Muse Los Angeles Tickets
Muse released their latest album in 2015 and it made it to the top of the UK Music charts. This is now their fifth consecutive album to accomplish this feat and they are expected to continue in the same vein in the future as well. The band was formed in 1994 and it took them five years of extensive touring before they could release their first album, titled “Showbiz,” in 1999. Their highest selling albums are their 2003 release, “Absolution” and the 2006 album, titled “Black Holes and Revelations.” Both these records were certified three times platinum. They have now hit the road once again and will soon make their way to you. Book your Muse Los Angeles tickets and enjoy the concert, live at the Staples Center.
What started as just an experiment in college over twenty years ago has now become one of the leading rock bands in the world. Muse has been part of the music industry for quite some time now and so far has managed to sell over seventeen million albums around the world. Their latest album came out in 2015 and now they are all set to go out on a tour for their millions of fans everywhere.
Muse consists of three members, with Matthew Bellamy on vocals, lead guitar and piano, Christopher Wolstenholme taking over the bass guitar duties and Dominic Howard on the drums. All three were at the Teignmouth Community College at the same time and playing in separate groups, before they decided to band together to form Muse in 1994.
Over the next four years, they toured all over the country in order to build a significant fan following and after making a name for themselves, they released their first album, “Showbiz” in 1999.
Rise to the Top
Their debut album was certified platinum and made it to number twenty nine on the UK Music charts. Since then they have released six more albums, five of which made it to number one on the UK Music charts and four were certified multiplatinum. The rest recorded either platinum or gold level sales.
Now these Grammy Award winners are heading out on tour to promote their latest album, “Drones.” If you want to be a part of this experience, then get your Muse Los Angeles tickets and watch them live at the Staples Center.