Pixies Boston Tickets
Orpheum Theatre welcomes Pixies, the legendary alternative rock band in their home city for a live concert which is a part of their extensive world tour. You can catch them performing their biggest hits like “Debaser” and “Where is my Mind” by getting some Pixies Boston tickets in advance. Hailing from Boston, the Beantown and the Athens of America, Pixies is one of the most significant bands in the history of alternative rock. With Frank Black as its lead vocalist, Pixies has influenced rock icons and groups like Kurt Cobain, U2, Radiohead and Nirvana. The band has recently released its four-track “EP1,” their first recording to come in stores in the last twenty years.
Formed in the mid of 80s in Boston, Pixies laid the foundation of the alternative rock in the genre’s history. With the signature vocals of Frank Black, the band’s vocalist, Pixies are considered to be the band who defined alternative rock. Buy the Pixies Boston tickets to watch this band live on stage, performing their biggest hits like "Here Comes Your Man" and "Monkey Gone to Heaven." Despite not achieving the mainstream success they truly deserved, Pixies are a musical legend described as a band’s band that has influenced a number of modern day rock icons.
Active since 1986, the band has undergone several breakups and reunions from time to time. Currently, it consists of three official members; Black Frank of vocals, David Lovering on drums and Joey Santiago on guitar. Kim Deal, the former bassist, left the group in 2013 and was replaced by Kim Shattuck who isn’t the official member of the band yet.
Their first full-length album "Come On Pilgrim" came out in 1987 on 4AD records. Their second album was the "Surfer Rosa" which was recorded by Steve Albini. Released in 1988, this album gained Pixies considerable success in both the United States and the United Kingdom. The singles "Sounds" and "Melody Maker" earned them "Album of the Year" award. Surfer Rosa was also the first album of their career that was certified gold. The band has released a total of four studio albums, three EPs, six compilation albums and more than fifteen live albums. "Doolittle" released in 1989 is the bands most influential and successful album which got among the 500 Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling Stones.