The Jesus and Mary Chain Tickets

Nine Inch Nails have announced the dates of their Cold and Black and Infinite Tour and guess who is joining them on the road? It’s none other than the famous Scottish alternative rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain. The trek kick starts in Atlanta on September 13 and includes stops at famed venues such as the Radio City Music Hall in New York and the Red Rocks in Morrison. The Jesus and Mary Chain tickets for the upcoming shows have already started selling out. The tour is in support of Nine Inch Nails’ new record Bad Witch. It will have the two bands perform their latest music material live on stage. So don’t miss it for anything.

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Early Years

Brothers William and Jim Reid had been inspired to form a music band in 1977. The British punk scene of the early 1980s had a profound impact on them and they eventually decided to get started by performing as a band. They had spent a good five years recording songs at home and working on the image and sound they wanted for the band.

The name of this band went through several changes. It was initially called The Poppy Seeds, then changed to Death of Joey and eventually came to be known as The Jesus and Mary Chain. Some journalists said that this final name was taken from a line in a Bing Crosby movie but the band denied it six months later.

Having formed the band, the brothers started sending their demos to record labels. They recruited bassist Douglas Hard and drummer Murray Dalglish as well. Together they started performing as a support act for other bands. They found themselves struggling to find gigs of their own and there were no offers from record companies either. Hence the musicians decided to relocate to London in 1984. The demo tape was passed on to fellow Scot Alan McGee who then decided to promote a gig for the band. Eventually McGee signed them to his to label, Creation Records and also became their manager.

Debut

The Jesus and Mary Chain finally recorded their debut single Upside Down in October. It was released the following month. The sessions were produced by Joe Foster. However, McGee was not satisfied with Foster’s work and hence remixed the A-side while the B-side remained credited to Joe Foster.

The rockers had now finally got the recognition they had struggled for so long. Neil Taylor of the NME went on to describe them in words ‘the best band in the world.’ It was a huge achievement for the band that had just made their entry into the industry and served to boost their confidence a great deal.

The success of the debut single led to interest being shown by Blanco Negro Records in the band. They eventually signed The Jesus and Mary Chain in early 1985. The band’s new single Never Understand came out next and hit the 47th spot on the UK Singles chart.

In March of 1985, the band performed at the North London Polytechnic in front of a huge crowd. The organizers of the event had overbooked the venue and still hundreds of fans were left out from attending the show. This was however a testament to the growing popularity and demand of the Scottish rockers.

Other Contributions

In their career so far, The Jesus and Mary Chain have released seven studio albums. Psychocandy is the title of their first record. It was released via Blanco y Negro Records in November of 1985. It opened to favorable reviews from the critics. In the year 2000, Q magazine placed it at number 88 on its 100 Greatest British Albums Ever list. In 2003, the record ranked 268th on The 500 greatest Albums of All Time list by Rolling Stone magazine.

Over the years the group parted for the members to go their separate ways but eventually reunited to treat the fans to some more of their exhilarating music material. Their most recent album Damage and Joy hit the stores in March of 2017. It is the band’s first record in nineteen years. It also marks the first time they have collaborated with producer Youth.

Jesus and Mary Chain Tour

JAMC tickets are selling like hot cakes as the band will be opening for Nine Inch Nails on their latest road trip. If you want to be part of an entertaining rock music concert, wait no more to grab The Jesus and Mary Chain tickets.

The Jesus and Mary Chain Tickets Prices

Currently the average price for The Jesus and Mary Chain tickets is $268. The date and location for this event is 15-Dec-18 at Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles. The minimum get-in price for The Jesus and Mary Chain tickets is $250.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Nine Inch Nails & The Jesus and Mary Chain Los Angeles 15-Dec-18 $268 $250

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