Counting Crows Berkeley Tickets
Counting Crows has sold millions of album copies across the world. It has garnered a cult fan following not just in the US but in other parts of the world as well. You will also become a fan of this band once you watch it perform live. Counting Crows Berkeley tickets are now available so book the deals quickly. Counting Crows music draws influence from a number of acclaimed bands and artists like Van Morrison. Nirvana, R.E.M, Mike + The Mechanics, The Band and Bob Dylan. Till date the band has released six studio albums, the latest being Underwater Sunshine (2012).
Counting Crows has some rocking yet melodious chart hitting tracks to its name. Over the last couple of decades, Counting Crows’ fan following has grown a great deal. The band received an Academy Award nomination for one of its songs “Accidentally in Love.” In the past the band has been associated with groups like The Himalayans and Sordid Humor. It is always a pleasant experience watching Counting Crows live on stage, so purchase Counting Crows Berkeley tickets and have a great time.
Counting Crows band was founded in 1991 in the city of Berkley. It is the brainchild of two friends; singer and pianist Adam Duritz and guitarist David Bryson. The lineup further includes Charlie Gillingham on accordion, David Immergluck on banjo/guitar, Dan Vickery on lead guitar, Millard Power on bass guitar and Jim Bogios on drums. Counting Crows has released albums like August and Everything After, Recovering the Satellites, This Desert Life, Hard Candy, Underwater Sunshine and Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings. The band’s debut album August and Everything After remains their most successful one so far. It was certified 7x Platinum in Canada and the US.
Some chart hitting singles by Counting Crows are “Mr Jones,” “A Murder of One,” “Einstein on the Beach,” “Angels of the Silences,” “A Long December,” “Have You Seen Me Lately,” “A Long December” and “Rain King.” For two songs the band collaborated with artists like Vanessa Carlton and BLOF. The songs “Big Yellow Taxi” and “Holiday in Spain” gained a lot of popularity.
Once again Counting Crows will be giving a live performance in their home city at the Greek Theater. This century old venue is an amphitheater and it is the property of the University of California. It can seat up to 8500 attendees. You will definitely enjoy watching this group live on stage so don’t wait, get Counting Crows Berkley tickets now.