Phish Nashville Tickets
Phish is an American rock band widely recognized as one of the more prominent live music phenomena of all time. The group’s popularity is such that on the basis of word of mouth about their live performances they have drawn multitudes of followers from across the nation. Phish tickets are highly popular among Phish-heads. The band has a number of achievements and some spectacular performances to their credit. They have won the Jammys Lifetime Achievement Award and have headlined the Bonnaroo 2012 with the likes of Radiohead and Red Hot Chili Peppers. The music produced by the group blends eclectic genres including rock, funk, jazz, blues and folk.
Hailing from Burlington, Vermont, this multi-genre band is famous for their unique musical improvisations. Phish has garnered legions of loyal fans, courtesy of their distinctive live performances, so it is likely that Phish tickets will be in great demand among followers.
Early career highlights
Phish started off by releasing a number of experimental cassettes before they formally began their music career with a debut studio album titled Junta in 1988. Its follow up include Lawn Boy (1989) and A Picture of Nectar (1992). The latter was followed by an extensive North American tour.
Their 1994 album Hoist is considered one of the band’s bestselling albums to date. The album featured popular hit “Down with Disease” that became the band’s first single to hit the Billboard charts. It was also their first single to receive airplay on MTV. In addition, the track also featured on the popular TV show Beavis and Butthead.
Rise in popularity
The band had developed a devoted following by this time. Their 1995 live album A Live One proved to be immensely successful commercially receiving gold certification. This was followed, after a year, with Phish’s career defining album Billy Breathes that featured at number seven on the Billboard charts and spawned the mainstream rock hit “Free”.
The 2000s saw the band release various previous and live recordings and an extensive touring routine which was followed by a surge in popularity. After a brief breakup the band made a strong comeback, winning the Jammys Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008. Their 2009 album Joy notched at first place on the “Top Independent Albums” chart. In 2014 Fuego was another huge success featuring at number two on “Top Independent Albums” and “Top Rock Albums” chart. The band is likely to tour in support of the album in the following years.