Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Tickets
The American rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has been producing a variety of rock songs for the past two decades. They have developed an eclectic sound over this time. The band has released eight studio albums over its time and three live albums based off their past tours. They turned their 2009 and 2014 world tour into a documentary and released them on DVDs. In 2017, the band is going on tour once more, this time around North America with their collection of songs. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club tickets for these shows are on sale now.
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About the Act
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club began in 1995 as “Elements” with Peter Hayes and Robert Levon Been as its founding members. They found their way to one another after meeting and sharing a passion for British rock bands in high school. After graduating high school, they went on to play for different bands but eventually formed “Elements” by adding Nick Jago to the group on drums. They began performing in 1998 officially but decided to change their name after noticing that many bands were called “Elements”. Therefore, they gained inspiration from Marlon Brando’s “The Wild One” and borrowed the name of his biker gang in the film.
By 1999, the band had relocated to Los Angeles and had finished a sixteen-track record. KCRW, a radio station from Santa Monica gave them their break with airplay for their songs and word about them quickly spread across the Atlantic. Noel Gallagher from Oasis in particular was keen to sign them on his new label, Brothers Recordings.
With so much buzz around them, Black Rebel had the luxury to pick a label and they went with Warner/ Chappell Productions. The band is still signed to them two decades down the road and it does not seem to want to change that. With this label they have released eight studio albums and close to seventeen singles.
“Howl” is considered the band’s best album to date and it propelled the band into the international limelight. After it, they began gaining an international fan following. “Howl” is known to have changed the game of modern rock music, even 22 years down the line. The acclaimed American superstar band The Foo Fighters have mentioned the influence this album has had on their music.
The album is predominantly an acoustic album, but somehow manages to sound even bigger than the hardest of hard rock anthems. It maintains this by adding layers of earthy instruments such as the banjo and accordion. This layered sound is an inspired attempt to display the band member’s American roots, the first time they have done so on an album. Even the title, “Howl” is a tribute to San Francisco’s very own Allen Ginsberg; the poet who became the voice of modern America and changed American art and culture forever more.
This album is appreciated for its honesty and authenticity. At the same time, it has musically altered the grunge of the 90s to a more ethereal sound— and that too by relying on acoustic guitars.
Wrong Creatures (2018)
“Wrong Creatures” is the band’s latest album and it is expected to be released in the beginning of 2018. At present, Black Rebel have released a lead single from the album, a raucous song titled “Little Thing Gone Wild”. This song seems like a completely new turn for the band, as it sounds like the members are competing with one another to be the loudest. The lead and back vocals are the same sound and Hayes’ guitar is higher than necessary in the recording. But it works beautifully as the band’s energy sounds more up than ever before.
Energy was a point of concern for the group, as they have been feeling the strain of constant touring lately. However, this track seems to have been a cathartic experience for them and one that could bring their energy back till the upcoming tour.
About the Tour
Yes, Black Rebel is about to hit the road again right after the release of “Wrong Creatures”. The band is headed to clubs such as the 9:30 Club in New York and theaters like the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver with their promotional tour for the new album. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club tickets for these shows are on sale now and you should grab them as early as possible.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club tickets is $73. The date and location for this event is 23-May-18 at The Fillmore - San Francisco, San Francisco. The minimum get-in price for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club tickets is $55.
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