The Expendables Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge Tickets
The Expendables are a reggae rock band. With origins in Santa Cruz, California, The Expendables have been making music since 1997. Their music has often been labeled as ‘California Rock’. Consisting of four longtime friends, the band has released six studio albums. In their first seven years they came up with three albums, and managed to sell more than forty thousand units. Surprisingly, they achieved this feat without signing with any record label. They have shared the stage with many renowned artists and have earned a large fan following of their own. As the Expendables come to Louisiana, get The Expendables Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge Tickets and hear their music pepped with reggae and rock.
The Expendables introduced themselves to the music industry in 2000, with the album titled "No Time To Worry". Fusing together metal and punk music with reggae, they have were able to create their own brand of music. In recent years, they have toured tenaciously, promoting their albums and entertaining fans. With a concert scheduled in Baton Rouge, the state capital of Louisiana, The Expendables will take stage at the Varsity Theatre. Varsity theatre, located in Dinky town, is an all-purpose venue which hosts events ranging from weddings to concerts. Baton Rouge which is nicknamed the Red Stick, is a hub of activity frequented by many famous artists. Buy The Expendables Varsity Theatre Baton Rouge Tickets and watch the quartet perform in the lively city which hosts numerous musical festivals and events each year.
The Band’s lead guitarist is Raul Bianchi and Ryan DeMars is the bassist. Adam Patterson features on drums and provides vocals. Geoff Weers also plays the guitar and is the lead vocalist of the band. The Expendables started out as a high school sophomore band. They played at local gigs and slowly began performing at colleges all around California. With their increasing popularity, they decided to come up with a music album. After their third album, "Gettin' Filthy" was released, Stoopid Records decided to sign them up. Their fifth album, "Prove It", which came out in 2010, got the 158th spot on the Billboard Hot 200, and grabbed number four spot on the Top Heatseekers Chart. Their latest album is "Gone Soft" which features acoustic versions of their songs. Having made some remarkable music, The Expendables promise even better compositions to come in the future.