Celine Dion Tickets
On March 30, 1968, French-Canadian singer-songwriter Celine Dion was born in Charlemagne, Quebec. She was born the youngest of 14 siblings, who enjoyed singing with her at their parents' club as children. When Dion was just 12 years old, she composed her own song and sent it to a record company where it was immediately well-received by producer Rene Angelil. In fact, Angelil was so confident Dion would be a hit sensation that he mortgaged his home to fund her debut album. Her career moved quickly from there.
Although she was well-known before the blockbuster film "Titanic," many of her most famous hits came from that soundtrack. "My Heart Will Go On" captivated audiences everywhere and won Dion and the movie an Oscar for best song. This song made it hard to find cheap Celine Dion tickets - or dry eyes - in her concerts. At the young age of 18, Dion had already recorded nine French albums with numerous Canadian music awards under her belt, and had started to become an international treasure. Unison was her first English album and sold more than 1 million copies around the world. Dion is one of the highest-earning musicians in history, as she consistently dominated the '90s pop charts.
Dion idolized other strong female artists like Aretha Franklin, Cher, Carole King and Bette Midler and male artists like Elton John and Stevie Wonder. Dion has performed all over the world for many important people, including Pope John Paul II when she was just 16. Dion's performances have moved crowds since the start of her career, but she continues to do so to this day. Most recently, Dion brought nearly the entire audience of the American Music Awards to tears when she paid lyrical tribute to the 2015 terror attacks in Paris. Her talent seems endless, as she can sing in five languages: English, French, Spanish, German and Japanese. If you plan on seeing this legend in concert, don't forget to grab a box of tissues along with your cheap tickets, as you're definitely in for an emotional, but unforgettable experience.