braxton’s fresh arrangements of traditional and contemporary holiday favorites. His fifth release, Bounce, was produced by Wayman Tisdale for Dave Koz’s label, Rendezvous Entertainment. “Wayman approached me with the idea of doing a project together,” recalls Braxton. “I was very excited and the creative juices began to flow. We had a lot of fun in the studio playing with grooves and melodies and the CD, Bounce, was born.” In 2007 the CD Imagine This was released. Tom has shared the stage with many well-known artists including Luther Vandross, Phillip Bailey, Kirk Whalum, Jonathan Butler, Dave Koz, George Duke, Jeff Golub, Marcus Miller, and Paul Brown. Tom has opened concerts for numerous jazz greats including Dave Brubeck, Cab Calloway, Spyro Gyra, Najee, Rippingtons, David Benoit, Norman Brown, Pieces of a Dream, Boney James, Michael Franks, and The Crusaders. Over the years, Braxton has been featured in several publications including JAZZIZ, Smooth Jazz News, and the international Italian music magazine, New Sounds. He has also appeared on CBS’s The Saturday Early Show, B.E.T.’s Jazz Central, TBS, TNT, ESPN, CNN, NBC’s Inside Stuff, Positively Texas, Good Morning Texas, and the Fox Network’s Good Day Dallas. Seasoned with experience and gifted with a fresh sound that has widespread appeal, Tom Braxton is destined to be a key player in the music industry in the 21st century. Tom Braxton's Official site: www.tombraxton.com Tom Braxton's Facebook site: https://www.facebook.com/tombraxtonmusic Tom Braxton's Twitter: http://twitter.com/tombraxton Tom Braxton's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tombraxtonmusic Tom Braxton's Youtube channel: http://youtube.com/tombraxtonmusic
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Genres
Smooth Jazz, Jazz
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Tom Braxton Tour Cities
Dallas, TX Lubbock, TX Washington City, DC Waco, TX Nashville, TN Seal Beach, CA Port Huron, MI Colorado Springs, CO Tulsa, OK Charlotte, NC

Frequently Asked Questions About Tom Braxton

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Tom Braxton on tour?

Yes, Tom Braxton is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Tom Braxton concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Tom Braxton tour is scheduled for 16 dates across 10 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Tom Braxton scheduled to play?

Tom Braxton is scheduled to play 16 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Tom Braxton tour start?

Tom Braxton’s tour starts Mar 16, 2024 and ends on Sep 08, 2024. They will play 10 cities; their most recent concert was held in Tulsa at LowDown and their next upcoming concert will be in Lubbock at Caviel Museum of African American History.

What venues is Tom Braxton performing at?

As part of the Tom Braxton tour, Tom Braxton is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Mar 16 - Tulsa, OK @ LowDown
Apr 04 - Colorado Springs, CO @ The Broadmoor
Apr 06 - Charlotte, NC @ Central Piedmont Parr Center
Apr 21 - Dallas, TX @ Bishop Arts Theatre Center
Apr 21 - Dallas, TX @ Bishop Arts Theatre Center
Jun 02 - Seal Beach, CA @ Spaghettini
Jun 07 - Waco, TX @ Waco Convention Center
Jun 08 - Waco, TX @ Waco Convention Center
Jun 29 - Nashville, TN @ Fisk University
Jul 13 - Lubbock, TX @ Caviel Museum of African American History
Jul 27 - Washington, DC @ Blues Alley
Jul 27 - Washington, DC @ Blues Alley
Jul 28 - Washington, DC @ Blues Alley
Jul 28 - Washington, DC @ Blues Alley
Aug 31 - Port Huron, MI @ Lincoln Park
Sep 08 - Seal Beach, CA @ Spaghettini
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