During Cracker's glory days of the 1990s, the band folded in hints of country, alternative pop/rock
into multiple cheeky and talked-about anthems. The band's quirky hits include songs like "Euro-Trash Girl" and "Low," and
has issued 10 studio albums along with a slew of compilations and collaborations. The band was established in 1991 and has
been touring ever since. You can find Cracker at venues like: Club Congress in Tucson, Arizona; Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix,
Arizona; Backstage Bar and Billiards in Las Vegas, Nevada; The Soiled Dove Underground in Denver, Colorado; and more! Don't
miss out on Cracker when the band comes to your hometown and sign up for event updates through StubHub.
Singer/guitarist David Lowery served as the frontman for a unconventional alternative group known as Camper
Van Beethoven. The group took an extended break in 1990 during which time Lowery collaborated with Davey Faragher (bassist)
and Johnny Hickman (guitarist). The three artists coined themselves Cracker and set up shop in Richmond, Virginia. The band
inked a deal with Virgin Records in 1991. They reached out to multiple drummers like Rick Jaeger, Phil Jones and Jim Keltner
to help develop the sound for Cracker's first release. Their eponymous album arrived in 1992. Brimming with guitar-fueled
rock tunes and gritty vocals, the album firmly cemented Cracker's reputation on the music scene. "Teen Angst (What the World
Needs Now)" rocketed to the No. 1 spot as a contemporary rock single. A year later, Kerosene Hat hit the ground running, yielding
another coveted hit, "Low." The tune cracked the charts in the U.K. as well as the U.S. The album claimed platinum status.
Golden Age dropped in 1996 yielded another hit, "I Hate My Generation," and the band embarked on a tour to back the album.
After getting off the road, Lowery dedicated his efforts to producing. He worked with a string of talents like Fighting Gravity,
Lauren Hoffman, Joan Osborne and Sparklehorse. His talents also extended into film when he co-starred in River Red. He made
an appearance in This Space Between Us as well. By the close of the decade, Cracker's lineup seemed to be more stable. The
lineup included: Kenny Margolis (keyboardist/accordion player); Frank Funaro (drummer); and the previous core members of Rupe,
Hickman and Lowery. Gentleman's Blues arrived in 1998 with Cracker's musicians giving tribute to Southern rock and blues.
Surprisingly at this time, Camper Van Beethoven resurfaced and Lowery found himself dividing his time between both bands.
The year 2001 saw the release of the live album, Traveling Apothecary Show & Revue. It was followed by the arrival of
Forever in 2002. A year after that, Countrysides dropped. Three years later, Cracker came out with Greenland. Berlin, another
live concert release, was released in 2008. Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey arrived in 2009 and landed in Billboard's
Top 200. Cracker additionally toured Iraq in 2009, entertaining U.S. troops. In 2014, the band toured China with the Kerosene
Hat lineup. These days, you can find Cracker on tour at various venues across the nation.
discography is comprised of: Cracker (1992); Kerosene Hat (1993); Bob's Car (1994); The Golden Age (1996); Gentleman's Blues
(1998); Forever (2002); Countrysides (2003); Greenland (2006); and Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey (2009).
Cracker's monster hit song, "Low," which came out in the '90s, was highlighted in the movies The Perks of Being
a Wallflower (2012) and The Wolverine (2013).
Cracker Concert Experience
Alternative rock band Cracker
has been around since 1991, delivering infectious music that you can't help but smile about. With songs like "Euro-Trash Girl"
and "Low," Cracker puts on a show that will have you and your friends reminiscing back to those carefree days of the '90s.
members of Cracker have plenty of experience under their belts and know a thing or two about getting hordes of fans pumped
up and excited. So don't spend another night glued to the TV and head out for a fun night of hypnotic music presented by Cracker.
The concert experience is nothing short of spectacular, as any fan can confirm, but it's still something that you have to
embrace if you want to really appreciate it. When a unique and fun group like Cracker takes the stage, you don't have any
excuses. Just click off the big-screen and head out to see it all happen up close and personal as Cracker look to put on yet
another fantastic show for their extremely dedicated fan base.
You're in luck this year to catch a live performance
because Cracker is headed for Tucson, Arizona; Phoenix, Arizona; Las Vegas, Nevada; and more. Make sure you get your own tickets
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