Mighty Mighty Bosstones Concert Schedule
Ska-metal experienced an incredible surge of popularity in the late '90s,
and this is largely due to the Mighty Mighty Bossnotes. These pioneers in ska music are responsible for crossing high-energy
ska with the grittiness of heavy metal, and they have produced some of the freshest and most enduring modern rock anthems
of the past several decades. Since emerging onto the music scene in the early 1980s, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones have had
an irreversible impact on the music scene, and they have paved the way for countless ska-punk bands to follow in their footsteps.
While the MMB took a brief hiatus in the 2000s, they reemerged in 2007 with more energy and enthusiasm than ever before! If
you want to catch these third wave ska pioneers in action, you can see them at one of their highly anticipated upcoming Boston
As Boston locals themselves, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones have an incredibly large and dedicated following throughout
Massachusetts, which is why they are performing three back-to-back shows in Boston this December. On December 26, 27, and
28, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones will be stepping out on stage at the House of Blues in Boston, and East Coast ska fans are
already itching with anticipation. There are few bands better known in the ska world than the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and
now you have the incredible opportunity to see them perform live in their hometown. These tickets are sure to sell out quickly,
however, and even though there are three Boston shows, you should still grab your tickets as soon as possible! Head to StubHub
today to snag tickets to one of MMB's December shows and get ready to rock out to some phenomenal ska-punk anthems.
Mighty Mighty Bosstones Background
The 1980s hardcore scene was alive with energy and excitement, and it was
out of this scene that the Mighty Mighty Bosstones emerged. The core lineup consisted of Dicky Barrett, Joe Gittleman, Tim
Burton, Nate Albert, Josh Dalsimer, Tim Bridewell, and Ben Carr. This all-star lineup decided on the name "Bosstones" for
their new ska group, a reference to Boston—their hometown. They started recording songs in the late 1980s, quickly gaining
the attention of not just local music fans, but ska fans all over the world. In 1987, two of their songs were featured on
the Mash It Up ska compilation. These songs were "The Cave" and "Ugly".
In 1989, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones scored
a recording contract with the Taang! record label. Shortly afterward, the group embarked on their first major American tour,
and whenever they stepped out on stage, they put on a knockout show for their fans. Even though the band had been together
for several years in the late '80s and early '90s, they didn't achieve mainstream success until they signed with Mercury Records
in 1993. Finally, MMB had become one of the hottest new rock outfits around, and their unique ska-metal sound caught the attention
of countless rock fans around the world, such as Steven Tyler, the Aerosmith lead singer. Tyler invited MMB to open for Aerosmith
at one of their shows, and before they knew it, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones had become a major force on the music scene.
their long and successful career, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones have accrued fans all over the world and have put on countless
stellar performances. Fortunately, this iconic ska band has not lost any of their momentum, and they can still put on some
of the best ska shows around. Grab your tickets to a Mighty Mighty Bosstones concert by heading to StubHub today!
This Boston ska outfit has released nine studio albums, 15 compilation albums, and 19 singles since emerging onto
the music scene in the late '80s. Their 1997 album, Let's Face It, remains their most successful album to date, as it has
been certified platinum by the RIAA. Some of MMB's biggest hits include ska anthems like "Someday I Suppose", "Don't Know
How to Party", "The Impression That I Get", "The Rascal King", "Royal Oil", and "So Sad To Say".
With so many ska hits
under their belt, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones have easily earned their reputation as one of the most influential ska bands
in history. Now you can catch them live in concert thanks to StubHub!
Because of their cool style,
the Mighty Mighty Bosstones appeared in several Converse TV commercials for Chuck Taylor sneakers.
you are ready for a knockout ska performance that will get your blood pumping and your adrenaline flowing, make sure to attend
one of Mighty Mighty Bosstones' upcoming shows! These three Boston shows are already some of the most talked about concert
events on the East Coast, and you could score your tickets to one of them (or all of them!) right here on StubHub! But hurry
- these shows are sure to sell out fast!