Frankie Moreno coming to Wickenburg

With five top 10 albums, an Emmy nomination and being named the Las Vegas “Headliner of The Year” four times running, Frankie Moreno will wow at the Webb Center with his own brand of musical genre-blurring Rock N’ Roll at 3 p.m. Jan. 19.

Playing multiple instruments, including guitar and piano, Moreno and his nine-piece band will cover hits and play original chart-topping songs.

Moreno was first introduced to American audiences at age 10 with his debut on CBS’s Star Search. His performance on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars brought him into America’s living rooms once again performing his self-penned hit, “Tangerine Honey.” He continues with television appearances, magazine covers and sold-out concerts including Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and The Hollywood Bowl.

Reaching over 1 million record sales worldwide, Moreno is writing and recording new music constantly. In April, he made music history by being the only artist to have four albums reach Top 10 on the Billboard Charts in less than one year.

Moreno’s recent collaboration on world-renowned violinist Joshua Bell’s album, “At Home with Friends,” reached Billboard’s No. 1 spot in both the Classical and Classical Crossover categories. Other featured artists included on this album were Sting, Josh Groban, Chris Botti, Kristin Chenoweth, and Regina Spektor. Together they filmed “Great Performances: Live at Lincoln Center” for PBS.

Moreno’s songs are cleverly crafted and he continues to command audiences around the world with his highly contagious music and playful stage antics. Tickets for the Jan. 19 performance with Moreno start at $55, and are $5 for youth 18-and-under.

All tickets to the Webb Center’s 2019-20 season are now on sale. Call the Webb Center Box Office at (928) 684-6624 or go online to for a full schedule of events and to watch video previews.

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