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Gregory Porter Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Christmas Wish
$8.00
Liquid Spirit[10th Anniversary Editio...
$65.80
Water[2 LP]
$37.99
Water[Clear 2 LP]
$35.98
Still Rising
$16.24
Gregory Porter "3 Original Albums"
$156.02
All Rise Jewelcase
$12.64
All Rise
$34.96
All Rise
$7.33
Take Me To The Alley
$11.88
Liquid Spirit
$37.64
Liquid Spirit
$13.78
Live in Berlin
$15.96
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Gregory Porter's tour

Live Photos of Gregory Porter

Gregory Porter at London, United Kingdom in Royal Albert Hall 2023
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Fan Reviews

Jazel
February 24th 2024
Gregory is amazing, I was finally able to see him live! Great voice and great human being, he's very charismatic. The only weak point of the show was technical difficulties. I found it very disrespectful to Gregory and to the audience that his microphone was shot to hell, specially after the technical staff somehow took 30 minutes to set up the equipment after the opening act. 5 (infinite) stars to Gregory and his band, disappointed by the venue and technical staff.
Miami, FL@
Knight Concert Hall
Renate
January 2nd 2024
Mom and I truly enjoyed his presence and the band. He has the storyteller vibe with his music. He mixed it up. We were in the top tier seating but it didn't matter. We felt the vibes. Very enjoyable.
Washington City, DC@
Kennedy Center
Stéphanie
December 14th 2023
We had the privilege of attending an exceptional concert at the legendary Royal Albert Hall that transcended mere musical performance. Gregory Porter delivered a performance of remarkable emotional power. From the opening notes, a gentle energy enveloped the atmosphere, creating an enchanted interlude for the audience. Gregory Porter performed his greatest hits and punctuated the evening with Christmas tunes that added a special dimension to the concert. Through his presence, kindness, and gentleness, Gregory Porter managed to convey a sense of peace and well-being, particularly welcome in these particularly stressful times. Each musician shone with remarkable virtuosity, establishing a perfect symbiosis between the instruments. The saxophonist and pianist distinguished themselves exceptionally. The passion emanating from their performances was palpable, quickly resonating throughout the hall. The impeccable sound quality of the venue contributed to creating an immersive atmosphere, plunging the audience into the heart of the musical magic. In summary, this evening was an extraordinary experience that will be etched in our memories as an unforgettable moment, attesting to the exceptional artistic talent of Gregory Porter and its profound emotional impact."
London, United Kingdom@
Royal Albert Hall
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About Gregory Porter

With his customary class, elegance, and sophistication, GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Gregory Porter today announces his first-ever Christmas album, to be released on November 3 via Blue Note/Decca Records. Entitled Christmas Wish it is a loving tribute to his favorite time of year – and to great songwriters, singers, and interpreters including Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Marvin Gaye, Dinah Washington, and Nat King Cole. In addition to this list of world class names, Porter himself has added to the Christmas songbook with three original tracks, soon to be favorites for the festive season, including the first single “Everything’s Not Lost” which is out now.

Backed by his long-time band and produced by repeat collaborator Troy Miller, the album features inspired interpretations of carols, standards, and soulful sixties deep-cuts including “Silent Night,” “Little Drummer Boy,” Marvin Gaye’s “Purple Snowflakes,” Stevie Wonder’s “Someday At Christmas,” and Frank Loesser’s “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?,” which features a special guest appearance by GRAMMY-winning vocalist Samara Joy.

The theme of sharing and caring at Christmas, and the sense of renewal and revival that comes when the year draws to a close, is all here in Porter’s most personal contribution – his trio of new, self-penned songs, “Christmas Wish,” “Heart For Christmas,” and “Everything’s Not Lost,” an elegant piano ballad that is Porter’s persuasive plea to remember those less fortunate than ourselves. “I'm always thinking of balance” he explains. “That has been instilled in me and it keeps coming up in a lot of my music. At your highest, at your greatest, at your most pleasant time, don't forget about other people who are suffering.”

