An Orchestral Evening with Olivia Newton John at the Greek Theatre
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The last date listed for Olivia Newton John was Wednesday September 8, 2004 / 7:30pm.
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Born in Cambridge, England, Olivia Newton-John is known as an interpretative artist, singing with a unique and timeless combination of a clear and light voice delivered with delicate sensitivity and tenderness. Her public appeal has proved to be equally timeless. Her career has spanned more than three decades and she is still a vibrant, creative individual that is adored by fans across the world.
Her current CD, simply titled, "2," was recorded in 2002 in Australia and features a host of talented Aussies along with a couple of her American friends. Already platinum in Australia , the album is quickly garnering international acclaim. Never happy to stay still, Olivia has continuously broadened her musical endeavors. Rooted early on in country, she has branched out to pop, rock, folk ballads and even dance music. Her most popular hits such as "Physical," "Magic" and "Xanadu" have firmly established her as a musical icon in the US and around the world.
Now this beloved and versatile artist will be playing in her hometown of Los Angeles with a full band and symphony orchestra.