Skid Row Tickets
Heavy metal is one of those genres that you don’t get mainstream popularity with right away, however, Skid Row managed to do exactly that as soon as the group’s debut studio album hit the music stores. For its own unique sound and flavor of music, Skid Row managed to hit the top soon after the release of its self-titled studio album, which later went on to enjoy 5x Platinum status based on its high volume of sales. The group was formed back in 1986, and it enjoyed huge amount of mainstream success during the 80s and 90s. Being a heavy metal band, Skid Row’s live performances are all about energy and strong stage presence. The group manages to deliver its fans exactly the right kind of entertainment for which the fans buy Skid Row tickets.
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The band came up with its self-titled debut album in 1989 which turned out to be an instant success on mainstream heavy metal scene. Spawning the two hit singles, 18 and Life and Youth Gone Wild, the group made quite an impact on all the heavy metal listeners at that time. After is breakthrough success, the group went to perform live in UK for the first time as an opening act for Bon Jovi at Milton Keynes Bowl. This was followed by yet another packed live performance in UK at the Marquee Club in London.
After a string of live concerts, the group made its way back to the studio to start working of its follow up studio album which later came out by the name of Slave to the Grind. The album was released in 1991, and just like its predecessor, it also received positive critical acclaim right after its release. The album peaked at #1 spot in United States and spawned hit singles like Wasted Time, and Monkey Business. Following the success of the album, the group embarked on World Concert tour, which lasted for almost a year. While the group was on its tour, Skid Row also supported Guns N’ Roses at Castle Donington Festival. Following the conclusion of the Slave to the Grind tour, the group went on an unofficial hiatus and reformed later in 1999 with several changes to its lineup.
Following the reformation, the group has been touring and performing live extensively. It also opened for KISS on its farewell tour, apart from playing with several other metal bands which emerged back in the 80s. Since 1999, the new lineup of the group has performed on the same stage with Kid Rock, Aerosmith, Sammy Hagar, Def Leppard and many more. In 2003, the group also released its fourth studio album by the name of Thickskin, which was Skid Row’s first studio album in eight years.
The group’s most recent, and fifth studio album is titled Revolutions per Minute and it came out back in 2006. That remains to be the most recent studio effort on the band’s part, while another E.P is scheduled to be released in 2013 by the name of United World Rebellion – Chapter One. In 2007, the group also embarked on a four-day cruise called the Motley Cruise on which the group performed alongside Endeverafter, Slaughter, Lynam, Ratt, and Vince Neil. In 2009, the group embarked on yet another cruise with a number of hard rock bands called the ShipRocked. For its contribution to the heavy metal genre, the group has also been awarded with an American Music Award in 1990 for the category of Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock New Artist and also received a nomination for the category of Favorite Heavy Metal/Hard Rock Album, the same year. While not in the studio, the group keeps on touring live, making huge sales of Skid Row tickets.