Judah and the Lion Tickets
Judah and the Lion is one of Nashville’s formative genre-defying bands which has stood apart for not stemming from the country scene. The up-and-coming band is booking up multiple venues throughout 2017 for gigs across the country. In August, they announced even more dates to this tour, dubbing it the “Going to Mars Tour.” The four-piece is headlining a number of events along with artists such as Vance Joy and Portugal. The Man. They have also opened for Incubus this year and are doing solo shows in arenas throughout the U.S. Judah and the Lion tickets for these events and more are on sale now.
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Judah and the Lion is a result of its four members’ diverse taste in music. Lead Judah Akers, Nate Zuercher, Brian Macdonald and Spencer Cross all grew up in different parts of the U.S, and so grew up listening to a variety of genres between them. Folk, pop, rock and roll, hip-hop, classical— the four-piece liked all these musical influences. They met in college, in Tennessee and clicked. And well, the rest is history.
Like Kids These Days
“Like Kids These Days” is exactly the powerhouse, impactful first album that a band needs to make a statement. And Judah and the Lion did not fail to deliver on this account. “Kickin’ da leaves” is a commendable opening track which has one hooked from the first go. It supports the band’s signature, layered harmonies and the up-beat rhythm in particular gives it a retentive quality. “Hold On” maintains this string-action as well which reiterates exactly the kind of music Judah and the Lion want to be identified by.
However, as soon as one believes they have these guys figured out, “Everything Changes” begins playing and listeners are completely thrown off— in the right way, ofcourse. The beat is slower on this track, and it has an anthemic contemplative tone, as though big ideas are being projected after careful pondering.
The album also contains important tracks which define the band’s message to their viewers. “Twenty-Somethings” is an anthem for the youth and no less, which rounds off the album’s title “Like Kids These Days” perfectly. It says “we don’t know where we’re going, but we’re on the run” which attaches a certain amount of poignancy to the band’s songwriting as well.
Folk Hop N Roll
For Judah and the Lion, it is their second album which kicked things off for them. Titled “Folk Hop N Roll,” the album truly showcased the various styles of music which inspired these band members. Akers has mentioned on numerous occasions that there are no limits to the kind of music they make and “Folk Hop N Roll” is testament to this fact.
Despite amalgamating all of these genres, the album does not sound like a collection of those styles. Instead, it creates a completely new sound which one cannot be classified as a particular genre. Take the case of “Graffiti Dreams” on the album. The track is subtle, and lacks the groove of hip-hop, folk or rock and roll. Nevertheless, the musical arrangements puts you in a bluesy rock mood, which becomes reflective of these genres.
Judah and the Lion is a relatively new band. They released their first album in 2014, titled “Like Kids These Days” which quickly climbed to number four on Billboard’s Folk Charts. “Folk, Hop n Roll” took them to new heights, with them playing over 150 shows in 2015 alone. Almost instantaneously, the band went from club gigs, to theater performances and in 2017, they are also booking arenas.
Come to think of it, Judah and the Lion have gained fame largely based on their live performances. In explaining their latest album “Folk Hop N Roll,” Akers stresses that the album has been kept as close to a live performance as possible because that is what most of their fans identify with. Even when they are performing solo shows, the act keeps featuring other artists.
Despite being a well-known band, for example, they opened for Incubus earlier in 2017. This is because the band does not want to miss any opportunity to perform in front of an audience. Even the “Going to Mars” tour contains certain shows where the band is performing with many other acts and then some solo gigs. Therefore, you have many opportunities to catch them in the act, all of you have to do is get yourself some Judah and the Lion tickets.
Judah and the Lion Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Judah and the Lion tickets is $105. The date and location for this event is 3-Dec-19 at The Chelsea - The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas. The minimum get-in price for Judah and the Lion tickets is $32.
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