Twenty One Pilots Memphis Tickets
Their latest album Blurryface has made them an international musical icon. BBC News has reported that Twenty One Pilots and their Blurryface are in the top five “Most-Streamed Albums,” “Most-Streamed Male Artists in The UK” and “Most-Streamed Artists Worldwide.” And now this most-streamed duo is coming to Memphis with their infectious tunes. If you’re Twenty One Pilots’ fan, then get your Twenty One Pilots Memphis tickets now and be a part of their upcoming Emotional Roadshow World Tour. If you want to listen to the live rendition of “Ride,” “Stressed Out” and other singles from Blurryface then don’t forget to be at the band’s upcoming concert in Memphis.
In a career that started only in 2009, Twenty One Pilots have garnered both fame and fortune, which very few other bands have enjoyed. They have also won some prestigious awards already.
The Rocking Duo from Ohio
Twenty One Pilots or TWENTY ØNE PILØTS originated in Columbus, Ohio, and its original line up consisted of Chris Salih, Nick Thomas and Tyler Joseph. Thomas and Salih later left the band. Today, the band consists of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun. From 2009 till 2012, the band released two albums, but hadn’t signed on with a major record company. In 2012, they signed up with Fueled by Ramen and released Vessel. This was the beginning of their successful musical journey. The album would go on to become platinum certified by the RIAA.
Blurryface in 2015
Blurryface charted at the very top of the US Billboard 200. Certified double platinum by the RIAA, Blurryface made Twenty One Pilots an international alternative hip hop sensation. Some of the most memorable songs from this album were “Lane Boy,” “Tear in My Heart,” “Fairly Local,” “Ride” and “Stressed Out.” They will be playing live from this album, so don’t forget to get your Twenty One Pilots Memphis tickets today.
There’s a reason why this band has outpaced all other bands which started out with them. One of the biggest reasons for their meteoric rise is the fact that their songs are poetry based. Second, they masterfully incorporate vocals with drums, synthesizer and piano; they also occasionally use the ukulele. With such infectious tunes, you don’t want to miss out on their upcoming concert.