Sick Puppies Tickets
One of Australia’s greatest rock bands, Sick Puppies has been entertaining fans since 1997. Over the years the group has been able to enthrall the public with their hard core music. The band recently performed at the Music Farm, The National, Paramount Theater, Bottle & Cork, The Chance Theater, Fete Ballroom, Chameleon Club, Upstate Concert Hall, Maingate Night Club, Roxy Theater and House of Blues to name a few. Residents of Charleston, Richmond, Huntington, Providence, Lancaster, Clifton Park, Portland, South Burlington, Allentown, San Francisco, West Hollywood and Las Vegas bought Sick puppies tickets excitedly.
Sick Puppies was formed in 1997 by Emma Anzai and Shimon Moore while they were studying at the Mosman High School. The two started practicing music together in the music room of the school and decided to create their own group. Both artists were fans of the alternative rock band, Silverchair. At the time of the band’s formation, Anzai played the guitar while Moore handled the drums. Together they played covers of songs by bands like Silverchair and Green Day. During this time Sick Puppies got its third member, Chris Mileski who took charge of the drums. With this Anzai switched to playing bass while Moore started providing vocals while playing the guitar as well. With this the members started composing fresh and new tunes and decided to release their debut EP. Financing the debut release themselves, Sick Puppies released “Dog’s Breakfast” in 1999. The following year Sick Puppies was seen entering a band competition named Triple J Unearthed which it was able to win. Through this competition the three members were able to attract several talent hunters who approached them.
In the same year, Sick Puppies signed a deal with the Paul Stepanek Management Company. With their finances, the members were able to release their debut studio album titled “Welcome to the Real World” in 2001. They were also seen releasing an EP in 2003 named “Fly”. With these releases, the group had to face several problems as drummer Chris Mileski quit the band to pursue personal endeavors and the recording company they were signed onto folded. The remaining founding members decided they should use this opportunity to benefit from a fresh start and were seen relocating to Los Angeles. In Los Angeles the group signed with Virgin Records and released their sophomore album named “Dressed up as Life”. This record provided audiences with the popular hit “All the Same” which was able to peak at the eight spot on the US Modern Rock Chart. Another track titled “My World” was able to secure its place amongst the top 20 hits of the chart. Several other tracks which proved to be popular include “What Are You Looking For” and “Pitiful”.
Another song release in 2009 named “War” made it to iTunes list of Top 40 rock songs. The track was featured in the combat simulating video game Street Fighter IV as well. 2010 saw the release of another hit titled “That Time of Year” which was featured on CBS’s television series “NCIS”. Another track named “Maybe” went onto becoming a chart topping single on the US Billboard Heatseekers Chart. It also landed on the sixth place of US Alternative Charts and on the fifteenth spot of the US Rock Charts. After these singles, Sick Puppies came forth with its third album, “Tri-Polar” in 2009 and then their fourth album in 2013 named “Connect”.
To date these tracks and albums have garnered several prestigious awards and nominations. The group has won an Australian Live Music Award from the category of “Best Live Act” in 2001 and a YouTube Video of the Year Award in 2006 from the category of “Inspirational Video”. Sick Puppies also bagged the 2007 Yahoo! Music Award titled “Who’s Next” and a BMI Award in 2012 from the category of pop. Fans always rush to buy Sick Puppies tickets whenever their concert dates are announced.