Mumford And Sons Niagara On The Lake Tickets
Mumford & Sons are a well-known British rock band. They were formed in 2007 and have released three albums since then. The first two albums have won quite a few awards and established the band as a bluegrass and folk music band. Along with the studio albums, the band has released two live albums as well. Mumford & Sons performed with Bob Dylan at the 2011 Grammy Awards and performed at the White House for a state dinner. This led to their increased popularity in America. Get Mumford & Sons Niagara on the lake tickets and catch the live performance of this British rock band.
With just three albums released, Mumford & Sons have done a terrific job, winning acclaim locally and abroad. Their first album, ‘Sigh No More’, which was released in 2009, introduced them to the public. It not only reached the second spot on the Billboard 200, but also managed to haul in six Grammy Award nominations and the Brit Award for Best British Album. The second album, ‘Babel’, came out in 2012 and did better than its predecessor; it topped the US Billboard 200 and became the fastest selling album of the year in the UK.
While this album also managed to secure eight Grammy nominations, it also provided the band with their first Grammy Award for “Album of the Year” and “Best Long Form Music Video.” Get Mumford & Sons Niagara on the Lake tickets and watch the British band perform their newest stuff from album, ‘Wilder Mind’. Niagara on the Lake is a scenic town in Southern Ontario, where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario.
For their third album, ‘Wilder Mind’, the band took on board James Ford, a producer who has worked with several famous bands such as ‘Florence + the Machine’ and the ‘Arctic Monkeys’. The band spent almost eight months writing songs for the album. This album is supposed to be different from their past works, featuring lesser acoustic instruments such as the banjo. With songs such as ‘Tompkins Square Park’, ‘The Wolf’ and ‘Just Smoke’, the album promises to live up to its high expectations.