Dead Sara Tickets
Dead Sara is a post-hard rock band belonging to Los Angeles. The band comprises of four members, with Sean Friday on drums, Emily Armstrong as the lead vocalist, Chris Null the bassist and Siouxsie Medley the lead guitarist as well as backing vocalist. Dead Sara is riding high because of the success of their recently released single titled Weatherman, which was featured in their self-titled debut album, released in 2012. Soon with all of their gothic tracks lined up, the band is going to make a stop in your city and you can now purchase Dead Sara tickets online as well.
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Dead Sara’s member Emily Armstrong was a solo folk artist way before the band was formed. She was also a member of many different school bands that she formed every now and then. According to her, she initially started off by playing guitar and writing lyrics. She wasn’t really into singing until she reached the age of fifteen, when she started to focus on singing as well. In that age her voice started to sound stronger and steadier at a number of different pitches, enabling her to sing-scream at full voice as well as on key without using any Auto-Tune and other such filters.
Medley and Armstrong got to know each other through a mutual friend Diva Gustafsson in the year 2002. Together, they started to co-write lyrics and compose music in 2003. By 2004, their track ‘Changes’ was released and it became their very first official rerecording as a duo. As a band, the two of them performed for the very first time at a nightclub in Los Angeles named The Mind in the year 2005. Armstrong played bass guitar along with their first drummer Aaron Bellcastro, making them a trio.
Briefly, the band was named "Epiphany" until in mid 2005, they decided on Dead Sara. The name comes from a song by Fleetwood Mac named Sara and its lyrics which have a line "Said Sara" which is often heard as "Dead Sara." Medley and Armstrong refer to Stevie Nicks, the writer of the song as their main influence. During this time, Medley changed her name to a more stylistic one: Siouxsie in reference of Sioux Indians, a tribe of Native America, which is one of her heritages.
Dead Sara embarked on their very first tour in 2007, being an opening act for the band Endless Highway. During the same time, their very first EP under the name of "The Airport Sessions" was also released through Viscount Records. The lineup changed quite a lot through these years and finally settled down to the band’s current members in around 2009. Armstrong, in 2009 was asked by Courtney Love to appear as backing vocalist for the album "Nobody’s Daughter." The album came out in 2010. In 2011, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the famous singer Grace Slick was asked about a contemporary female singer that she liked and she named Emily Armstrong.
Dead Sara was discovered by WCCC’s Mike Karolyi when he was at Sunset Sessions where the premiere of Staind’s documentary was to take place. He heard Dead Sara playing and when he returned to the station, he played their track Weatherman over the radio, giving them their very first mainstream exposure. From there, they started off performing with famous names such as The Used and Chevelle and their track also managed to peak on the charts. Now this post punk band is on tour once again and will soon make a stop in your city for which the Dead Sara tickets are already up for sale.
Dead Sara Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Dead Sara tickets is $24. The date and location for this event is 21-Oct-18 at Teragram Ballroom, Los Angeles. The minimum get-in price for Dead Sara tickets is $18.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Dead Sara||Los Angeles||21-Oct-18||$24||$18|
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