Death Cab For Cutie Rockville MD Tickets
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Death Cab for Cutie's melancholic indie rock has received rich accolades since 1997. The lineup of founder Ben Gibbard (guitar/vocals/piano), Chris Walla (guitar/keyboards), Nick Harmer (bass), and Jason McGerr (drums) has launched numerous massive hits, especially after their 2004 Atlantic deal. Death Cab for Cutie Rockville MD promises to be a gripping show.
Bellingham, Washington native Ben Gibbard was lead vocalist of Postal Service, guitarist for Pinwheel, and started a solo project called All-Time Quarterback. As the latter, a 1997 cassette release (You Can Play These Songs with Chords) became so renowned that a band was made. Walla and Harmer joined, with drumming by Nathan Good to form the band in Western Washington University. 1998 saw the release of their first album Something about Airplanes and the recruitment of long-time manager Jordan Kurland. The drumming spot rotated between Good, Jayson Tolzdorf-Larson, and Michael Schorr, before McGerr finally joined when the fourth album was due in 2003.
The band has released seven studio albums, with the last three getting a Top 5 spot. 'Plans'went Platinum, and 'Narrow Stairs' was #1. Of the five EPs, 'Open Door' hit #30. "You Are a Tourist" is their only #1 single, while they have four Grammy nominations.
The band will tour Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada, and US this year. The Death Cab for Cutie Rockville MD show will blow fans' minds on 30th April.
There is a mad rush for Death Cab for Cutie Rockville MD tickets as the date draws closer.
Death Cab for Cutie Rockville show is a concert performance by the Bellingham-based alternative rock band Death Cab for Cutie, formed in 1997. The group comprises of drummer Jason McGerr, lead vocalist/guitarist Ben Gibbard, bassist Nick Harmer, and producer/guitarist/keyboardist Chris Walla. The origination of the band is credited to Gibbard whose first album titled YouCan Play These Songs WithChords, initially released as a demo tape, led to his signing with record label Barsuk Records. It was at that juncture when Gibbard aimed at expanding on his venture and forming a band, recruiting musicians. Since then the group has released five EPs, a demo tape and seven studio offerings. Their seventh album titled Codes and Key, released in May 2011, received a Grammy Award nomination in the category of Best Alternative Music Album. The record includes hits such as You Are a Tourist, Stay Young, Go Dancing, Monday Morning, Doors Unlocked and Opened, Home Is a Fire and Underneath the Sycamore. The album, which in the words of Harmer and Gibbard is a lot less guitar-centric, has peaked at on high charting positions such as taking the twenty-fourth place on UKAlbums Chart, seventh on Australian ARIAAlbumsChart and third place on the US Billboard 200.
Death Cab for Cutie Rockville show will include some of the rockiest hits by the band, so get hold of those Death Cab for Cutie Rockville tickets, and be there to listen to their emotion manipulating melancholy romantic tunes, as RollingStones would call it.