Cherub tickets are being sold quickly. So, grab them at the earliest if you want to watch this Nashville based electro-indie band perform live. Cherub was formed in 2010 by Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber due to their common interest in electronic music. They had to put in a lot of hard work to be where they are today. Because of that they have become extremely popular which has resulted in them playing their first NYC show as headliners at the Highline Ballroom. Today, the duo is selling out shows everywhere in the world.
Cherub have shown there is more to Nashville than just country music. The duo is quickly gaining worldwide fame and has been seen collaborating with big stars like, Paper Diamond, Big Gigantic, Eliot Lipp and DJ Premier. They are now scheduled to play multiple shows this fall so, if you are ready to dance to their infectious beats live, then get your Cherub tickets.
How Cherub Started
Inspired by the post-disco era of the ‘80s, Cherub was formed by two friends, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber. The duo met each other for the first time at the Nashville Shores, a water park in Nashville while riding boogie boards in the wave pool. Both connected over their same interests in music. The guys stayed friends for five years before they thought of pursuing music professionally and formed a group, Cherub. They soon began to perfect their production skills by using softwares like, Pro Tools, Reason and Ableton.
While they were learning how to produce beats, Cherub decided to build their fan base through word of mouth and began performing gigs around their hometown. They played shows consistently, creating a massive buzz and before long, they were being asked to perform at major festivals including, South by Southwest, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo. During this time, the guys recorded their first extended play, ‘Man of the Hour’ which came out through Elm & Oak on January 1, 2011. This EP was packed with up-tempo songs and included hits like, Disco Inferno, Love You Right, Remember the Good Times, Goodbye Winter and Dirty Cockroaches.
Making Their Presence Felt
Cherub didn’t wait for much long to release their next masterpiece and dropped their first full-length studio album, ‘MoM & DaD’ in 2012. The album saw them experiment with their signature style and contained some elements of pop and rock. That helped the group produce twelve hypnotizing hits for this record including, Xoxo, Roxxy and Hold Me. They refused to slow down their pace and put out their second extended play, ‘100 Bottles’ which arrived in the stores on March 5, 2013. The EP composed of six songs, Heartbreaker, Jazzercise ’95, Do I (Where We Are), Promises, Where We Should Be and Drowzzzy. Out of these tracks, the duo released the music video of, Heartbreaker on October 15, 2013.
Following the release of ‘100 Bottles,’ Cherub announced to perform a handful of live shows throughout the month of October before coming out with their third EP in the same year. Titled, ‘Antipasto,’ this extended play is their first release through Columbia Records. The EP was composed of four tracks including their breakthrough song, Doses & Mimosas. The track turned out to be a massive success around the world and their lives changed forever. The track reached twenty third spot on the Alternative Songs chart and received over twenty million hits on YouTube. It also topped The Hype Machine chart.
In May of 2014, Cherub issued their sophomore studio effort, ‘Year of the Caprese.’ The album featured twelve songs on the track-list including, Chocolate Strawberries, Work the Middle, Simple and This Song is For You. Before the year could end, the duo shared their fourth EP with the world entitled, ‘Leftovers’ which was made up of five songs.
Bleed Gold, Piss Excellence
On October 14, 2016, Cherub’s latest and third studio effort, ‘Bleed Gold, Piss Excellence’ came out. The album offered great songs including, Dedicated to the Bubble, Very Rare, Outside of Myself and Black Magic. It also contained a collaborative track with T.I. called, Signs.
The band has now announced to perform a series of live shows throughout the remainder of 2018. They will be playing gigs in cities like, Baton Rouge, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Denver, Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles. So, if you haven’t seen them perform live yet then now is your chance to do that. Simply, book your Cherub tickets and let the good times roll.
Cherub Tour Dates 2019 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Cherub's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Philadelphia at the Kung Fu Necktie on 14-Jul-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
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Cherub Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Cherub tickets is $36. The date and location for this event is 14-Jul-19 at Kung Fu Necktie, Philadelphia. The minimum get-in price for Cherub tickets is $28.
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