Singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik first rose to fame in the '90s with his chart-topping contemporary pop hit "Barely Breathing." He went on to prove he's the real deal with a series of acclaimed albums, a successful Broadway career, and a reputation for must-see live shows. Whether he's performing solo or backed by a full bands, Sheik has a way of making his audiences feel like they're attending an intimate living room show with stripped-down versions of his classics. Back on the road, Sheik will treat concertgoers to fan-favorites such as "I'm on a High" and '80s covers like Haddaway's "What Is Love?" on his latest tour dates.
New Jersey native Duncan Sheik achieved mainstream success with his 1996 self-titled debut which featured the hit "Barely Breathing," his popular tune that held a record-breaking spot in the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 55 straight weeks. In addition to creating six more successful albums, Sheik has lent his talent as a composer to Broadway musicals -- he's scored adaptations of Because of Winn Dixie and American Psycho and earned a Grammy and two Tony Awards for his work on the acclaimed show Spring Awakening. Back on the road, Sheik returns to his roots as a musician and performer for a number of highly anticipated tour dates ticket buyers won't want to miss.