Tigers Jaw Tickets
The dynamic duo of Ben Walsh and Briana Collins, collectively known as Tigers Jaw, have announced to perform limited shows across North America this fall. So, book your Tigers Jaw tickets and find out what makes this group so special by attending one of their concerts live. Initially starting off as a pop-punk band, Tigers Jaw has now changed its sound to indie rock. They have recorded many powerful hits like, Oh Time, Window, Blurry Vision and Brass Ring. Today, their brand of music has made them popular all around the globe.
Tigers Jaw Tickets
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Tigers Jaw’s music has received a lot of attention over the years and that has helped them find fans in every part of the world. The knack of penning down emotionally powerful lyrics is what sets this group apart from its peers. They have now revealed that they will be playing a number of gigs later this year. So, in order to enjoy their concert live, grab a pair of Tigers Jaw tickets at the earliest.
The Early Beginnings
Formed in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Tigers Jaw was created when two talented guitarists and vocalists, Adam Mcilwee and Ben Walsh bumped into each other in 2005. The two felt a connection instantly due to their similar interests in music and they soon decided to team up. As Mcilwee and Walsh were working on new material, the duo hired bassist Dennis Mishko and drummer Mike May. To conclude the lineup, Brianna Collins was added to the band. However, after multiple months of rocking together with the group, Mike May parted ways. His spot was soon taken by Pat Brier.
They were inspired by Grammy nominated bands, Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance. Tigers Jaw started to work on their first studio effort and wrote a total of ten songs. Those tracks were recorded and released in the form of ‘Belongs to the Dead’ which arrived in the markets on October 3, 2006. Issued by Summersteps Records, the album made them the talk of the town and proved that they have what it takes to make it in the industry. It also received a positive review from AbsolutePunk who praised the band’s effort in words,
“Tigers Jaw is fueled by emotionally-driven lyrics brought to life by vocalist Adam McIlwee, whose voice is one of those that reveal passion while at the same time giving the impression that he's barely trying.”
Making the Right Moves
Following the release of ‘Belongs to the Dead,’ Tigers Jaw signed a record deal with Prison Jazz and released their sophomore eponymous studio record on September 10, 2008. This record featured ten well-crafted songs including, Plane vs Tank vs Submarine, Between Your Band and the Other Band, I Was Never Your Boyfriend and Never Saw It Coming. All of these songs contained solid guitar work and strong vocal harmonies which instantly made them fan favorites. The album was also met with great response from the critics as AbsolutePunk gave the record an 83% rating.
A year later, Tigers Jaw put out a four-track EP entitled, ‘Spirit Desire’ which put them under the spotlight again. They followed it up by coming out with their third studio album, ‘Two Worlds.’ It hit the markets on November 22, 2010 and was loaded with eleven hard hitting songs. In the same year, they put out two extended plays, ‘Run for Cover Acoustic Series No. 1’ and ‘Run for Cover Acoustic Series No. 2.’ After a couple of years, the group was seen touring with Title Flight as a supporting act.
And Then There Were Two
In the summer of 2014, Tigers Jaw released their fourth full-length studio record titled, ‘Charmer.’ Produced by Will Yip, the album reached forty ninth spot in the United States and included a song, Hum whose official music video has been viewed more than seven hundred thousand times on YouTube. At the same time, it was revealed by Brianna Collins that three of the group members, Pat Brier, Dennis Mishko and Ben Walsh have decided to quit the band due to person reasons, leaving her and Adam Mcilwee behind.
Spin and Headlining Tour
Tigers Jaw dropped their fifth studio effort, ‘Spin’ on May 19, 2017. The record collected positive reviews from different publications including, Alternative Press, Pitchfork and Exclaim! Collins and Mcilwee are now ready to support this record on the road and will be playing shows in different cities including, Durham, Atlanta, Orlando, Houston, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Vancouver and Chicago. If you are planning to attend their concert live then book your Tigers Jaw tickets today.
Tigers Jaw Tour Dates 2021 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Tigers Jaw's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Cambridge at the The Sinclair Music Hall on 28-Aug-21, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Philadelphia at the Union Transfer on 22-Oct-21. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Tigers Jaw||The Sinclair Music Hall||Cambridge, MA||Sat Aug 28 202108:00 PM|
|Tigers Jaw||Union Transfer||Philadelphia, PA||Fri Oct 22 202108:00 PM|
Tigers Jaw Ticket Prices
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