Dropkick Murphys Sayreville Tickets
Setting off 2014 St. Patrick’s Day Tour in February 2014, Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys will be visiting many North American cities. Though the band has come up with quite a few albums, the tour is launched to promote its sixth album in particular. "The Meanest of Times" features some amazing musical numbers and also showcases the ensemble’s diversity across many genres. The record is a great success and Dropkick Murphys are ready to take to stage the best songs out of it. As per tradition, Dropkick Murphys will close its tour with many shows in Boston which is their hometown. Watch the band’s concert with your Dropkick Murphys Sayreville tickets for a fun-filled evening.
St. Patrick’s Day may not be that close, but for Dropkick Murphys it’s never that far. The Celtic rockers from Massachusetts have announced the schedule dates for their St. Patrick’s Day Tour in 2014. The tour will start in February and the band will travel through more than a dozen cities in North America. Dropkick Murphys will also be making a stop at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey on March 10, 2014 for a one day performance. Hosting several concert performances and musical events, the venue warmly welcomes Dropkick Murphys to grace the stage and entertain the locals. If you attend concerts frequently then you must not miss watching Dropkick Murphys live at Starland Ballroom. Dropkick Murphys Sayreville tickets are easily available, so hurry and grab your share.
The Celtic punk band comes out swinging with its sixth studio record, "The Meanest of Times". The album is a collection of stories about loyalty and family. The album features DKM sound’s best elements: a classic punk rock’s intricate distillation, American rock 'n' roll and Celtic folk. This record puts the sincerity, diversity and intensity of the ensemble on full flaunt. It is the highest chart debut of the band to date. The album featuring the successful track, "The State of Massachusetts" was released in 2007 and the group will also be bringing the material from its other successful records as well.
Hailed in 1996, Dropkick Murphys received its big break with its 2004 song "Tessie". Dropkick Murphys cites punk bands including Stiff Little Fingers, The Ramones, Swinging Utters and The Clash as its early influences. Although the band is regularly referred to as a Celtic punk group, the members have also included punk rock subgenres such as Oi! into their musical style. Dropkick Murphys have gone through a lineup change and its current members include Ken Casey, Matt Kelly, Al Barr, James Lynch, Tim Brennan, Josh "Scruffy" Wallace and Jeff DaRosa. Along with the wonderful Dropkick Murphys, another fine artist Skinny Lester will be seen in the shows, opening for the band. Be there with your tickets to have a great time.