Counting Crows Los Angeles Tickets
Most regular fans will remember Counting Crows by their bouncy tune “Accidentally in Love” that was used in ‘Shrek 2’ and was nominated for an Oscar in 2004. The more devoted fans will remember them by their great lineup of music and their debut album in 1993, August and Everything After, which had their hit single, “Mr. Jones” in its track-listing. That same band is out for a tour and will soon be coming to Los Angeles. Counting Crows Los Angeles tickets are available for a good old evening of rock and alternative genre for fans in LA, where the band will be performing at the Greek Theatre on Sunday, August 17, 2014.
Counting Crows have been pleasing audiences with their classic sound since 1991. The journey that began with their debut, August and Everything After, continued with Recovering the Satellites in 1996 and Underwater Sunshine in 2012. Their most recent release was Echoes of the Outlaw Roadshow, a live album that came out in April 2013. The band toured all through 2012 and 2013 to promote Sunshine. They also conducted a summer tour in North America in 2013 with The Wallflowers, whose front man is the legendary Bob Dylan’s son – Jakob Dylan. Counting Crows are performing at the Greek Theatre this time around, as part of Counting Crows Los Angeles concert.
They will be joined onstage by American alternative rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket, whose live performances are something to look forward to after the release of their first album in sixteen years, New Constellation. Being part of the 2014 tour, this concert promises to feature material from their upcoming album, which is their first new piece in seven years. The band members are also offering a limited opportunity to fans to meet with them. The experience may include a chance to see them in action, up-close at the night’s sound check, or even a photo and signing session.
Counting Crows are known for their feel-good, spontaneous and creative performances; particularly Adam Duritz’s habit of altering the mid-sections of songs and adding lyrics here and there. After their album, Across the Wire: Live in New York City, the band’s acoustic performances were also taken note of. Anyone who is buying Counting Crows Los Angeles tickets will get to enjoy this and a lot more.