Two of the biggest jam bands, Moe and Railroad Earth, will be teaming up for a couple of exciting performances. The two bands will perform at five venues, starting with Sumtur Amphitheatre in Nebraska. From here, they’ll head out to Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. Their third performance will be in East Providence, Rhode Island while their fourth will be in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania. Their final performance will be at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
If you’re a fan of jam music then get your Moe tickets now.
Moe is also scheduled to perform live at the SAMMY Awards, where they will also be inducted into the SAMMY’s Hall of Fame. Moe’s last studio album came out in 2014. So, listen to their latest music by being at one of their concerts.
In addition to releasing DVDs and videos, Moe has released multiple studio and live albums. Moe has also released a compilation album, promotional releases and limited-edition releases.
Moe at the Beginning
Moe was formed at the University of Buffalo when three musicians, Ray Schwartz, Rob Derhak and Chuck Garvey got together to play a Halloween show for a friend in 1989. In 1990, Garvey was joined by Steve Hunter on vocals and saxophone and Dave Kessler on guitar. The group named themselves Five Guys named Moe based on a Louis Jordan single. During the same year, Hunter left the band and the remaining members changed the band’s name initially to Haggis and later Moe.
Al Schnier, a guitarist, started to jam with the band soon after without officially joining them. He would officially join Moe in 1992, however the same year Kessler would leave the band.
The band released their debut studio album in 1992 called Fatboy. At the time, it was released on a cassette and the band would re-release the same in 1999 on a CD. Due to lack of funds, the album was recorded in an apartment over 10 sessions. The album received mixed reviews, with All Music giving it 3/5 stars. For this album, Moe used overdubs for solos and vocals and sixteen track audio for the recording. When Moe initially started recording this album, Ray Schwartz was their drummer, who left in the middle of the recording to pursue graduate studies. Jim Loughlin later joined Moe as the new drummer. Some of the biggest hits from the album were Long Island Girls Rule, Y.O.Y, and Havah Nagilah.
In 1994, the band released their second studio album Headseed. It was a much bigger success than their previous album with All Music giving it 4/5 stars. Some of the most notable singles from this album were St. Augustine, Timmy Tucker, Mexico and Akimbo.
Since their 1994 release, Moe has gone on to release nine studio albums. Out of these, Wormwood, No Doy, Sticks and Stones, The Conch and their latest, No Guts, No Glory have enjoyed immense success, helping Moe win many fans.
Philanthropy & Fundraising
Moe frequently performs live at various venues to raise awareness and funds for a variety of causes. In 2005, they performed live at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City to raise funds for tsunami effected people and areas in Sri Lanka.
In 2006, Moe raised funds for the Kelberman Center. The Center is for children and adults with autism spectrum disorder and their families. They also donated $38,000 to the Center as part of The Face of Autism telethon.
In 2010, Moe held a benefit concert for WHY (World Hunger Year). The event was held at the Roseland Ballroom in New York again and a variety of artists were invited to perform.
Tours & Live Performances
Moe is known for its electrifying live performances. They have performed at the Bonnaroo Music Festival on multiple occasions. In addition, they have also performed at Radio City Music Hall. Moe has also opened for legendary bands such as The Who and The Allman Brothers. Moe’s 1999 performance at Woodstock is still remembered by their fans.
If you haven’t been to one of their concerts, now is your chance to see them live on stage. With Moe tickets in hand, you can see your favorite musicians perform live from their rather large repertoire of albums and singles.
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Moe's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Honolulu at the The Republik - Honolulu on 8-Sep-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
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Currently the average price for Moe tickets is $169. The date and location for this event is 8-Sep-17 at The Republik - Honolulu, Honolulu. The minimum get-in price for Moe tickets is $67.
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