Bangles 2014 Tour Schedule
Who doesn't know classic Bangles' tunes like "Walk Like an Egyptian" and "Manic Monday"?
This all-girl band exploded onto the scene in the '80s, and their classic pop rock tunes have endured the test of time, as
you can still hear some of their biggest hits to this day! The Bangles grew out of Los Angeles' underground folk psychedelic
scene, but soon they became one of the most popular bands of the decade. Their catchy tunes earned them countless fans all
over the world, and now the girls are back in action and are ready to bring their hit '80s tunes to a stage near you!
October, the Bangles have two exciting shows lined up: one at the World Café Live in Philadelphia on October 4th and
one at the Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis on October 9th. These two shows are already causing a huge stir amongst diehard Bangles'
fans, and the tickets to these shows are in high demand. Fortunately, StubHub can help you secure your tickets to one of the
upcoming Bangles' shows, which means that you can rock out with your favorite all-girl band all night long! Head to StubHub
right away to secure your tickets to one of these highly anticipated shows!
origins date back to 1980, when Susanna Hoffs responded to a classified ad looking for a female singer in Los Angeles. This
wanted ad led Hoffs to Debbi and Vicki Peterson, two talented sisters who had the dream of forming an all-girls pop rock group.
The trio started to write songs together, adopting the moniker "The Bangs". They soon became well-known in L.A's "Paisley
Underground" scene, a group of artists that focused on folk rock and jangle pop. For the next several years, the Bangles (which
they officially named themselves in 1982) continued to draw attention in the underground music scene, finally achieving major
mainstream success in 1984 with their debut album All Over the Place. This album featured some of their biggest singles, including
"Hero Takes a Fall" and "Going Down to Liverpool". Following the album release, the Bangles went on tour as an opening act
for Cyndi Lauper, which helped them gain even more international attention.
One of their biggest hits, "Manic Monday",
was given to them by the iconic Prince, who initially wrote the song for Apollonia 6. The Bangles happily took the song on
as their own, and it quickly became a huge hit, peaking at number two on charts in countries like the UK, the US, and Germany.
Disputes amongst the band members led to a breakup in 1989, but thankfully for their fans, this girl power group reunited
in 1999 to bring their infectious pop tunes back to stages around the world. For over a decade, the Bangles have been rocking
out on stages wherever they go, and they continue to release new music that still has their edgy and catchy pop rock sound.
As the original trio heads out on stage yet again, make sure that you are in the audience to see this iconic '80s all-girl
band perform their hits live! Head on over to StubHub to secure your tickets to one of these exciting upcoming shows and get
ready to sing and dance to hit songs like "Manic Monday" and "Walk Like an Egyptian" along with your favorite '80s girl rock
The Bangles have released five studio albums throughout the course of their career,
two of which have earned platinum and multi-platinum certification. Their most successful album to date is Different Light
(1986) which has been certified three times platinum in the US, and which made its way onto the music charts in eight different
countries. The Bangles are best known for their collection of hit singles, which includes songs like "Manic Monday", "Walk
Like an Egyptian", "Eternal Flame", "Hazy Shade of Winter", and "Walking Down Your Street". With so many smash hits under
their belts, there's no doubt that the Bangles can put on a knockout performance. Don't miss out on seeing this phenomenal
trio perform live in concert and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
During the band's hiatus,
Hoffs married the well-known film director Jay Roach, who directed films like Meet the Parents and Austin Powers. She also
provided a song for Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.
There are few all-girls bands
better known than the Bangles, as this '80s outfit definitely knew how to crank out fun pop tunes. With an impressive repertoire
that has grown over the past several decades, the Bangles are more excited than ever to step out on stage again. Make sure
that you are in the audience when the Bangles perform at one of their upcoming shows and grab your tickets on StubHub before
they are all sold out!