The forecast calls for Gray.
Grammy Award recipient Macy Gray performs Saturday, Nov. 9 in the Crystal Bay Casino. The show is expected to be a sellout. Tickets remained available early this week.
Gray is on tour celebration the 14th anniversary of “On How Life Is,” her 1999 debut album which includes the classic single “I Try.” Both the CD and single were worldwide hits, starting a career ride that includes two Grammys, two MTV awards, over 15 million units sold, and a thriving acting career.
In addition to performing her many hits Saturday in her Crown Room debut, Macy will be introduce concertgoers to some new yet old material. On her latest release “Covered” Macy recreates some of the seminal songs of years gone by.
“These were songs that I would’ve probably written in another life,” Gray said in a press statement. “They’re almost all these kind of dark love songs, which is the mood I’m in right now – to sing these I-wanna-slit-my-wrists-but-I-love-you songs. They already said what I want to say, perfectly.”
Tahoe will provide is one of the smallest venues on Macy’s tour. Purchase on-line at www.crystalbaycasino.com, by phone at 775-833-6333 or at the CBC. This is a non-smoking, 21 and over general admission, standing room only concert, as are almost all CBC shows.
Macy Gray: ‘On How Life Is’
When: 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9
A limited number of Special VIP Meet and Greet packages available for $100. VIP package includes, one general admision ticket, VIP Early Entry into Crown Room, exclusive meet and greet with Macy Gray, personal photograph with Macy Gray, autographed 8×10 photo, a limited and numbered tour poster as well as an official meet greet laminate.