Alabama Shakes Tickets
Athens, Alabama bred group, Alabama Shakes have kicked to the curb all sophomore slump tendencies and returned to the music scene with a bang. Following the release of their debut record in 2012, the quartet recently treated the fans to their second album that comes with a reinvigorated sound. Titled “Sound & Color”, it’s a creative cocktail of hazy soul, gritty rock and low-fi alternative music. The band has taken a giant leap forward, incorporating a bit of country, rock, jazz and funk into the mix. Alabama Shakes will soon hit the road in support of the album and have announced an extravagant North American trek. They continue to add more dates to the docket due to the great demand of Alabama Shakes tickets.
Rise from a Bar Band to the Rock Titans
Alabama Shakes have enjoyed a quick rise to success since their entry into the industry. Led by the dynamic singer and guitarist Brittany Howard, bassist Zac Cockrell, guitarist Heath Fogg and drummer Steve Johnson have grown from being obscure bar performers to the toast of the charts. Since their first album came out in 2012, Alabama Shakes have peaked on the charts at number 6, played at Saturday Night Live and Bonnaroo Festival, and also bagged two Grammys nominations. Howard, Alabama Shakes’ frontwoman, is gifted with powerful vocals and has an energetic stage presence. She recently took the stage at the Grammys alongside legends like Elton John, Mumford & Sons and Mavis Staples as part of a tribute to Levon Helm and gave quite an impressive performance. Alabama Shakes wowed the audience at the Coachella Festival 2015, treating them to the shifting shades of hard rock.
Alabama Shakes – Retro Rock Torchbearers
Alabama Shakes released their debut album “Boys & Girls” in 2012 and it featured the arresting, unique voice of Brittany Howard. Natural songwriting, laced with superb soul grooves and classic southern music made an instant impact, propelling the band to fame. The album made it to number 6 position on the US charts and in UK, peaked at 3rd spot. Through ingenious compositions the band revealed their intention – they were not just going to shake, but also roll, rattle and do almost everything to the body and ears that solid rock and soul music can. The single Hold On earned them a Grammy Award nomination in the “Best Rock Performance” category. The mighty and crackling Alabama Shakes certainly announced their arrival and that they are here to stay for a long time.
Alabama Shakes Set Loose With “Sound & Color”
Following their riveting debut, “Sound & Color” hit the shelves in April 2015. Reinventing the wheel, Alabama Shakes have come with a more polished effort. The quartet has infused modern beats that highlight the bluesy nature of the songs. Working through a blend of blues, alternative rock and southern traditions, the album opens with the lead single Don’t Wanna Fight. Howard once again impresses everyone with her emotive, powerful crooning and the album then dives into rock and soul territory that leaves the listeners hooked. Flirting through multiple tempos and genres, fans get to enjoy tender songs like Gimme All Your Love and Miss You, which is heart-on-sleeve, standard blues screamer. Alabama Shakes’ success is not only credited to Brittany Howard’s mind-blowing vocals, but also to the remaining trio who are equally superb on the instruments. Complimenting each other, they bring out some solid rock-blues gems.
Alabama Shakes – Living Up to the Hype
With two hit albums in their kitty, Alabama Shakes are taking the fans by storm with their live shows. The quartet has extended their summer trek and is adding more dates to the upcoming tour. They are also booked to perform at numerous festivals across the US and Europe. Alabama Shakes tickets have been announced for the new dates as well and the band is all set to live up to its reputation of rocking it live! Get into the groove with Alabama Shakes and when you reach ecstasy, know that You Ain’t Alone.
Alabama Shakes Tickets Prices
The average price for Alabama Shakes Tickets start from $87. The minimum get in price is $8 for Alabama Shakes Tickets at the Comerica Theatre, Phoenix. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Forecastle Festival: The Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes & Death Cab For Cutie - 3 Day Pass||Louisville||15-Jul-16||$236||$227|
|XPoNential Music Festival: Ryan Adams, Kurt Vile, Alabama Shakes & Old Crow Medicine Show - 3 Day Pass||Camden||22-Jul-16||$327||$54|
|XPoNential Music Festival: Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Jr. & Chicano Batman - Saturday Admission||Camden||23-Jul-16||$87||$10|
|Vertex Festival: Odesza, Alabama Shakes & Trey Anastasio Band - 3 Day Pass||Buena Vista||5-Aug-16||$297||$253|
|Alabama Shakes & Dawes||Taos||6-Aug-16||$109||$82|
|Alabama Shakes||Los Angeles||9-Aug-16||$192||$43|
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