Kiss Nashville Tickets
Kiss Nashville tickets are now up for sale as the American rock band, Kiss, has announced the dates for its ‘End Of The Road World Tour.’ The tour will kick off from next year and will take the band to several cities including Nashville. They are scheduled to perform in Nashville, Tennessee, at the Bridgestone Arena. Their guitar solos, echoic vocals, marching beats and head banging performances will be a treat for all the metal heads. Get ready to dance along to their classic hit songs. So buy your concert tickets at the earliest and catch your favorite band perform live in concert.
Having sold more than a hundred million albums all over the world, Kiss has established itself as one of the most influential bands in rock music. Now you have the chance to see them perform live. The show will be filled with mind blowing performances and eye catching gimmickry that will leave you dazzled so don’t forget to buy your Kiss Nashville tickets soon!
Rise to Fame
Well known for their elaborate stage outfits and face paint, the glam metal band rose to fame in the 1970s. Their elaborate stage performances, that featured levitating drum kits, shooting rockets, smoking guitars, blood spitting, and fire breathing, were loved by the fans. In fact, they introduced the concept of these kinds of theatrical productions that have now become a norm for heavy metal music concerts.
They released their debut album in 1974, which reached the 87th spot on the Billboard charts. However, their second album ‘Hotter Than Hell’ (1974) did not do well commercially. In 1975, they released their third studio album ‘Dressed to Kill’ which made its way to the Top 40. Their subsequent albums, including ‘Love Gun,’ ‘Rock and Roll Over’ and ‘Destroyer’ did well on the charts and were certified at least Platinum. By 1976, they had become the most famous band in the US, with sold out music tours, and eventually, their own television movie and make up line.
The Band’s Longevity
It has been more than forty years since the makeup smeared rock and roll band released their debut studio album. Their fan following has only increased over the past years. They are still loved by the audiences as much as they were loved by them back in the day. If you want to know why they have still remained relevant in today’s music scene, you might want to attend their concert. So book your tickets at the latest and see for yourself!
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