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Cher is one of the most accomplished performers in music history. Her career has spanned more than five decades, from early days as part of the folk duo Sonny & Cher to her peak as a star in music, movies, and television. But earning music immortality isn’t easy, and it’s been a long journey to this point for Cher. Cher has continually reinvented herself, reviving her career after periodic downturns. Her career’s longevity is the result of her business savvy and hard work.

Show business came into Cherilyn Sarkisian’s life early, but not from the very start. When Cher was born in El Centro, California in 1946, she came into a working-class family with serious troubles. Her father was a truck driver, but he spent too much time gambling and not enough time behind the wheel. He also had a drug problem. Cher’s father’s issues drove him apart from his wife, Jackie Jean Crouch, and the couple split when Cher was just ten months old.

Crouch’s second husband, John Southall, brought show business into the family for the first time. He was an actor, and brought Cher and her mother to Los Angeles. There, Cher’s mother took up acting herself, under the new name Georgia Holt. Holt had a successful career as a minor actress, playing bit roles in films and television. Along the way, Holt was able to secure parts for Cher and her half-sister as extras.

The good times didn’t last, though: Holt and Southall divorced when Cher was just nine years old. After that, Cher’s mother moved around the country. Cher and her mother had very little money: the lived in poverty, and Cher even had to spend some time at an orphanage when her mother couldn’t afford to care for her.

Cher managed to maintain a love of show business through these tough times. In fifth grade, she produced the class performance of the musical Oklahoma! The girls in her class were enthusiastic, but the boys weren’t, so Cher sang the male parts. Cher was very young, but she’d already developed the distinctive low voice that would become her musical calling card.

Cher’s life changed again in 1961, when her mother married an affluent bank manager. Cher and her half-sister were sent to private school – a new challenge for two girls who had grown up with nothing.

Cher didn’t like her new school, and she dropped out at the age of 16. She moved back to her childhood hometown of Los Angeles. She danced at small clubs on the Sunset Strip, trying to meet managers, agents, and fellow performers. She found the last of those three in the form of Sonny Bono, who was working for record producer Phil Spector at the time. Cher signed on to be Bono’s housekeeper, but was soon singing backup for tracks produced by Spector.

Cher and Bono fell for each other and soon married. They performed their own ceremony in a hotel room in Tijuana, Mexico, and began to perform together on-stage. Cher was originally supposed to be a solo artist, but thanks to crippling stage fright, she couldn’t bear to be on stage without Bono. Calling themselves Caesar & Cleo, the two released a series of three singles, none of which did particularly well.

Cher’s solo career, however, met with some early success. Her cover of the Bob Dylan song “All I Really Want to Do” hit 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. That success helped fuel the change in fortunes for Sonny and Cher’s folk duo. They recorded “I Got You Babe” and traveled to England to try to catch on, and succeeded when their outfits got them thrown out of the London Hilton. The resulting media attention sparked new interest in the group, which the couple now called simply Sonny & Cher.

“I Got You Babe” became a monster hit, reaching the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1965. Sonny & Cher released their album that same year. Finally, they were stars.

The success didn’t last forever. By the end of the 1960s, edgier bands were taking fans from the quieter folk scene that Cher was a part of. Sonny & Cher were dropped from their label, and Cher was dropped as a solo artist as well. But Cher got a new solo contract and managed to record two new albums. Her record 3614 Jackson Highway incorporated new types of music and was critically lauded, but Sonny Bono didn’t approve of the change in style, and so pressured Cher to leave the label.

1970 proved to be the low point in Cher’s career. Her marriage with Bono fell apart because of his infidelity, but the couple patched things up when Cher became pregnant. They got back together and mortgaged their home to make a film, which flopped. They were forced to play in smaller clubs with less friendly atmospheres.

In 1971, though, Cher got her most important break. CBS offered her and Sonny Bono their own television show. Called The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour, it drew high ratings and ran for three years.

