Mighty Mighty Bosstones Tour
Ska core band, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, burst onto the scene in their native Boston,
Massachusetts in the early 1980s and changed the music world forever. They have been called one of the godfathers of ska punk
and it is obvious that they helped bring the genre into the mainstream music world with attention-getting radio hits like
"Someday I Suppose" and "Knock on Wood." Their live shows have been known to be a non-stop thrill ride and are always sure
to get the crowd going. They first gained attention in the underground ska punk scene. But it wasn't long before the mainstream
media took notice and made them crossover artists. Their unique talents earned them record deals with Taang! Records, Island
and Def Jam Records. And although they stepped out of the limelight for a time in the early 2000s, they are back and better
than ever, and you won't want to miss a single moment of the action.
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones are currently on tour
and making stops in cities all over the nation. Check them out in venues like the Boston City Hall Plaza and many other venues
across the United States. Don't miss out! Grab some tickets from StubHub today, and be there for every exciting moment!
About The Artist
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones grew out of the hardcore scene of the 1980s. They were also heavily
influenced by the British ska scene of the 1970s. The band members had all had experiences with being in a local band, and
they were hungry for something more substantial. With bassist Joe Gittleman as the anchor for their sound, the Bosstones was
created. They created their own music and found inspiration in AC/DC, Motorhead, Social Distortion, The Clash and Stiff Little
Fingers. The band soon signed with Taang! Records and began performing in venues across the country. Along with original music,
the band also sang cover songs. Their EP, Where'd You Go? included covers like Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion," Van Halen's "Ain't
Talkin' 'bout Love" and Metallica's "Enter Sandman."
They were soon headlining their own tour and finding themselves
selling out venues and playing to screaming fans. They signed with Mercury Records and released their EP, Ska-Core, the Devil,
and More. It also contained a mixture of covers and original music. They spent the whole of the 90s, performing around the
world, appearing in TV and film and reaching the top of the Billboard Modern Rock chart. The band continued to see success
well into the 2000s, but decided to take a break from relentless touring and producing to focus on solo projects. Then, in
2007, the band came back together to perform in their hometown of Boston. They were soon making noise in the music business
once more. Don't miss your chance to be there when this amazingly-talented group takes the stage! Get your tickets from StubHub
While the Mighty Mighty Bosstones had already made headway in the underground
ska-punk world, they had yet to make it to the mainstream music world. That was until the release of their album, Ska-Core,
the Devil, and More. It was the album heard 'round the world when it hit the shelves in 1993. It was a collection of cover
songs and original music that set them apart from other bands at the time. Once the world took a listen, they were hooked.
The album spawned several hit songs and led to other opportunities like opening for Aerosmith and performing on the Vans Warped
Tour. Since then, the band has continued to find their place in music history, gaining new fans with each new generation.
Don't miss your chance to see this one-of-a-kind group live, on stage. Get your tickets today!
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones weren't just an influential band in their heyday because of their music.
They also influenced the fashion world. Their signature plaid shirts and Chuck Taylor shoes started a trend among music fans
of that time. They were so much of an influence that Converse actually approached the band to appear in a few commercials
and print ads sporting their signature look.
You'll be clapping your hands and stomping
your feet along with the music when the Mighty Mighty Bosstones perform their big hits and latest music live on stage at an
upcoming show. The Bosstones are a must-see band for anyone who has ever loved the ska-punk genre, or who just loves a great
concert experience. There is nothing that compares to seeing this band live in concert. Come out and hear all of your favorite
tunes like "The Impression That I Get" and "Someday I Suppose," and music from their most recent album. Check StubHub for
all of the latest tour dates and upcoming performances featuring the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and see why this one-of-a-kind
band has been such a huge hit on the mainstream music scene over the last few years. Don't miss out! Get your tickets today!