Critics love them and fans can't get enough of them. Lucius has arrived and certainly has made
an impression on even the unlikeliest of characters, including Paul Krugman, a columnist for the New York Times and economist,
who is a big fan. Between the music and their stage presence, you just can't help but adore Lucius. From the matching hairdos
and the retro attire, Lucius is one to see!
Already praised for their appearances at big-name festivals like Ottawa
Bluesfest, the Forecastle Festival, Newport Folk Festival and more, you can still catch Lucius this year at Terminal 5 in
New York, New York. Lucius is often found on the road so you'll get plenty of opportunities to see them live in concert in
the coming months. Just keep checking back right here on StubHub for the most up-to-the-minute information available!
Lucius first took shape in 2005 when Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig struck up a friendship at
the Berklee School of Music. The pair met at a college party and found they both shared a passion for the music of David Bowie
and The Beatles... and red wine. The pair soon went to work on writing songs together and started gigging for fun and used
the name Lucius. Eventually, they settled in Brooklyn, and it was there that they met three more musicians, who would eventually
join the fold - Peter Lalish, Andrew Burri and Danny Molad, who is now Wolfe's spouse. Wolfe describes her band as family,
and the cohesive relationships of the group members, especially between the originators, is an intricate part of the fabric
ofLucius's music. They additionallyshare lead vocal duties, often singing in harmony. "Holly and I are sort of like the yin
and the yang. Where she has strengths, I have weaknesses, and where I have strengths, she has weaknesses and we really see
that in each other. We just have an easy relationship. We just really respect each other and we come from completely different
backgrounds, but we have very similar parallel experiences and we've been able to relate to each other in a way that I can't
imagine relating to anyone else. There was just an automatic kinship when we started making music together," Wolfe told Boston
Lucius's has an EP credited to their name, titled, Lucius EP. Their studio albums
include: Songs From the Bromley House (2009) and Wildewoman (2013).
Lucius played their
first show to a crowd they estimated to be around 78 or 79 college students. And, when they went to get paid for their debut
gig, they found out that they needed to have had 80 people to be at the show - as defined in their contract. Needless to say,
Wolfe and Laessig got their first lesson in the music business, and they learnedit the hard way. But, it's certainly one they'll
Lucius Concert Experience
Lucius offers an unrivaled concert experience that you just can't
get from sitting at home. Lucius members have expressed that they love relating totheir audiences. Lucius's Jess Wolfe said,
"There's a part of me that loathes playing these huge, huge, huge rooms. You can't really make the same connection that you
do when you have 600 people. I want to feel people sweat. I want there to be that strong connection where you can actually
feel somebody in the same space with you. We really thrive playing live - it's where we can connect with an audience and that's
everything to us. I think people feel that - I hope they can feel that."
This award-winning band gives audiences the
contagious hooks and dance-worthy music they crave along with the intriguing theatrics to complement their stage presence
even more! There's just no way you can get that from a YouTube video. And, nothing else can imitate that connection and that
feelingyou get as you anxiously anticipate your favorite band to appear on stage at a live concert. Surrounded by other passionate
fans, you can feel the energy and electricity mount in those moments right before the stage comes alive with the spectacular
theatrics and infectious music that can only be delivered at a live performance. Lucius is certainlya band that stirs up that
anticipation and energy. With songs like "Turn It Around," you can't help but get excited to experience them live. So toss
your iPod aside and head to one of Lucius'supcoming live shows. Tickets for Luciustend to go fast, so make sure you get yours
in hand today. All you need to do is check right here on StubHub for their latest concert listings and ticket availability.
And in no time you will be caught up in that moment of sweet anticipation. Why wait? Pick up your tickets today!