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Plenty of artists can boast decades-long careers, but no one has reinvented themselves as frequently - and as successfully - as Madonna. From sultry and sweet, to perky and sassy, to downright dangerous, her concert tours have been nothing less then sensational, each and every time. Her latest venture, the MDNA tour in 2012, will show the world that nothing - and certainly not time or age - will slow down the queen of pop.
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It seems like we’ve been hearing rumors of a Madonna tour forever, but the wait is over – her Sticky & Sweet Tour begins in August and Coast to Coast has the tickets to get you in the door. At almost 50 years old, Madonna still shows no signs of slowing down, and she’s proven that she’s still a force in the music world with her most recent release, 2008’s Hard Candy. Tickets to see the “Queen of Pop” never last long, so don’t wait, get yours now and see Madonna live in concert!
Madonna, the original one-name diva, was born in Bay City, Michigan, on August 16, 1958. Not only an award winning musician and actress, businesswoman, cultural pioneer, activist and mother, she is a controversialist, feminist, trendsetter and fashion icon.
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In 1977, Madonna Louise Ciccone's -- interesting trivia: her last name, Ciccone, is very close to the insulting Italian word for 'fat man' (ciccione) -- career began in New York City with noted choreographer Alvin Ailey. After two years of dancing and modeling jobs, she moved to France briefly only to return forming the band Breakfast Club (serving double duty as drummer and vocalist). By 1980, Madonna and former boyfriend Steve Bray were mixing club tracks, setting up house with new band Emmy and attracting attention from recording giant Sire Records. NYC DJ Mark Kamins lent his talents in producing the single "Everybody", a US club hit in 1982. The following year saw the launch into US/Europe pop mainstream with the help of writer/producer Jellybean and "Holiday".
"Like A Virgin", her 1984 single and title-track to her first LP, started her string of number ones. "Material Girl" followed - the video of which cemented her blonde-bombshell image and spawned a legion of imitators. Coupled with an appearance at 1985's Live Aid concert and media-blitz-gone-awry wedding to actor Sean Penn on August 16th, it made for a hectic beginning for the new queen of pop. Her second US chart-topper, "Crazy For You" (written with ex-Carpenters collaborator John Bettis) was featured on the Matthew Modine grappling movie soundtrack Vision Quest. 1986's True Blue was played on the radio constantly with the gems "Open Your Heart", the obligatory "True Blue", "La Isla Bonita" and the controversial teen-pregnancy anthem "Papa Don't Preach". "Live To Tell" (on husband's movie soundtrack At Close Range) was another hit that coincided with the well-received album.Read the full Madonna Article