Hot Water Music Tickets
This year, the punk rockers from the Gainesville are coming to play live shows in various cities on their tour. So, get the Hot Water Music tickets now to listen to their post-punk anthems and become a part of the crowd to sing along with the band. With the release of their first studio album in eight years, this punk rock band is all set to stomp the grounds at various theatres and stadiums on their headlining tour. The tour which has already been kicked off is to support “Exister,” the eighth full-length album of the band.
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Hot Water music is a punk rock/post-hardcore band hailing from the Gainesville. This four member band consists of the vocalist Chris Wollard and Chuck Ragan playing guitars, Jason Black with bass guitar and George Rebelo on drums. Hot Water Music or simply HWM was founded in 1993. Right after five years, the band got disbanded but this break was not long lasting and the band soon reunited. In the meantime, the band had released several EPs and three full-length studio albums namely "Finding the Rhythms" in 1995, "Fuel of the Hate Game" in early 1997 and "Forever and Counting" in late 1997. The first two albums were released with No Idea Records and Toybox Records whereas the third one came out with Doghouse Records. "Forever and Counting" was also re-issued in 2012 on Rise Records.
The band announced its continuation as Hot Water Music in 1999 when they performed live to record "Live at the Hardback." The fans initially thought that this is going to be their final show. On the contrary the band decided to not break up. This album came out under No Idea Records and features the songs from their EP "Moonpies for Misfits." However, with the departure of Chuck Ragan in 2005, the band announced their going on hiatus which became permanent in 2006 when the band officially disbanded. The remaining three members of the band got themselves involved and formed a new band "The Draft" releasing their first album "In a Million Pieces" in 2006. Four most important projects in which the band members including Chuck remained involved are Unitas, Cro(w)s, Blacktop Cadence and Rumbleset.
Before disbanding, four more studio albums of Hot Water Music came out. These include "No Division – Some Records" which came out in 1999, "A Flight and a Crash," "Caution" and "The New What Next" in 2004. "Never Ender" is their compilation album which also came out in 2001. It contains some split records and several 7-inch records. In 2007, the news of the band’s reunion was reported but it wasn’t until 2008 that the band confirmed it. Three shows were announced in November 2008 on the HWM’s official page as well as their MySpace page. Kicking off their reunion tour with a secret show at their hometown, the band also gave performances in Orlando, New Jersey, Sayreville including two sold out shows in Illinois. The same year their second compilation album titled "Till the Wheels Fall off" was released.
In 2008, the band played sporadically in US and also played a couple of times in the country of Germany which included their show at the Groezrock festival. The band has also performed at the Punk RockBowling Festival 2010 alongside Against Me! and Fucked Up. To commemorate their tour to Australia in 2010, the band released a 7 inch split. Their latest album is "Exister" which was released last year in May having 13 tracks. Until Exister, no album of Hot Water Music had graced the Billboard and met with this huge success. Characterized by dual vocal and guitar work, the complex rhythm of HWM drives the music in a way that makes it same like the Tampa’s spritzy rock and roll of the 90's. This touring band enjoys a large following of devoted fans and continues to amaze the crowds and their audiences with a combo of working-class songwriting and punk anthems.
On this headlining tour, the first one in eight years, get ready to listen to their legendary classics and songs that haven’t been played for years. With cheap Hot Water Music tickets , sing along to your favorite band when the line between audience and singers will be rendered inconsequent. This is because with Hot Water, the concert can never be one-sided. So, grab your tickets now and become a part of their upcoming live shows and concerts.
Hot Water Music Ticket Prices
The average price for Hot Water Music Tickets start from $49. The minimum get in price is $49 for Hot Water Music Tickets at the The Record Bar, Kansas City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Hot Water Music||Kansas City||31-Aug-20||$49||$49|
|Hot Water Music||Kansas City||1-Sep-20||$51||$49|
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