Pop star Charlie Puth visits Harveys Outdoor Arena
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What: Charlie Puth
When: Saturday, Aug. 18, 7 p.m.
Where: Harveys Outdoor Arena
Tickets: Start at $39.50
Pop sensation Charlie Puth is known for many hits — “One Call Away,” “Marvin Gaye” and “See You Again” are just at the tip of the iceberg.
His new album, “Voicenotes,” features the stand-out singles “Attention” and “Done For Me,” the latter of which features Kehlani. Puth’s popularity skyrocketed after his debut single in 2015, and the singer-songwriter, now 26, gained mass fame in a relatively short period of time.
“But the New Jersey-born singer, songwriter, musician and producer was also eager to prove himself artistically when it came time to make his second album, ‘Voicenotes,’ named after the trusty iPhone app he uses to collect his musical ideas,” states a release from Atlantic Records.
Each song on the album was written, recorded and produced by Puth alone, aside from one song he co-produced with Max Martin.
“A meticulously crafted game-changer replete with sparkling melodies and sleek, danceable grooves, ‘Voicenotes’ decimates everything people may think they know about this musical polymath, who has not only written and produced his own massive hits, but also for other artists spanning a range of genres, including Jason Derulo, Trey Songz, Thomas Rhett, Maroon 5 and G-Eazy,” continues the release.
According to Atlantic Records, Puth’s goal is to make people “dance and cry at the same time.” To create “Voicenotes,” Puth “allowed his love for jazz and late ’80s/early ’90s R&B to shine through, which upped the music’s sophistication level several notches.”
The artist brings his repertoire to South Shore’s Harveys Outdoor Arena as part of the Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series on Saturday, Aug. 18. The show begins at 7 p.m. and tickets begin at $39.50. Purchase entry and learn more at http://www.ticketmaster.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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