Counting Crows Morrison Tickets
Hailing from Berkley, Counting Crows is a rock band which has sold more than twenty million albums worldwide. Formed in 1991, it was one of the most prominent bands during the alternative rock movement. Currently the band is out on the roads for its live concerts and will be coming to the Morrison. So, get your seats booked by buying the Counting Crows Morrison tickets in advance and get ready to be captivated by their catchy melodies and impressive lyrics. Since the release of its debut album in 1993, Counting Crows has been breaking records and entering new realms of music world.
Counting Crows can be caught performing live in Morrison by getting some Counting Crows Morrison tickets in advance. Influenced by music personalities and bands like Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, R.E.M, Nirvana, and Mike + The Mechanics, Counting Crows started off as an acoustic duo. Consisting of Duritz who was a singer and former member of The Himalayans and David Bryson who was a guitarist and producer, the band used to play gigs in both San Francisco and Berkley back then. By the year 1993, the band had grown to a quintet consisting of Duritz, the primary songwriter; Bryson, the guitarist; Matt Malley, the bassist; Steve Bowman, the drummer; and Charlie Gillingham, the keyboardist.
Earlier in 1993, the band got the chance to fill in for the legendary rocker Van Morrison at the ceremony of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame where they played the cover of "Caravan" by Van Morrison. This event led the band to gain much public attention and popularity. The same year, band signed up with Geffen Records and after few months, debuted with "August and Everything" whose hit single was "Mr. Jones." The album remained quite successful and sold more than seven million copies. Soon after that the band suffered two setbacks, Duritz had a nervous breakdown and Steve Bowman left the band.
Coming out of all these hurdles, Counting Crows continued its recordings and in 1995 released their second studio album "Recovering the Satellites." In the following years, the band was joined by the guitarist David Immergluck and the third album "This Desert Life" hit the stores. To this day the band has released a total of six studio albums. Their latest album "Underwater Sunshine" came out in 2012.