London Grammar is ready to hit a stage near you as the embark on a highly anticipated tour that will
features loads of dates in the United States, as well as one in Canada. This group has taken the music world by storm as of
late with their first full-length album dropping recently. The trip-hop trio is becoming known for their prowess performing
live, and fans will be lining up to see this band in person, and for good reason. It's always great to see a group live, especially
on that is on the rise like London Grammar and is ready to make its mark on the music businesses and people's eardrums all
over the country. Hannah Reid's emotional lyrics and soaring vocals combined with the ethereal quality of the sounds produced
by the instrumentation of Dot Major and Dan Rothman have made London a worldwide hit. It's no wonder why people are clamoring
to see this new group live and in person, and you can be one of the lucky fans that do just that when London Grammar embarks
on this amazing tour.
London Grammar will be hitting stages all over the nation this year, as the tour begins on March
17th in Houston, TX. Fitzgeralds is sure to be packed with fans looking to see this new band in person, and access is sure
to be at a premium. The group will hit the west coast in the latter portion of March and play a show in Vancouver, BC on March
31st. The tour will close out at the 930 Club in Washington D.C. on April 14th.
About the Artist
unstoppable musical force has emerged from Nottingham, England. London Grammar, an indie pop trio which first got together
in 2012 after meeting at the University of Nottingham a few years earlier.Two of the members actually met on Facebook and
decided to have a jam session, and the rest is history. Dot Major, Hannah Reid, and Dan Rothman are currently making some
of the best dreamy indie pop on the market and their live shows are nothing short of spectacular. Do not be satisfied by just
reading praise for this hot new indie pop act, head out to a nearby show for yourself and become a convert. Soon you will
be grabbing up copies of all of their recordings and anxiously anticipating their return to your town. They gained a lot of
notoriety by uploading their song Hey Now to YouTube where it had well over 800,000 views in less than a year. Early 2013
saw the group release their debut EP Metal Dust, and a mere seven months later the band released their full length debut If
You Wait. Clearly London Grammar did not have to wait long for the world to pay attention to their considerable talent and
they are now embarking on a highly anticipated US tour.
People love to come together and
be entertained, and folks around the world are constantly attending events that feature live music for a reason. There is
something about music that transcends cultures and generations, and that certainly makes it something special. Live music
in particular is something that has definitely stood the test of time, and that's evident every time you head out to a show.
From coast to coast in the United States, people are constantly heading out to venues big and small to catch their favorite
artists in person. It's always a great experience to see an artist you've come to love on stage, and suddenly listening to
their album in your car or in your home pales in comparison. That's because a concert brings the whole package, and you find
yourself feeling a whole new connection with this artist that you already knew so well.
When you head out to see a London
Grammar, you'll be treated to seeing and up and coming band that is setting the music scene on fire. The shows are sure to
be a great time, and a lot of people will be lining up to gain access to venues all across the country on the current tour.
You can experience everything for yourself by getting to a London Grammar show sometime in the near future. Don't miss the
chance to be a part of what could be a groundbreaking tour.
London Grammar experienced
their breakthrough when they released their debut EP, Metal and Dust, which hit number eight on the Australian iTunes chart.
Their single "Wasting My Young Years" reached number 31 on the UK Singles Chart. The EP and single quickly turned London Grammar
into a veritable international sensation, and set the stage for the group's first full-length release.
did London Grammar make their American television debut?
The answer is in January of 2014 on the show Late Night With