New Order Chicago Tickets
Surviving the tragedy of the death of one of the key members of the Joy Division band, the remaining members decided to continue their music endeavors under a different name of ‘New Order’. Among its contemporaries, New Order was the first band to adopt the disco rhythms and electronic elements and merging them with its conventional rock beats to form a distinctive line of music. Even today the synthetic pop and rock tunes produced by the band are as distinctive and appealing as they were in its early years. Now this band is coming to your city for a live performance. Get your New Order Chicago tickets today and become part of an unforgettable live concert.
The eighties sensational American rock band, New Order, came into being following a tragedy. The former legendary band Joy Division lost one of its members to an unfortunate death and led the remaining members to rename their ensemble as an honor to the deceased artist. Changes in the forms of music produced by the band also followed this change of title, and the band started incorporating electronic and disco beats to its conventional rock music tunes as well. The pioneering work by the band also included fusion of dance music with new wave aesthetics. These experiments helped establish the band as one of the most influential and critically acclaimed band of the eighties. Three decades later, New Order is still among the most sought after front line rock bands. Now they are scheduled to appear in Chicago for a live concert. Hurry and get your New Order Chicago tickets before the stocks deplete.
Currently the band consists of five talented musicians; Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Stephen Morris, Tom Chapman and Phil Cunningham. Though the early years of the group were influenced by the form of music produced by Joy Divisionbut gradually it made its own niche. The band members are known for their minimal media exposure and non-inclusion of singles as album tracks. Their work reflects the aesthetic consideration that they give to their music rather than focusing on commercialization. One needs to watch the band perform live to enjoy their music.