During the show’s run, Cher took off as a solo artist. Working with MCA records, she released Foxy Lady (1972), which showcased her singing talents by emphasizing ballads. Sonny Bono battled with label executives over the material, though, and Cher soon recorded an album of standards – which, despite Bono’s convictions, flopped. Sonny & Cher continued as a duo, too. They released four new records in the 1970s.

In 1974, Sonny and Cher finally succumbed to the problems in their marriage and went through a messy divorce. Cher moved on, dating record executive David Geffen and later marrying Allman Brothers Band guitarist Gregg Allman, whose heroin addiction made for a turbulent relationship. She split from Allman and lived for a time with Gene Simmons of KISS. The late 70s were a turbulent time for Cher’s personal life, and her musical career didn’t fare much better.

At the dawn of the 1980s, Cher adapted and once again revived her career. Her 1979 disco song “Take Me Home” made her a star once again. But her musical success was fleeting – her first disco album did well, but her next one did poorly. Cher focused on film for a time. Fans traded in Cher tickets for movie tickets, seeing Cher in films like Mask (1985) and Moonstruck (1987).

In the late 1980s, Cher revived her musical career yet again. Her 1989 album Heart of Stone gained critical acclaim and sold well, and its single “If I Could Turn Back Time,” was a big hit. Cher was back, and her records sold well throughout the 90s.

In 1998, tragedy struck. Sonny Bono died in a skiing accident. Cher responded with a moving eulogy at his funeral and a TV special called Sonny & Me: Cher Remembers.

That same year, Cher had another huge hit: “Believe,” the title track from her best-selling album. Cher was wildly popular again in the late 1990s and 2000s, but she decided that she’d had enough. She announced that her 2002 tour would be her last, and fans rushed to buy Cher tickets for what they assumed would be the last time.

Cher kept true to her word for a time – she performed only on-screen, on Broadway and in a residency at Las Vegas. But fans got another chance to buy Cher tickets and see her on tour in 2014, when she returned to touring. It was yet another revival in a career that has been full of them. Cher had made an unforgettable impact on the music business by reinventing herself continually for five decades. Today, she’s as important as she’s ever been to the world of music.

Top 3 Cher Tracks:

I Hope You Find It
If I Could Turn Back Time

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Cheap Cher Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$21.00 Cher — 12/04/2014
Times Union Center; Albany, NY
$24.00 Cher — 11/01/2014
CenturyLink Center Omaha; Omaha, NE
$27.00 Cher — 10/24/2014
United Center; Chicago, IL
$29.00 Cher — 10/09/2014
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$30.00 Cher — 10/13/2014
Bryce Jordan Center; University Park, PA
$32.00 Cher — 10/06/2014
Times Union Center; Albany, NY
$33.00 Cher — 10/15/2014
Richmond Coliseum; Richmond, VA
$33.00 Cher — 10/15/2014
Richmond Coliseum; Richmond, VA
$35.00 Cher — 12/06/2014
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$35.00 Cher — 11/23/2014
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI

Best and Most Expensive Cher Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$419.00Cher — 09/03/2017
Theater at MGM National Harbor; Oxon Hill, MD
$411.00Cher — 01/17/2015
Resch Center; Green Bay, WI
$284.00Cher — 01/13/2015
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$284.00Cher — 01/15/2015
Allen County Stadium; Fort Wayne, IN
$232.00Cher — 09/07/2017
Theater at MGM National Harbor; Oxon Hill, MD
$222.00Cher — 01/19/2015
iWireless Center; Moline, IL
$194.00Cher — 01/11/2015
Van Andel Arena; Grand Rapids, MI
$190.00Cher — 08/31/2017
Theater at MGM National Harbor; Oxon Hill, MD
$188.00Cher — 01/05/2015
Verizon Wireless Arena - Manchester; Manchester, NH
$176.00Cher — 01/23/2015
U.S. Bank Arena; Cincinnati, OH