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Deer Tick - The 2014 Tour

Rhode Island alternative rockers Deer Tick are back, hitting the road once again for a climactic end to the band's 2014 tour. Don't miss Deer Tick when they play six consecutive nights at the Brooklyn Bowl located in none other than Brooklyn, New York City. The hippest and hottest venue New York City has to offer, experience the amazing nightlife and rapid city beat of New York City the best way possible with a night that is kicked off or capped up with a Deer Tick performance. Can't make it to NYC to catch Deer Tick for one of their six nights of performances? Keep calm and carry on because these alt rock giants are always adding new and exciting tour destinations to their ever expanding tour schedule. Catch them in 2015 by consistently checking back right here at StubHub, the world's number one resource for concert tickets on the web.

From the biggest music festivals to the most intimate concert halls, Deer Tick always brings the noise as they bring their signature sound to crowds all across the globe. Whether they're crisscrossing North America or burning down venues all across Europe and beyond, the Deer Tick 2014 tour is the premier music event of the year that's reshaped the alt rock music landscape for years to come. Don't miss your chance to jump on the Deer Tick express when it passes through an area near you!


About Deer Tick

Deer Tick is the musical brainchild of John McCauley, who had been a heavyweight on the singing and songwriting scene for years before forming Deer Tick. McCauley got his start in the early 00s, performing in various acts including the high school music project Kadaver, Metro Savages, My Other Face and El Toro. His early years were spent lighting up the local Rhode Island music scene, eventually expanding into the other musical bastions of New England including Massachusetts and New York. 2005 would bring the band's first nationwide tour, alongside soul rockers Viking Moses. Deer Tick would perform alongside and be heavily influenced by acts such as Nat Baldwin and Jana Hunter, creating a musical clique that heavily informed the direction of Deer Tick's music.

With Deer Tick still under the exclusive direction of McCauley, John would make the move towards a permanent lineup, recruiting New England area musicians and brothers Chris and Dennis Ryan. Signing under Feow! Records, the band dropped their debut album in 2007 and hit the road touring North America. They would add one more member to their lineup, guitarist Andrew Tobiassen, and sign onto Baltimore based Partisan Records, which would lead to the band's biggest flirtation yet with fame and success yet. They would hit the road again in a much anticipated tour that spanned across all of North America and into Europe, while critical praise and recognition rained in from critics and fans alike.

By 2010, the band had matured extensively in their songwriting capabilities, honing their music in different directions as their success took them to new heights. They would make their TV debut with David Letterman on the Late Show, becoming permanently ingrained into the fabric of the music scene in North America. They would also become staple musicians in Europe as they becoming one of the most talked about musicians from the isles to the continent. The band would see the addition of keyboardist Rob Crowell, as well as the sad departure of longtime guitarist Andrew Tobiassen, but nonetheless retained their signature Americana rock sound.

The band has kept their unique roots across all their recordings, but constantly push their sound to new limits with each and every release. McCauley has described his music making progress as being accountable to Deer Tick first, and the rest of the world second. Despite that, the band has acknowledged a huge gap between their recorded music and their live performances, with the latter aiming more to please crowds than to push musical limits.


Previous Hits

The band's debut album War Elephant would drop twice: Once in 2007 on Feow! Records then as a re release under Partisan Records. The second time around the album would be a huge success, gaining positive critical acclaim from various critical outlets and launching the band into the global spotlight for the first time. The album would include heavy country influences and be carried by the addictive tracks "What Kind of Fool Am I?", "Art Isn't Real (City of Sin)", "Dirty Dishes", and "Ashamed".

The band's follow up would meet the huge expectations lumped upon it, with a crisper sound and overwhelming praise from critics. The album received eight star ratings from both Clash and PopMatters, and produced a litany of tracks that have become part of the foundational Deer Tick discography, including "Little White Lies", "The Ghost", "Stung", and "Easy".

Perhaps their most critically acclaimed success to date, Divine Providence would drop in 2011 as the band's fourth full length release, venturing farther into the musical mind of frontman McCauley than ever before. The album picked up favorable reviews from Rolling Stone, SPIN Magazine, Uncut, and Paste, and was a band wide collaborative effort that spawned the hits "Make Believe", "Electric", "Main Street" and "The Bump".


Trivia

The band occasionally performs under the title of Deervana, temporarily becoming a Nirvana cover band. In honor of twenty years since the release of Nirvana hit In Utero, the band played a tribute show in their honor.

The name Deer Tick comes from McCauley's experience camping and hiking in the American northeast. The name Deer Tick resonated with him after his first time finding one hiding in his hair.


The Deer Tick Concert Experience

With nonstop country vibes and unbeatable charisma, the Deer Tick concert experience is the ultimate adventure in dynamic indie sounds that will leave you out of your seat and screaming for more. Whether they're walking through the raw sounds of War Elephant or the eclectic mixes of Negativity, Deer Tick never disappoints as they mix musical genius with indie tenacity for a performance of a life time. Don't miss your chance to rise these meteoric rock stars on their way to the top - get your tickets today!

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Dec 26, 2014 8:30 PM
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