Papadosio is such an amazing band that there is few who will not jump at the chance to purchase
tickets on StubHub. By taking a look at the schedule one will see that the band is hitting up numerous venues across North
America to bring their unique indie rock sounds to legions of fans and soon-to-be followers. Make sure you get your tickets
for a nearby venue before it sells out. Papadosio is definitely playing a diverse array of stages: District N9ne in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania; Irving Plaza in New York, New York; Higher Ground in Burlington, Vermont; Intersection in Grand Rapids, Michigan;
Lincoln Theatre Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina; Cannery Ballroom in Nashville, Tennessee; and House of Blues Cleveland
in Cleveland, Ohio. There are many more locations that are not mentioned above, so be sure to take a good look at StubHub's
schedule to ensure you do not miss out on seeing Papadosio.
Papadosio is making a statement
about the information age by forming and playing the music. From the band's perspective, they are finding the place where
revolutionary technology coincides with evolutionary messaging. What is more is that the band is a hyper blend of progressive
rock, psychedelic folk rock electronic dance music that relies heavily on the concept of jamming. The band is a quintet that
continues to grow its fan base by appealing to the relatively highbrow philosophical underpinning of the cross-genre mixing
music. Through their eclectic sounds, Papadosio wants to lead the world to unity. The band consists of Anthony Thogmartin
(singer-songwriter, lyrical visionary, guitar and production), Mike Healy (drummer) and Rob McConnell (bassist), Billy Brouse
(keyboardist and synth master) and Sam Brouse (keyboardist and synth master).
The band started in Athens, Ohio, but
joined the community of Asheville, North Carolina to be a part of a new creative hub. While they enjoy living in the Blue
Ridge Mountains, the band is more often than not touring the country.
album Observations is critically acclaimed and what helped to launch them on an everlasting opportunity to tour. The next
album is To End the Illusion of Separation is a double album that shows the expansive nature of Papadosio. It is what the
band considers a paradigm shift and therefore a breakthrough. The genuine aim of the band is to encourage its followers to
look beyond the pretense of wealth, class and creed and to live together as humans. Many of the band's themes are about conservation,
tolerance and expanding one's mind through tribal rhythms and souring melodies. The band brings the earth and what is organic
together with technological innovations to create new sonic grounds on which to understand the social and political world
from the perspective of humanity.
Papadosio Live Show Experience
The live show experience is known for
being high-energy and producing what are relatively perplexing technology accompaniments. More often than not, Papadosio is
headlining the shows in which it plays, but there is also the opportunity to catch the band as it place the festival circuit.
The band is quite sonically philosophical as it is lyrically, and how it relates to its audience while on stage. The organic
approach to the music that Papadosio takes, with the reliance on technology to connect all aspects of human existence past
and present with what is happening in that moment on stage, is what impresses most audiences. It is challenging to understand
the larger and complex social transformative experience Papadosio aims to create at its shows. Make sure that you get your
tickets to see Papadosio to experience what the band truly intends to do. It isn't just meant to be listened to on one's computer
or Walkman, it is meant to be experienced live to truly feel the paradigm shifting. The live show is intense and well received
by its audiences; get your tickets on StubHub now.
In an interview with the Rooster,
Anthony Thogmartin gave inspirational advice to young artists, "Anything is possible if you hunker down and work hard at it.
Maybe this isn't the most sparkling answer, but we aren't special people, we have had a blue-collar approach to our craft
the whole time. We have been gone from home around 200 days a year for the past 5. We have heard some incredible music on
the road, and the only reason most bands don't grow continuously is because they aren't 100% committed to work […} The
real question any musician has to ask themselves is: Am I a full time musician or a member of the work force?" The entire
band believes in giving a 100% to their art and it is in turn felt as part of the audience who experiences Papadosio live.
The band is dedicated to making the world a better place through the art that it creates. It is admirable and definitely a
reason to go see Papadosio in concert.