Tokyo Police Club Tickets
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Tokyo Police Club & Knox Hamilton tickets at Town Ballroom,Buffalo,NY on 11/1 7:00PM
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Tokyo Police Club tickets at Mercury Ballroom,Louisville,KY on 11/4 8:00PM
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Tokyo Police Club tickets at Garrick Centre At The Marlborough,Winnipeg,MB on 11/7 7:00PM
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Tokyo Police Club tickets at Kelowna Community Theatre,Kelowna,BC on 11/11 7:30PM
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Tokyo Police Club tickets at Commodore Ballroom,Vancouver,BC on 11/15 3:00PM
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Details of Tokyo Police Club and the Ticket Luck value
The amazing Indie Rock band, Tokyo Police Club has been on the music scene for seven odd years and has made their presence felt. This smashing band from Ontario, Canada has quickly started their rise to the top and if the early signs are anything to go by then the pinnacle might not be too far away. The talents have glowed through to mesmerize fans everywhere. They are embarking on another one of their trademark special tours so grab your Tokyo Police Club tickets now and watch the young sensations rock you to the core.
The members of the Tokyo Police Club are Josh Hook, David Monks, Greg Aslop and Graham Wright. The four of them were previously members of another rock group named Suburbia. When they quit the group the four friends teamed up and started to play in a basement for fun. The chemistry was instantly noticeable and they decided to form a professional band hence the Tokyo Police Club was conceived in 2005. They first stepped up in the world of music with their new band by playing in and around Toronto during the early days. Those small gigs started to create some waves and the group started getting recognition locally. Their talents earned them an invitation to perform at the Pop Montreal festival where they stole the show. The unbelievable response they got from that performance convinced them to turn Tokyo Police Club into a permanent venture. Soon afterwards the group was signed by Paper Bag Records and the time came for the band to step up to the plate and be counted.
The Tokyo Police Club went to work and released their first EP titled A Lesson in Crime the next year to universal applause. Smith, another EP came after that which was then followed by the release of the single Your English is Good. A few road trips followed where they played at different venues in Canada and the U.S. to take their popularity to the next step. The group has reached the masses and Tokyo Police Club tickets were starting to sell-out in bigger numbers than ever before at this stage.
The 22nd of April, 2010 was a big day for the Tokyo Police Club because that is the date the band released their debut album titled Elephant Shell. It was a big commercial and critical hit with it reaching the number one spot on the Billboard Top Heatseekers charts. Critically, it received an A- rating from Robert Christgau and a nine out of ten rating from the NME. They embarked on another tour soon afterwards that was a huge success in the US. Fans bought Tokyo Police Club in cities like Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco etc to turn them into completely sold-out shows. It was the same with performances in various other countries and their native Canada. The hectic schedule kept them on the move for a year and a half before the Tokyo Police Club made its way back home.
As soon as the group got back they went to work on their next album titled Champ. With the famous Rob Schnapf as their producer they wanted it to be more diverse and experimental that its predecessor. A lot of hard work was put in to give the album a different look while keeping intact the root of what formed the basis of the Tokyo Police Club. Champ hit the music stores on 8th June, 2010 and it was instantly recognizable as something fresh. Blare Magazine gave it four stars out of five and Robert Christgau rated it as an A-.
The Tokyo Police Club is here to stay, there is no doubt about that. The fact they are not afraid to experiment and try something new is a huge testament to the confidence they have in themselves. A lot of artists would have stuck to the tried and tested formula of success but the quartet bucked the trend and worked on something new with Champ even when Elephant Shell had done so well across the board. They are a breath of fresh air and you can catch them live at a wonderful concert by buying Tokyo Police Club tickets.