Let the press wring their hands over what Girl Talk's obsessive sampling means for music. Fans know what it all means:
a damn good time. Albums like his newest release, All Day, has made waves with its stunning mash-ups, blending Black Sabbath
and Jay-Z, or Sir Mix-A-Lot with Fugazi. But the real experience is getting concert
tickets to hear him live, where everyone ends up sweating on the dancefloor - including the artist himself.
Girl Talk, aka Gregg Gillis, started out as a biomedical engineer with a love of electronic music. He played with samples
throughout his college years, and even when he was in the working world, but the siren's call was too much - and the siren
sounded a lot like Lady Gaga and the Beastie Boys. His live tours are renowned for turning laptop shows into an experience.
Don't come unless you plan to move and dance.
Girl Talk's live shows have made him one of the biggest draws to the music festivals he's played at, but even at solo shows,
he never fails to leave people exhilarated. Want to experience him for yourself? Make sure you secure some Girl Talk tickets
for his current tour.
Gregg Gillis originally chose the name "Girl Talk" for his project because too many electronica artists seemed stuffy and
self-serious. He wanted to make great music so people could cut loose. Get dance
and electronic music tickets from StubHub up above and do just that at a live show.