Mumford And Sons Columbia Tickets
Mumford & Sons, the British rock band from London, has grown exponentially in fame since its formation in 2007. The band has released three albums and earned a plethora of awards for their efforts. Their latest album, titled ‘Wilder Mind’ hit the music stores just recently and it is making quite a few headlines for all the right reasons. The band consists of four members; Marcus Mumford plays the drums and guitar, Ben Lovett plays the keyboards, Ted Dwane plays the bass and drums, while Winston Marshall plays the banjo, electric guitar and Dobro. All four members chip in on the vocals. Get Mumford & Sons Columbia tickets and watch the band perform their latest and biggest hits live at the Merriweather Post Pavilion.
Mumford & Sons have established themselves as huge players in the folk rock genre. They have three major albums ‘Sigh No More,’ ‘Babel’ and ‘Wilder Mind’ to back their popularity. While the first album went multiple platinum, ‘Babel’ sold six hundred thousand in just the first week in the US alone, going on to become the fastest selling album of the year. It also topped charts in the UK and US, after its predecessor managed to rank at number two on the Billboard 200 and the UK Albums Chart.
Mumford & Sons have won several awards through the eight years they have been active. They have been nominated for the Grammy Award fourteen times and have won on two occasions, in the ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Long Form Music Video’ categories. They have also won two Brits Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, an Ivor Novello Award and a Juno Award. With three highly successful albums and multiple awards, fans have high expectations regarding the band’s latest tour. Get Mumford & Sons Columbia tickets and watch them entertain their fans with their upbeat songs. Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, will host the Englishmen at the Merriweather Post Pavilion.
Mumford & Sons have created a sound of their own with their banjo heavy music and chorused lyrics. However they are willing to experiment with new music and broaden their horizons. Their third album is an attempt towards that. The prospect seems exciting as Mumford & Sons get ready to explore this new sonic territory.