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Christina Aguilera live in Abu Dhabi in October
Source: BI-ME , Author: Maria Karam
Posted: Sun September 7, 2008 12:00 am

UAE. Internationally critically acclaimed and prestigious Grammy Award wining artiste, Christina Aguilera exudes talent in abundance, from her legendary vocal gymnastics, songwriting skills and captivating stage presence, to the unique innovative and personal design of her forth coming “Back to Basics” tour.

The “Back to Basics” tour derives from the multi platinum selling album of the same name and is a throwback to the classic soul era that Christina Aguilera has so publicly acknowledged as the musical genre that has most inspired and influenced her as both an Artist and as a music fan to date.

“Back to Basics” pays homage to Christina’s musical roots and sees her adopting a new found classic style and demure sophistication, without abandoning the gritty edginess of the style widely known from days passed.

Expect to hear some of your favorite international chart topping and award winning songs, such as Candyman, Dirrty, Ain’t No Other Man, Lady Marmalade, What a Girl Wants, Hurt, Beautiful, Come On Over, Oh Mother, Fighter, Can’t Hold Us Down, the Voice Within and Genie in a Bottle, to name a few.

Christina Aguilera is set to dazzle in her Middle Eastern debut performance at Emirates Palace located in the UAE’s capital city, which has most recently seen the likes of Justin Timberlake and Bon Jovi grace its stage.

More information on this event as well as where you can purchase one of the most sort after concert tickets of the year, will be available soon.

Do not miss your chance to see one of the finest musical divas of our times, performing live at Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi on 24 October 2008.


For more information on this event contact Live Nation Middle East at www.livenation.ae

 

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