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Admission:

$40 in advance
$45 day of show

How to Purchase:

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 24 AT 1:00 PM. Online, by phone (800.745.3000), or by visiting Sixth & I’s Box Office on Fridays between noon – 3:00 pm. Additional fees apply.

Seating:

General Admission

Venue:

Sixth & I – Sanctuary

Doors Open:

7:00 pm; Box Office + Bar open at 6:30 pm

Alison Moyet

Sep 11, 2017 • 8:00 pm

Known for her British punk sound, Moyet has earned a reputation as the high priestess of electronic pop in the UK. Over her decades-long solo career, she has continually evolved on both a musical and personal level.

Born in Essex to a French father and English mother, Moyet left school at 16 and released her triple-platinum solo debut, Alf, at 23. Between 1984 and 1987, Moyet was Britain’s biggest female solo star. Her covers of “That Ole Devil Called Love” and “Love Letters” displayed her strength as a classic artist, while her self-penned hits like “Love Resurrection” and “All Cried Out” showcased her talents as a songwriter.

Moyet’s voice is a powerful yet sensitive instrument that has never forgotten its Essex roots and transcends beyond the world of pop.  Aiming to experiment with a darker sound, Moyet’s albums, Hoodoo and This House, offer a more mature sound for the artist, and led to her first Grammy nomination.

In the last decade, Moyet has played Mama Morton in the West End hit musical, Chicago, acted in the Kathy Burke-directed play, Smaller, and recently toured the UK as the guest of the Academy Award-winning French composer, Michel Le Grand.

This summer, she’ll release her latest album, Other, which bursts with clarity, vitality, and freshness. The soundtrack-style album is grounded in Moyet’s rock and roll roots and ties in adventurous electronic pop sounds with her poetic and thought-provoking lyrics.

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