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Creed, one of the most well-liked bands of the 1990s, were famous for their superb musical style, which combined deep vocals with encumbered power chords in the songs that they had created. Their songs have a comprehensive and an inspiring tone. The band disbanded in 2004, and by that time had managed to produce three multi-platinum albums, and sold approximately thirty-five million records worldwide. Recently (2009), the band has reunited after a five-year hiatus for a new album and are currently touring the United States in support of this album. Thus, the Creed Tickets are in high demand all over the U.S, and even in other nations, where there are die-hard fans of Creed, wanting for more! This Orlando-based rock band has surely won the hearts of millions!
Creed is an American post-grunge, or a modern rock band that formed during the 1990s, and after celebrating g their huge success, they, by some means, broke-up in 2004. The band has been known for producing inspirational songs, focusing on heavy power chords, aligned with intense and deep vocals, and many of their songs include several religious and spiritual implications. Thus, Creed is considered to be a Christian rock band by many, however, the band's front-man, Scott Stapp disagrees with this notion.
Currently, there are four band members in Creed, including Scott Stapp - lead vocalist; Mark Tremonti - guitarist and the backing vocalist; Scott Phillips - drummer, keyboardist, and the percussionist; and Brian Marshall - bassist. This group has recorded albums with three labels so far: Blue Collar, Sony BMG, and Wind-up Records. Creed is such a band that has ascended strictly on its own virtues. Their debut album, My Own Prison, gathered the band much of the success, making them come in the lime-light. Till date, the album has sold over six million copies. Creed is not only popular for their finger-on-the-pulse songs, but also for their great live performances.
Creed formed in the late 1994, at Tallahassee, Florida, USA, when Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti decided to form a band. Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti were friends, and had been high school classmates, when they were attending the Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando. The tow also went to the same university - the Florida State University. Both agreed upon recruiting Brian Marshall and Scott Phillips to complete the group of four. The band was initially called Naked Toddler, and later changed to Creed on the suggestion of Brian Marshall. These four had already written and worked together three of the songs, including One, Sister, and What's Life For, and wrote more of the energetic, accessible rock songs in preparation for the release of their debut.
Creed's debut album, My Own Prison, was released in 1997, on Blue Collar Records (their own label). The album's remixed version was also re-released on Wind-Up Records. My Own Prison produced four #1 Rock Radio singles, which happened for the first time in history for any band. Due to the prolonging success of the album's singles, including the crushing title track and the more pensive What's This Life For, Creed topped innumerable year-end charts and was recognized as the Rock Artist of the Year at Billboard's 1998 Music Awards. Their debut album also earned the title of being the #1-selling Hard Music album of 1998 on SoundScan's Hard Music chart.
Creed's sophomore album was Human Clay, which got released in 1999. Due to the strength and success of its first single, Higher, which spent a number of weeks on the top of the rock radio charts, this album debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart at number one. Another hot track from the album included With Arms Wide Open. The band also toured in support of the Human Clay album, and the album has managed to sell more than eleven million copies till date.
Weathered was the band's third studio album, released in 2001. My Sacrifice was the album's first single, and it was used in a series of promotional tribute videos made by World Wrestling Entertainment. Weathered was Creed's last album, after which the band went on to a hiatus of five years. Till date, this album has sold over six million copies.
The band's break-up was officially announced on June 4, in 2004, by the band itself. Thereafter, Scott pursued his solo career, working with Roadrunner Records, and released his debut solo album, entitled The Great Divide; whereas, the rest of the band members formed a new band, called Alter Bridge, with Myles Kennedy, and included the former bassist Brian Marshall as well.
As the years went by, Scott, and the other three band members continued with their projects, until 2009, when the band finally re-united for a tour in support of their latest album, Full Circle. Fans from all around the world are buying Creed Tickets. If you want to be a part of this most awaited re-union tour too, then quickly order your Creed Tickets as well, and become a part of this music madness!
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