Ticket Down is a reputable source of Lady Gaga tickets at Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Tuesday, November 16th. Scottrade Center will also host the following events in 2017: Panic! At The Disco, Neil Diamond, Lionel Richie & Mariah Carey, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, Eric Church, Chance The Rapper, The Chainsmokers, Roger Waters and New Kids On The Block (NKOTB).
As the worldwide tour for Lady Gaga’s latest album, Joanne, kicks off, it’s hard to keep excitement in check. After incredible performances at the Grammys and the Super Bowl, fans are keeping the buzz going while they wait for the show later this year.
By now, everyone who is interested knows that Joanne was created in celebration of Gaga’s late aunt, a woman with whom Gaga shares a name and a passion for creativity. Joanne Stefani (as opposed to Gaga’s name, Stefani Joanne) was a poet before passing away at the age of 19. Though Gaga was born just over a decade later, she always felt a connection to the aunt she never met.
But the album is about far more than Gaga’s connection to the past. In the stripped-down sounds of Joanne, Gaga explores themes like family and relationships that cross all points of time. In addition to songs that explore the lessons she learned from Aunt Joanne’s life, Gaga also records songs about past relationships with men, in particular the “wild men” who broke her heart along the way.
Originally, Joanne was meant to be released right after 2013’s Artpop, a decision that clearly didn’t come to fruition. After spending three more years on the album, Gaga released Joanne to critical acclaim across the board. With influences from country music, blues, and even a bit of Bollywood, it was nothing like her fans had ever heard from her before – and considering the very personal well from which Gaga drew inspiration for this album, perhaps that is the most telling thing about Joanne.
Heading back to the studio with country singer-songwriter Dallas Davidson, Gaga has made it clear that she’s not done exploring this new soulful sound, giving fans hope that they’ll see even more of the singer’s personal stories in future albums.
The Scottrade Center is a 22,000 seat arena that is normally home to the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. The facility opened in 1994 and has been home to many great moments in NHL history, as well as professional wrestling and musical concerts.
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