Christmas Wish features Porter’s longtime pianist Chip Crawford on piano, Emmanuel Harrold on drums and percussion, Gregoire Maret on harmonica, Jahmal Nichols on bass, Ondre Pivec on Hammond organ, Tivon Pennicott on flute, soprano saxophone, and tenor saxphone, and backing vocals by Stephanie Fisher-Alvarenga, Chris Ashley Anthony, and Sheherazade Holman with orchestral contributions from the Kingdom Orchestra. The album was recorded between Sear Sound Studio in New York City and London’s Crossways Studio and Abbey Road Studios.
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Genres:
Jazz, Soul
Hometown:
Brooklyn, New York

Live Photos of Gregory Porter

Gregory Porter at London, United Kingdom in Royal Albert Hall 2023
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Gregory Porter merchamazonview store

Christmas Wish
$8.00
Liquid Spirit[10th Anniversary Editio...
$65.80
Water[2 LP]
$37.99
Water[Clear 2 LP]
$35.98
Still Rising
$16.24
Gregory Porter "3 Original Albums"
$156.02
All Rise Jewelcase
$12.64
All Rise
$34.96
All Rise
$7.33
Take Me To The Alley
$11.88
Liquid Spirit
$37.64
Liquid Spirit
$13.78
Live in Berlin
$15.96
View All
Gregory Porter's tour

Fan Reviews

Jazel
February 24th 2024
Gregory is amazing, I was finally able to see him live! Great voice and great human being, he's very charismatic. The only weak point of the show was technical difficulties. I found it very disrespectful to Gregory and to the audience that his microphone was shot to hell, specially after the technical staff somehow took 30 minutes to set up the equipment after the opening act. 5 (infinite) stars to Gregory and his band, disappointed by the venue and technical staff.
Miami, FL@
Knight Concert Hall
Renate
January 2nd 2024
Mom and I truly enjoyed his presence and the band. He has the storyteller vibe with his music. He mixed it up. We were in the top tier seating but it didn't matter. We felt the vibes. Very enjoyable.
Washington City, DC@
Kennedy Center
Stéphanie
December 14th 2023
We had the privilege of attending an exceptional concert at the legendary Royal Albert Hall that transcended mere musical performance. Gregory Porter delivered a performance of remarkable emotional power. From the opening notes, a gentle energy enveloped the atmosphere, creating an enchanted interlude for the audience. Gregory Porter performed his greatest hits and punctuated the evening with Christmas tunes that added a special dimension to the concert. Through his presence, kindness, and gentleness, Gregory Porter managed to convey a sense of peace and well-being, particularly welcome in these particularly stressful times. Each musician shone with remarkable virtuosity, establishing a perfect symbiosis between the instruments. The saxophonist and pianist distinguished themselves exceptionally. The passion emanating from their performances was palpable, quickly resonating throughout the hall. The impeccable sound quality of the venue contributed to creating an immersive atmosphere, plunging the audience into the heart of the musical magic. In summary, this evening was an extraordinary experience that will be etched in our memories as an unforgettable moment, attesting to the exceptional artistic talent of Gregory Porter and its profound emotional impact."
London, United Kingdom@
Royal Albert Hall
View More Fan Reviews

About Gregory Porter

With his customary class, elegance, and sophistication, GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Gregory Porter today announces his first-ever Christmas album, to be released on November 3 via Blue Note/Decca Records. Entitled Christmas Wish it is a loving tribute to his favorite time of year – and to great songwriters, singers, and interpreters including Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Marvin Gaye, Dinah Washington, and Nat King Cole. In addition to this list of world class names, Porter himself has added to the Christmas songbook with three original tracks, soon to be favorites for the festive season, including the first single “Everything’s Not Lost” which is out now.

Backed by his long-time band and produced by repeat collaborator Troy Miller, the album features inspired interpretations of carols, standards, and soulful sixties deep-cuts including “Silent Night,” “Little Drummer Boy,” Marvin Gaye’s “Purple Snowflakes,” Stevie Wonder’s “Someday At Christmas,” and Frank Loesser’s “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?,” which features a special guest appearance by GRAMMY-winning vocalist Samara Joy.

The theme of sharing and caring at Christmas, and the sense of renewal and revival that comes when the year draws to a close, is all here in Porter’s most personal contribution – his trio of new, self-penned songs, “Christmas Wish,” “Heart For Christmas,” and “Everything’s Not Lost,” an elegant piano ballad that is Porter’s persuasive plea to remember those less fortunate than ourselves. “I'm always thinking of balance” he explains. “That has been instilled in me and it keeps coming up in a lot of my music. At your highest, at your greatest, at your most pleasant time, don't forget about other people who are suffering.”

Christmas Wish features Porter’s longtime pianist Chip Crawford on piano, Emmanuel Harrold on drums and percussion, Gregoire Maret on harmonica, Jahmal Nichols on bass, Ondre Pivec on Hammond organ, Tivon Pennicott on flute, soprano saxophone, and tenor saxphone, and backing vocals by Stephanie Fisher-Alvarenga, Chris Ashley Anthony, and Sheherazade Holman with orchestral contributions from the Kingdom Orchestra. The album was recorded between Sear Sound Studio in New York City and London’s Crossways Studio and Abbey Road Studios.
Show More
Genres:
Jazz, Soul
Hometown:
Brooklyn, New York

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