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Formed in 1986, Big Head Todd and the Monsters has been one of the most followed live acts in all of the Mountain states in America. Since their debut in 1989, the band has released a couple of studio as well as live albums, which garnered mediocre popularity on charts as well as among the listeners. However band is specially known for their energetic live performances that you can too witness with your Big Head Todd and the Monsters tickets. As far as their albums are concerned, the band attained popularity when their 1993 release Sister Sweetly went platinum in America.
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The band started off as a trio and its original lineup comprised of the guitarist and vocalist Todd Park Mohr, Drummer Brian Nevin and Bassist/Vocalist Rob Squires. All three of them got acquainted with each other as they attended Columbine High School. After high school Mohr got separated from the other two but later he rejoined them as he started attending University of Colorado as well. Three of them started playing music together soon they were seen performing live in various clubs all over Boulder, Denver and Fort Collins. Thanks to their extensive touring all across Colorado and Mountain states, Big Head Todd and the Monsters captured quite some fan following for themselves.
Almost two years later after they started touring, the band started its own record label called Big Records and debuted with their studio album Another Mayberry in 1989. The release was then followed by the release of Midnight Radio which came out the next year. As the years progressed, bandís live fan following kept on building up and by the year 1993, they had considerable amount of fans showing up to each of their live performance all across the nation. Also in the same year, the band performed at the H.O.R.D.E Festival as well and recorded their Big Head Todd and the Monsters Live album there.
In 1993, the band struck a deal with Giant Records and started working on their upcoming album Sister Sweetly. On that album, they worked with David Z who an associate to Prince. The album went on be their most successful studio release so far, as it spawned three charting singles. With charting singles like Broken Hearted Savior, Circle and Bittersweet the album went on to receive platinum status in United States. The following year the group release another album called Strategem which was produced by Mohr himself. Although it peaked on Billboard 200 at #30 spot, but it still wasnít able to do as good as their previous release did.
In 1995, the band also gave their single Tangerine to Encomium: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin. A year before that, one of their songs called In the Morning was also featured in the 1994 feature film Blown Away.
The band went in to the studio once again to record their follow up album, this time with former member of Talking Heads, Jerry Harrison. For that album, Corey Mauser and Bernie Worrell played the keyboard parts and the album was finally released in 1997. During their recording sessions, John Lee Hooker also played with the band on bandís rendition of Hookerís famous song Boom Boom. This track along with Resignation Superman went on to be the two charting singles from the album. Two more studio albums by the band came out in 2002 and 2004 titled Riviera and Crimes of Passion respectively.
The band also performed at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado and recorded their yearly charity show that they organized to help fund the autism research. The recorded material was later sold in form of USB drives following the conclusion of the show. The band went on tour yet again the following year. As of the moment, Big Head Todd and the Monsters are on tour for the present year as well. So if youíre a fan of their music, then itís a must see event for you.
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