Big Head Todd and The Monsters Morrison
Todd Park Mohr and his fellow band mates have long enjoyed a cult following. Their band, Big Head Todd and the Monsters was conceived in 1986. While they toured all over America, gathered love from fans and finally signed a label, they came out with their debut album Another Mayberry. Since then, the band has seen constant growth and success. It is no wonder then, that despite twenty-eight years in the running, the ensemble still retains its original band members, its fans and also its sound. Relaxed rock, infused with jazz and blues is the sound of the band that fans immediately identify with. Amassing critical and commercial acclaim, the band returns this year with Black Beehive. Fans can secure their Big Head Todd and the Monsters Morrison tickets today.
In 1986, Todd Park Mohr, Brian Nevin, Rob Squires and Jeremy Lawton came together to form Big Head Todd and the Monsters. In the 1980’s when alternative rock was gaining popularity, Big Head Todd and the Monsters made their debut with Another Mayberry. Husky vocals, appealing riffs, beats that will make you tap your feet along is what you can count on when you listen to their music. The band has enjoyed a loyal following since its debut in 1989. While traces of jazz, country, folk and blues can be identified in some of their songs, the band is primarily an alternative rock band.
Prior to being signed to any label, Big Head Todd and the Monsters gathered their fan base by touring across the country and playing in various towns. 1993 saw them propel into mainstream fame with their critically acclaimed album, Sister Sweetly. Over the span of their solid twenty eight year career, they have released fourteen studio albums and various live albums. Albums like Beautiful World and Rocksteady and singles Bittersweet, Broken Hearted Savior, Circle and Boom Boom became chart toppers. The band enjoyed massive praise for their relaxed rock music.
This year, the band is back with their critically acclaimed album Black Beehive. Incorporating jazz and blues into their inherently rock sound, the band has created an album that came as a pleasant surprise for many of its fans. The album serves as a celebration of the bands massive popularity. Fans can see the band live by purchasing Big Head Todd and the Monsters Morrison tickets today.