Andrew Mcmahon Tickets
Andrew McMahon is a multi-talented musician. He has worked as a singer, pianist and lyricist. He released his debut music album ‘Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness’ in October of 2014 and is on tour to promote it. He will also be making a stop in your city as part of the tour. Atlas Genius and Night Riots will be opening for him. To catch the rising star live in concert, all you need to have are Andrew McMahon tickets. So buy them before they run out.
Andrew McMahon is out on the road to promote his debut music record ‘Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness.’ He will be making stops in numerous cities as part of this tour.
Born in 1982 in Concord, Massachusetts, McMahon lived in New Jersey until the year 1991 following which he relocated to Bexley, Ohio with his family. After the death of his uncle who himself was an artist, McMahon found himself deeply inspired and inclined towards music. Soon he learned to play the piano. His family decided to live in California so that he could complete his schooling. McMahon however was more inclined towards arts than academics. He graduated in the year 2000 from the Dana Hills High School.
McMahon formed his first music band “Left Here” when he was still in high school. Besides him, the band had the future “Something Corporate” band mates Brian Ireland on drums and Kevin ‘Clutch’ Page on bass. But soon they disbanded following which McMahon recorded a four-track demo CD with the help of his friends that included guitarist Josh Partington. They were joined by rhythm guitarist Reuben Hernandez and soon emerged as a piano rock band Something Corporate.
With Andrew McMahon as the front man, Something Corporate recorded and self-released their ten-track demo record ‘Ready…Break’ in the year 2000. The album led them to a contract with Drive-Thru Records under which the band released the EP ‘Audioboxer.’ McMahon’s vocals and piano won the album a lot of attention and appreciation owing to which the band was signed by Drive-Thru’s distributer, MCA. Something Corporate hence made their major label debut in 2002 with ‘Leaving Through the Window.’ The band has performed reunion tours but is no longer signed to any record label.
Jack’s Mannequin was a rock band that started out as a solo project for McMahon. The band released the album ‘Everything in Transit’ in 2005. The record made it to the Billboard 200 at number 37. The next release by the band was ‘The Glass Passenger.’ Released in 2008, this album reached the top ten on the Billboard 200 and sold 49,000 copies in its first week of release. Shortly after the release of ‘People and Things’ in 2011, McMahon announced that in future he would make music under his own name and not Jack’s Mannequin anymore.
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
‘Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness’ is the pianist’s first self-titled music album. It was released via Vanguard Records in October, 2014. Its single ‘Cecila and the Satellite’ preceded the release of the album. Other tracks on the album include ‘See Her On The Weekend,’ ‘Canyon Moon’ and ‘High Dive.’ The record has received positive reviews from the critics and its songs are fast gaining popularity among the fans.
McMahon is on his Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness tour and will be joined by Atlas Genius and Night Riots as opening acts. Atlas Genius is an alternative rock band hailing from Adelaide, Australia. Their debut music album ‘When It Was Now’ has made it to the Billboard 200. Two of their songs ‘Trojans’ and ‘If So’ have appeared on the Alternative Songs chart. They group has given sold out performances in the UK as well as the US.
Night Riots too is an alternative rock band comprising members Travis Hawley, Mikel Van Kranenburg, Nick Fotinakes, Rico Rodriquez and Matt DePauw. Among their hit songs are ‘Everything Will Be Alright,’ ‘End of the World’ and ‘Work It.’
The caravan is about to hit your city. So, grab your Andrew McMahon tickets and get ready for a rocking night of rock music. Don’t miss this chance.
ANDREW MCMAHON NEWS AND UPDATES
Andrew McMahon Announces Pen and the Piano Tour
Singer and songwriter Andrew McMohan is all set to kick off a tour in support of his new music album titled Zombies On Broadway. Titled the Pen and the Piano Tour, it is scheduled to kick off with a concert in Kansas City on April 10 following which it will make stops in cities including Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Detroit and Chicago. Bob Oxblood, Zac Clark and Allen Stone will be joining McMohan on the road as special guests.
Zombies On Broadway was released via Vanguard Records in February of 2017. It follows up the album Andrew McMohan in the Wilderness which came out in 2014 and reached the 21st spot on the Billboard 200.
Andrew Mcmahon Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Andrew Mcmahon tickets is $50. The date and location for this event is 15-Jun-18 at Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale. The minimum get-in price for Andrew Mcmahon tickets is $44.
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|Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness||Fort Lauderdale||15-Jun-18||$50||$44|
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Q:What are the prices for Andrew Mcmahon tickets if I buy them 3 days before the concert?
A:Andrew Mcmahon ticket price is currently starting from $40 and the minimum get in price is $7 but these are the prices for today. As the concert draws nearer, ticket prices usually go up so, it is recommended to buy his concert tickets from our reliable brokers at the earliest.
Q:Has Andrew Mcmahon confirmed to perform in Portland?
A:Yes! The famous singer behind the hit single, Synesthesia, Andrew McMahon has announced to play a concert in Portland. That show will be held live at the Aura on June 8, 2018. In case, if his schedule changes, we will notify about it on our website so you can stay updated.
Q:When will Andrew McMahon conclude his tour?
A:Andrew McMahon is on tour to promote his album, ‘Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness’. He has performed several shows around North America and is yet to hit the stage in multiple cities including, Grand Rapids, Toronto, Cleveland, Rochester, Hartford and Baltimore. McMahon is scheduled to end the trek in June.