Reel Big Fish Tickets
The ska punk Reel Big Fish has scored huge fan following over the last few years. The punk music and funky lyrics make their work easily enjoyable. The dance oriented beats, happy peppy compositions and lyrics from the daily life of the youngsters are some of the reasons for the band’s success. The cover of their most albums is simple yet intriguing. It is apparent that Reel Big Fish is confident with their work and they enjoy it at the same time. They casually make the music and get hit just like that, may be being original and to follow the flow is the magic trick. The music produced by Reel Big Fish has every ingredient to impress the young music listeners and for the same reason, their live concerts are the hottest spot for them. Reel Big Fish Tickets guarantee some wonderful and live ska punk music.
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The band was formed in 1992 in Huntington. Reel Big fish earned initial success as the underground band with debut album Everything Sucks released in 1995. This full length album was released by Reel Big Fish independent label Piss Off Records. Soon the band signed a deal with Mojo Records and released their second album in 1996 Turn the Radio Off. The cover of the album is very interesting and goes just perfectly with its theme. This album was certified gold by RIAA. "Sell Out", "She Has a Girlfriend Now", "Beer", "Snoopy Dog Baby", "Everything Sucks" and "All I Want Is More" are some of the famous tracks from this album. With the release of this album, Reel Big Fish started their first U.S tour. A larger number audience hence got exposed to their musicality through this tour.
In Oct 1998, Reel Big Fish released their 3rd album in Why Do They Rock So Hard? The fans by this time had piled up their expectations to get more bizarre and weird music from them and were disappointed to get something otherwise. Despite the fact that the band has continued to add their unique style to the music, this album failed to impress the audiences. The failure of this album resulted in splitting the band. The band was now working without Grant Barry, Andrew Gonzales and Travis Werts. The following 6 years were very disappointing for the band and their fans as they didn’t release any other album and went out of the news too. Before we could all give up on Reel Big Fish, the band roar back to life with louder zest. The band released a brand new single "Where Have You Been" which was shortly followed by their 4th album Cheer Up.
Cheep Up was followed by their 5th studio album We Are Not Happy ‘Till You Are Not Happy released in April 2005. This album earned more success than the previous one. "We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful", "Story of My Life", "Talking About Revolution", "Don’t Start a Band" and "One Hit Wonderful" are some of the noticeable tacks from the this album. The band has some serious issues with the recording companies and this is the main reason why they have been unable to show consistent performance with their work. Just before the release of their 6th Studio album Monkyes for Nothin’ and the Chimps for Free, Jive Records dropped the deal with them. The latest album by Reel Big Fish Fame Fortune and Fornication was release in 2009.The fans response towards this album is very encouraging and Reel Big Fish is close to reel a really big fish any time soon now.
The current lineup of the band includes: Ryland Steen on drums, Dan Regan on Trombone, Scott Klopfenstein on keyboards, backing vocals and trumpet, Aaron Barrett is on guitar and vocals, Derek Gibs is on Bass and John Christianson is on Trumpet. Barrett is the only founding members of the band who is still part of its lineup. Although so many musician joined the band, some of them were fired, some left the band but the sort of music the fans pined the band stayed the same. For the same reason Reel Big Fish is winning its old fans back and making new one’s very fast. If you wish to enjoy some different sort of music and live every inch of it to the fullest then you better hurry up and grab Reel Big Fish Tickets as soon as possible.
REEL BIG FISH NEWS AND UPDATES
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Reel Big Fish Ticket Prices
The average price for Reel Big Fish Tickets start from $35. The minimum get in price is $31 for Reel Big Fish Tickets at the Knitting Factory Concert House - Boise, Boise. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Boise||29-May-70||$35||$31|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Reno||30-May-70||$36||$31|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Madison||3-Jun-70||$93||$52|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Chicago||4-Jun-70||$71||$48|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Louisville||5-Jun-70||$41||$39|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Chattanooga||6-Jun-70||$38||$36|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||San Antonio||8-Jun-70||$42||$38|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Dallas||9-Jun-70||$64||$35|
|Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats||Tucson||12-Jun-70||$52||$32|
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