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If you are a fan of rock music, the name the Subdudes, will surely ring a bell. Based in New Orleans, the sensational band specializes in pop, American folk, traditional New Orleans rhythms, country and soul. With a bit of almost all the genres, the band has been providing an eclectic mix of music to their countless fans for many years. What sets the band's music apart from other contemporaries is the use of a tambourine instead of drums that provides a unique edge to their sound. If you're also a fan of this group, get your hands on The Subdudes tickets now and avail the opportunity of seeing the band members perform live on stage.
Led by the singer, Tommy Malone and John Magnie, the accordionist, the group members are known for their heart-wrenching tunes and meaningful lyrics. The band's original lineup included Tommy Malone, John Magnie, Joni Mitchen and Roseanne Cash, who hit the music scene in 1989, with their self titled debut album that captured the hearts of many.
Along with the group's subsequent albums like, “Lucky”, “Primitive Steak” and “Live at Last” released in 1991, 1996 and 1997 respectively, the band produced a mix of covers, all of which enthralled the audience. After producing many hit albums and songs, the band members decided to split up for a brief period. The band re-collaborated in 2004 and released their seventh studio album by the name of, "Miracle Mule". Produced with the help of Freddy Koella, Bob Dylan's guitarist, the album received a lot of critical acclaim, which was enough to encourage the band to produce more work.
In 2006, the Subdudes released their album, "Behind the Levee". Produced by Keb 'Mo', the single, Papa Dukie and the Mud People from this album garnered a lot of fame across the world. The band released another album, "Street symphony" the very next year in Blackbird Studios, which too became an instant fan-favorite. In 2009, the band members released the album, "Flower Petal". A self produced record; it was the group's last album and did not fail to impress the critics. It was also the perfect way to say goodbye to their fans. Some of their most famous songs from this period include, Tired of Being Alone, Miss Love & Much, Much More and Maybe You Think.
What sets the band members apart from other contemporaries is their focus on producing music in a rather old fashioned way. Paying attention to details and to the lyrics, harmonies and melodies, the band members always work over the quality of their music. Without any reliance on studio trickery, songs from their debut album seem as fresh today as they were back in 1989. Not only this, the group members make sure their musical instruments are ones that can be hauled to the stage to create a truly organic sound, which is always appreciated by the audience.
Recently, the band got together again, and has announced its upcoming series of concerts. Hitting the road for the first time in many years, the original lineup will now entrain the fans once again. Scheduled to perform in New York, Chicago and San Francisco, they will be bringing wonderful memories back. So, if you want to be a part of their upcoming concert, grab The Subdudes tickets now and be ready to be amazed by their live show. With original band members performing live together against, the show is likely to be phenomenal. So, don't miss it!