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Hawthorne Heights tickets - Hawthorne Heights Tour

Hawthorne Heights – 2014 Concert Schedule

If you're a fan of emo or screamo music, then you're in luck, because one of the biggest bands from the genre is beginning another concert tour. Hawthorne Heights, best known for their hits "Ohio is for Lovers," "Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears," and "Pens and Needles," were one of the leading bands during the early 2000s burgeoning emo scene. Their music helped to define this style of music, which juxtaposes melodies and rock music with screaming. If you never had a chance to see this band during the height of their popularity, this is your opportunity to check out their live show. The band will be playing all of the hits that fans have come to know and love, and you don't want to miss their show when they come to a venue near you. To experience everything that a Hawthorne Heights concert has to offer, be sure to visit StubHub to get your tickets before they're all gone.

About Hawthorne Heights

Hawthorne Heights is an Ohio-based rock band that formed in 2001. The band's lineup is currently comprised of Micah Carli, JT Woodruff, Matt Ridenour, Eron Bucciarelli, and Mark McMillon. The band's debut album "The Silence in Black and White" was released in June of 2004 through Victory Records. "The Silence in Black and White" was a huge success, eventually being certified Gold after selling more than 800,000 copies in the United States alone. In the wake of their success, the band released a follow-up album, "If Only You Were Lonely," which was released in 2006 and also achieved Gold status by the RIAA. This album was actually a concept album that followed the story of a long distance couple. "If Only You Were Lonely" managed to reach the number 1 position on the Billboard Independent Albums chart and number 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.

By 2008, Hawthorne Heights were ready to release their third album, "Fragile Future." The 2008 album was also a success, debuting at number 23 on the Billboard 200 and number 4 on the Top Independent Album chart. After signing with Wind-up Records, Hawthorne Heights went on to release their fourth album, "Skeletons," which peaked at number 50 on the Billboard 200, and included the tracks "Bring You Back," "End of the Underground," and "Abandoned Driveways."

Hawthorne Heights' most recent album, "Zero," was released in June of 2013, and they subsequently joined the Vans Warped Tour. Now the band is embarking on another tour, allowing fans to hear all of their favorite Hawthorne Heights song performed live.

Hawthorne Heights' Breakthrough Album

Hawthorne Heights were an immediate success with their debut release, "The Silence in Black and White." This release marked the band's best selling debut at the time, eventually selling over 800,000 copies and being certified Gold by the RIAA. The album hit the number 1 position on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, number 4 on the Top Independent Album chart, and number 56 on the Billboard 200. The success of Hawthorne Heights' debut album paved the way for their future success, as their second album was also certified Gold. Hawthorne Heights became a leading band on the emo/screamo scene, and fans loved the fact that the band's music was filled with emotion, but still had heavy elements of rock as well.

Hawthorne Heights Trivia

Did you know that Hawthorne Heights used to be called "A Day in the Life"?

Formed by JT Woodruff, Andy Saunders, Josh Bethel, and Andy Lazier, the original lineup was called A Day in The Life, based on the popular song by the Beatles. When the band played under this moniker, they released an album called "Nine Reasons to Say Goodbye" with Confined Records. Before changing their name to Hawthorne Heights, they also released an EP called "Paper Chromatography: The Fade from Dark to Light" in 2003. Marking their transition with a different band name, the first song Hawthorne Heights wrote after changing their name was called "The Transition."

Fan Experience

If you've never been to an emo or screamo show, checking out a live concert from Hawthorne Heights is the perfect way to get started. With their emotionally charged music and heartfelt lyrics, their concerts are sure to impress any concert goer, especially if you're a fan of rock music. Fans far and wide have already been touched by this band's profound influence, and now it's your turn to get in on the Hawthorne Heights experience. Seeing a live rock show with your friends is the perfect way to have a fun time, and you'll definitely want to check out the latest concert by Hawthorne Heights. So round up your friends, head over to StubHub for your concert tickets, and get ready to rock at the next Hawthorne Heights concert!

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