The Avett Brothers Raleigh Tickets
Enjoying ever-growing success and popularity, the Avett Brothers have sold thousands of copies since their establishment. The discography of the band includes full length albums such as “Country Was,” “Emotionalism,” “The Carpenter” and “Mignonette” amongst others. The repertoire of their music videos includes "February Seven," "Slight Figure of Speech," "Another is Waiting" and "Morning Song." They are soon coming to your hometown in Raleigh to perform at the PNC Arena. The Avett Brothers Raleigh tickets are now open for sale. Do visit the venue to enjoy tunes presented by four talented musicians, live on stage. The band has also performed with Nemo, New Jersey Transient, Oh What A Nightmare, Paleface, Timothy Seth Avett as Darling and more.
The American band named as The Avett Brothers have been entertaining music lovers since 2000. They primarily focus on genres such as bluegrass, folk, country, indie rock, rock and roll and honky tonk amongst others. When these music genres come together as one band’s work, San Francisco Chronicle describesthe compositions as the raw enthusiasm of the Ramones, the melodious jangle of the Beatles, grave melancholy of Townes Van Zandt and the soft pop concision of Buddy Holly.
Based in North Carolina, the quartet comprises brothers Seth Avett on guitar and Scott Avett on banjo, along with Joe Kwon on cello and Bob Crawford on double bass. During the tours, Paul Defiglia with keyboard, Mike Marsh with drums and Tania Elizabeth with violin joins the band every now and then as touring members.
The founding members, the Avett brothers Seth and Scott started their music career when they were in college. At that time each of them had his own separate band. Seth was playing with Margo, a Charlotte-based group whereas Scott was involved with Nemo, a band from Greenville. When Nemo disbanded, the group The Avett Brothers was formed. The other two members joined the brothers later.
You can enjoy their music by getting The Avett Brothers Raleigh tickets in time. They are soon coming to your hometown in Raleigh to perform at the PNC Arena. Join the concert goers at the nineteen thousand seater arena and cheer for your favorite group.