Rhye is an alternative R&B music project started by Michael Milosh and Robin Hannibal in 2010. The duo’s first single, Open is what catapulted them to global fame. The song became so popular that they began to receive record deals from different labels including, Polydor which issued their first album, ‘Women’ in 2013. Following the release of the record, Hannibal quit the band and that left Milosh as the sole member of Rhye. Now, the group has announced to play a handful of shows across North America. So, get your Rhye tickets and watch him perform live.
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The world has been hooked to Rhye’s music ever since they arrived on to the scene. Backed by his live band, Michael Milosh is running this music collective that has gained worldwide acclaim for its catchy songs like, Song for You and Taste. As of now, the group is trekking through Europe and will soon make its way to North America to perform four shows. So, get your Rhye tickets ready and watch as they entertain you live.
How Rhye was formed
Rhye achieved massive international success very early on. That became possible because of their unique style of music which had everyone talking. The formation of this band dates back to 2004 when Michael Milosh started his career as a recording artist. After signing with Plug Research, he came out with his first album, ‘You Make Me Feel’ on May 18, 2004. It contained eleven tracks including, Something Good, Simple People and Time Steals the Day. Two years later, his popularity began to rise as his second album, ‘Meme’ became a national hit. It consisted of melodious songs like, I’m Tying, The City, This Way.
He then took a couple of years off and worked on his third studio effort, ‘iii.’ It arrived in the markets on August 25, 2008 and brought him more success. He also recorded the song, Then it Happened which appeared on the Ghostly International/Williams Street album ‘Ghostly Swim’ in the same year. While Milosh was penning down songs for his next studio project, he bumped into the three-time Grammy nominated record producer and songwriter, Robin Hannibal, in 2010. The two bonded well and became appreciative of each other’s work which resulted in the formation of Rhye.
Catching the attention of the masses
Both, Milosh and Hannibal soon aligned their schedules and hit the studio together. While working on music, the connection between them grew stronger and before long the duo had started to share songs online without providing any contact information and background details. Two of the many tracks that they uploaded online, Open and The Fall, became super successful. They not only caught the attention of the masses but also different record labels including, Polydor with which they signed.
On March 5, 2013, Rhye came out with their debut studio effort, ‘Women.’ The album peaked at the fifty fifth spot on the Billboard 200 and was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize. Though the record tasted critical success, it became a commercial failure which led to Polydor dropping them. Shortly afterwards, Hannibal left Rhye leaving Milosh behind. Milosh however kept making music and came out with his fourth solo album, ‘Jet Lag’ in the fall of that same year. Produced by him and his wife, Alexa Nikolas, the record received a 74/100 rating from Metacritic and featured ten songs on the track-list including, Do You Want What I Need, Stakes Ain’t High and Don’t Call It.
Rhye continued its journey in 2017 by collaborating on a Bonobo song, Break Apart which featured on his album, ‘Migration.’ The band followed that up by coming out with its split single which included the tracks, Summer Days and Please. They kept rolling and soon announced that they are working on their sophomore album, ‘Blood.’ It was released on February 2, 2018 and turned out to be a hit in Europe. It also performed well in the United States and received three stars out of five from AllMusic.
Making their way to North America
Rhye is now on tour and has decided to perform four concerts in North America. Their first gig will be held live at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. The remaining three shows will be performed at The Warfield in San Francisco, the Revolution Hall in Portland and the the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver. If you are interested in watching this talented band perform then get these Rhye tickets today.
Rhye Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Rhye tickets is $86. The date and location for this event is 24-Sep-19 at Capital Ballroom - BC, Victoria. The minimum get-in price for Rhye tickets is $62.
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