He's been a legend in the international music industry for the last forty plus years with more than 150 million records sold. Legendary artist Engelbert Humperdinck is taking the Palace Theatre stage in Stamford this April.
Humperdinck's voice and talent has endeared him to millions of fans around the globe with hit songs like "(Please) Release Me," "After The Lovin," "Spanish Eyes, "The Last Waltz," "Am I That Easy to Forget," "There Goes My Everything," “Les Bicyclettes de Belsize,” “Winter World Of Love,” “This Moment In Time,” "Can't Take My Eyes Off You," and the unforgettable “Quando, Quando, Quando.”
Humperdinck recently welcomed a packed house at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles Sunday evening with amusing stories, tributes to some of the musical legends he’s worked with throughout his career – including Pat Boone and Gene Simmons, who were both in attendance – creative covers of timeless classics, and of course, a line-up of fan favorites.
Engelbert will release his first-ever duets album “Engelbert Calling,” on March 17. The album is being produced in London and Los Angeles by Grammy-award winning producer Martin Terefe (Train, Jason Mraz, James Morrison) and features a who’s who of the music world, including Sir Elton John, Willie Nelson, Smokey Robinson, Shelby Lynne, Charles Aznavour, Neil Sedaka, Dionne Warwick, Kenny Rogers, Lulu, Beverly Knight and Gene Simmons, among others.
The show will take place Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Stamford's Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, February 21 at 11 a.m. online at www.SCAlive.org and by calling (203) 325-4466. Prices are $45, $65, and $85.