The Bouncing Souls - The 2014 Tour
Premier heartland rockers the Bouncing Souls are back, bringing decades of musical
experience back to the stage for their most exciting tour yet. Don't miss the Bouncing Souls when they head to Denver, CO,
for one night of amazing musical greatness as they walk through their extensive music catalogue of non stop hits. The Bouncing
Souls will be ending 2014 with a bang in Colorado, but if you can't catch them there keep calm and carry on because the Bouncing
Souls is always adding new and exciting tour destinations to their tour schedule. Keep up to date on all of their latest special
performances and appearances right here on StubHub, the number one place in all the world for all of your online concert ticket
Bouncing Souls will be bringing their addicting sound straight to the Bluebird Theater, the beating heart of
Denver's musical night life and one of the most premier venues in existence across North America. Whether you're ending your
night with the Bouncing Souls' encore or starting it off with a bit of your favorite heartland folk punk rock, the Bouncing
Souls 2014 tour is the number one way to spice up an evening in America's famous mile high city.
Whether they're playing
the biggest concert stadiums or the most intimate lounges and theaters, the Bouncing Souls 2014 tour is the rock event of
the decade as they hit the road one more time for one of the biggest performances of their career. There is no better way
to end 2014 with a bang than with a ticket onto the Bouncing Souls 2014 tour train, a must see event when it chugs through
a location near you.
About The Bouncing Souls
Natives of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, the Bouncing Souls
would be a music project that would rise out of the local music scene. The members would collaborate regularly across a wide
swathe of musical projects that dominated the New Jersey music scene, with its member eventually moving to the fast paced
hip and happening musical New Jersey mecca of New Brunswick in order to open themselves up to younger crowds and wider audiences.
Infused with the passion and currents of the New Brunswick culture and arts scene, the band formed a rabid following of fans
and built up a network of fellow musicians and performers in the New Brunswick area. The musical minded atmosphere of the
area would eventually see them start and record on their self started label Chunksaah Records, with their debut being a mix
of original and covered music that featured the works of the Waitresses and the Strangeloves. It would be through their live
performances that they would capture the eyes, ears, heart, and wallet of Epitaph Records, signing to their first major record
deal in 1997.
The band would release a steady stream of albums throughout the rest of the 90s, building up a strong
local following that was split between die hard fans of their older works and an ever growing audience of fans of their newer
work. Internal differences would see a rapidly evolving sound that would alienate drummer Shal Khichi, but the band would
persevere with the addition of drummer superstar Michael McDermott as they continued their domination of the national rock
The band's following would expand nationwide, as they were hitting the road with some of the biggest acts in
the modern punk genre, constantly maturing their music while simultaneously expanding off and releasing music from their early
releases. They would become staples on the iconic Vans Warped Tour, and remains the forefathers of modern punk rock sound.
The band now consists of Greg Attonito, Pete Steinkopf, Bryan Kienlen, and new addition George Rebelo, and with nearly ten
full length releases to date and a constant tour schedule, the Bouncing Souls are showing no signs of slowing down as they
cement their position as fixtures of the modern punk rock movement.
The band's big label
debut would be 1997's The Bouncing Souls, officially the band's third full length release. The album would be produced by
rock visionary Thom Wilson, and was the definitive kickoff of the band's widespread punk rock appeal. The album would receive
favorable reviews from AllMusic, and spawned the fundamental Bouncing Souls' hits "East Side Mags", "East Coast Fuck You!"
and "Kate Is Great".
The band's 2001 release How I Spent My Summer Vacation would be their big break into the mainstream,
signaling a new decade of success as the album climbed to the #19 position on the Independent charts, the band's first ever
place on a mainstream album chart. The album would feature bandmates Steinkopf and Kienlen as producers, as well as guest
producer John Seymore leading to a favorable four star rating from the critics at AllMusic. The album spawned a flurry of
hits including "Private Radio" and "That Song", as well as "Manthem" which would be featured in the fourth installment iconic
video game series Tony Hawk's Pro Skater.
The band's biggest success to date would be 2012's Comet, cementing the Bouncing
Souls as a three decade spanning band that has not lost one iota of their musical prowess. Absolute Punk would bestow an 86%
rating for the album, which would hit the #20 position on the Independent Charts, chart the Billboard 200, and be the band's
first number one showing ever as it topped the US Heatseekers chart.
The band is now on their third
drummer, after having had bad luck with original member Shal Khichi, then the departure of Michael McDermott in 2013. The
Bouncing Souls' percussions are now handled by George Rebelo, formerly of pop punk sensations Against Me!.
Bouncing Souls Concert Experience
Come see what real modern punk music is supposed to be like with the Bouncing Souls
concert experience. A start to finish adventure in musical greatness, the Bouncing Souls always deliver a jaw dropping performance
that pushes the boundaries of punk music with their unbeatable artistry and limitless charisma. Don't miss your chance to
catch these transformative rock legends live and in the flesh - get your tickets today!