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$25.00 - $150.00 Tickets
Live Nation Presents
AARON FRAZER - INTO THE BLUE TOUR
Sun, Sep 1 7:30 pm (Doors: 6:30 pm )
Crescent Ballroom
21 and up

Live Nation Presents

AARON FRAZER
INTO THE BLUE TOUR


Sunday, September 1st 2024
Doors at 6:30 / Show at 7:00

21+

General Admission Ticket: $25 - 28 + fees
Bleachers Ticket: $35 - 38 + fees
 

Live Nation presale: May 7th at 9am
Spotify presale: May 8th at 10am
 

Aaron Frazer VIP Experience 2
Price: $150 + fees
Includes:

-One (1) General Admission Ticket
-Access to Private Acoustic Performance with Aaron Frazer
-Group Photo with Aaron Frazer
-One (1) Signed Poster
-One (1) Tote Bag
-One (1) Drumstick Keychain
-One (1) Bandana 

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Artists

Aaron Frazer

“Into The Blue is the clearest portrait of who I am as an artist. It’s me through and through,” says multi-instrumentalist Aaron Frazer. A daring blend of soul, psychedelia, spaghetti western, disco, gospel and hip-hop, Into the Blue represents the impressive range of Frazer's sonic talents. Frazer maintains the unmistakable falsetto and classic songwriting he’s known for, but plants Into the Blue firmly in the now with a hip-hop mentality at its core, weaving together genres and production techniques to form something new.

Into The Blue was conceived, like so many classic records, out of heartbreak. Frazer moved cross-country from Brooklyn to Los Angeles and embarked on a journey that’s reflected in the album’s themes of grief, loneliness, and searching for healing. “Into The Blue really means heading into the unknown. That has been the last year of my life and I'm still in the blue,” Frazer explains. “But there are also songs here that celebrate love and the giddiness of a new relationship and all that. That's part of a breakup to me, processing the whole thing, remembering the things that were right as much as the things that were wrong.” Frazer wrote on every track and played several live instruments on the album. The title track, “Into The Blue”, is a haunting, resolute anthem, combining cinematic strings and tough-as-nails breakbeats as Frazer heads west. “Here I go, to a place where the broken heart knows,” he sings. “It’s all I can do. Back into the blue.” “Payback” is an explosive dancefloor heater,
featuring shimmering tambourines and driving bass lines. Northern soul drums meet snarling fuzz guitar, hurdling towards its epic conclusion.

The album features moments of towering arrangements, recalling David Axelrod and Ennio Merricone, balanced by rawness, incorporating iPhone recordings and one-take vocals. For Into the Blue, Frazer enlisted Grammy-winner Alex Goose as co-producer, known for his crate-digging samples and collaborations with hip-hop artists like Freddie Gibbs, Madlib and
Brockhampton. Frazer also experimented with samples for the first time on a record, drawing from unexpected sources like 90s R&B group Hi-Five.

Though Into the Blue is born out of heartbreak, Frazer hopes it leaves listeners with a sense of optimism. “You know, you can still laugh on a day when you're grieving,” he says, “there’s no peaks without valleys,” he says, but Into The Blue sees Aaron Frazer at new heights.