Baroness is a metal rock band that was formed in 2003 in Savannah, Georgia with an original lineup comprising of a bunch of friends who grew up in Lexington. Currently, the bands consists of John Baizley as rhythm guitarist/lead vocalist; Peter Adams as vocalist/lead guitarist; Nick Jost as bass guitarist and Sebastian Thomson as drummer/percussionist. Some of their most loved singles include Horse Called Golgotha, March to the Sea, and Take My Bones Away. So far they have released albums with color titles such as Red Album, Blue records and Yellow & Green. Two of these records secured top positions on the charts throughout the US and UK. The band suffered majorly in an accident in 2012 in Bath, England while travelling in a German-registered coach along with nine passengers, as a result of which of they did not play for quite some time. This year, the metal rockers are returning with a string of festival performances and shows to let everyone know that even the worst of all happenings cannot stop them from playing. It’s no surprise that the Baroness tickets are such a hot item among metal fans.
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Baroness was formed in mid 2003 by members of metal/punk band Paychecks and Johnny Welfare. The original lineup comprised of Summer Welch as vocalist/bassist; Matt Maggioni as bassist; Brian Blickle as guitarist; Tim Loose as guitarist; and Allen Blickle as drummer. The band’s singer John Dyer Baizley has been creating the artwork for their albums, while he also continues to do artwork for other labels and bands such as Pig Destroyer, Torche, Daughters, Black Tusk, Kvelertak, Kylesa, Sounds of the Underground, Skeletonwitch, Vitamin X, The Red Chord, the Darkest Hour, and Shitstorm/Magrudergrind’s split grindcore CD for Robotic Empire. Between 2004 and 2007, the band recorded as well as released three EPs including First, Second and grey Sigh in the Flower Husk, where the latter is a split album featuring Unpersons. Since their formation, and through the issuing of these EPs, the band continued to tour nonstop across Europe and America, building a strong underground fan base.
By 2006, Baroness started working on their first ever full-length album called Red Album that would be released on Relapse. This was recorded by the well-known Philip Cope, and was a huge step towards the development of their earliest material since it was from here that they began to form their song structure and melody style that ran counter to the brute intensity of their EP.
Following the release of the album, the band went on a world-wide tour during which time they received critical acclaim and even garnered the number one spot on Revolver Magazine’s slot for Album of the Year. While performing tours and after performing live for two consecutive years, they came back to the studio so they could record their next album. By this time they brought in the skills of Grammy-nominating producer John Congleton. The band then released their second studio album titled Blue Record on Relapse, which really stands as their next comprehensive style development and sound evolution. The album continued to build on the group’s characteristic melody while conceptually it represented an art form in itself. The record was a hit among many and in 2009, Decibel Magazine named it Album of the Year. It was also counted among the Best-Of lists by publications like Metal Hammer, Rock Sound, Revolver, PopMatters, Village Voice, and Pitchfork.
In 2011, the band decided to take a gap year after performing for an entire decade so that they could work on new material and their more challenging full-length third album. Following a year of constant writing and refining they entered Hoboken’s Water Music Studios, and released their album Yellow and Green in July 2012. This album debuted at the thirtieth spot on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart, and was described by Rolling Stone as ‘thrilling hard-rock epic’. The band then went to on to perform a sold out tour of North America. The upcoming event too is attracting a large number of fans. So make sure to grab your Baroness tickets in time.
Baroness Ticket Prices
The average price for Baroness Tickets start from $40. The minimum get in price is $34 for Baroness Tickets at the The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Against Me! & Baroness||Grand Rapids||2-May-20||$72||$40|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Milwaukee||3-May-20||$76||$47|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Minneapolis||5-May-20||$46||$40|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Omaha||7-May-20||$86||$59|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Fort Collins||8-May-20||$120||$73|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Seattle||11-May-20||$76||$46|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Vancouver||12-May-20||$82||$55|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Portland||13-May-20||$85||$44|
|Against Me! & Baroness||San Francisco||15-May-20||$69||$34|
|Against Me! & Baroness||Santa Ana||17-May-20||$40||$34|
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