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  • Find tickets to Alison Krauss (21+) on Friday September 21 at 9:00 pm at Harrah's Cherokee in Cherokee, NC
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Born in 1971 in Champaign, Ill., fiddler, singer and songwriter Alison Krauss took up the violin at a young age at the encouragement of her parents. She quickly became known for her fiddle playing at bluegrass festivals, but when she started singing, her voice captured the greatest attention. Alison Krauss' infectious vocals deliver a simple country style that hearkens back to traditional bluegrass and country roots. Yet over time, her voice has broadened into a deep, smooth delivery that can soften as needed to draw listeners close for an intimate ballad, then knock their socks off with a bluegrass, fiddle-and-banjo knee-slapper. With Alison Krauss tickets, you are set to see one of today's most musical and versatile touring shows, acclaimed by both music critics and fans across several genres. Over her career, Krauss has won more than two dozen Grammy Awards. Since the release of her debut album, Too Late to Cry, in 1987, Alison Krauss has maintained an admirable pace of recording and touring. Her latest recording, Paper Airplane, released in 2011 with her band Union Station, satisfies her longtime fans while attracting new listeners. One reason for Krauss' continued success is her ability to adapt and modernize her sound with each album. Though her sound has changed along with her maturity as a musician, allowing in more pop influences, she always retains her country and bluegrass roots. That's why Alison Krauss tickets are always a hot item, both for her longtime fans and those still getting to know her.