Paul Revere and the Raiders – 2014 Concert Schedule
The American rock band Paul Revere & the Raiders
are one of the quintessential rock bands from the 60s. They are best known for their hits "Kicks," "Hungry," and "Him or Me
– What's It Gonna Be?" Their songs have been ranked as some of the best of all time, and they have three gold records
under their belt. After all of these decades, Paul Revere and the Raiders are still going strong and it appears they have
no intentions of stopping. When they hit the road again for another tour, you will get to hear some of the best tunes from
the beginning of rock and roll in America. These legendary rockers will be coming to a venue near you soon, and you don't
want to miss out on the chance to see them live in concert. Fans young and old have been left dazzled by their concerts for
years, and you don't want to miss out on the experience. For your tickets to see the iconic rock band Paul Revere and the
Raiders, be sure to visit StubHub today.
About Paul Revere and the Raiders
The American rock band Paul
Revere and the Raiders was formed in the 1950s, and they released their first record, "Like, Long Hair," which was solely
instrumental and managed to make it to number 38 on the Billboard charts. By 1965, the band was signed to a major label and
began recording various songs in the style of garage rock. That year, the band released their second national hit, "Just Like
Me," and they started regularly appearing on television shows like Dick Clark's "Where the Action Is," "Happening '68," and
"It's Happening." During the rest of the 60s, Paul Revere and the Raiders continued to churn out a steady stream of hit songs,
like "Hungry," "Kicks," "The Great Airplane Strike," "Him or Me – What's It Gonna Be?" and "Good Thing." By 1967, Paul
Revere and the Raiders had three gold albums to their name, including "Just Like Us" and "Midnight Ride."
in the later 1960s included songs like "Ups and Downs," "Too Much Talk," "Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon," and "Cinderella Sunshine." As
the public's tastes starting to change during this decade, Paul Revere and the Raiders had to change accordingly, and they
came out with a psychedelic album in 1968 called "Something Happening." Throughout the decades to come, Paul Revere and the
Raiders would evolve and adapt their music according to trends, and they still continued to record and perform.
Revere and the Raiders' Breakthrough Album
Paul Revere and the Raiders were in the right place at the right time with
their debut album. Emulating the sounds of other bands like the Rolling Stones and the Animals, Paul Revere and the Raiders
were known for their garage rock sounds that were so reminiscent of the 60s. Their record "Just Like Us!" eventually went
gold, and peaked at the number 5 position on the Billboard 200. It was the first album they released after becoming a fixture
on the television variety show "Where the Action Is," which helped introduce their music to the masses. Their album "Midnight
Ride" also went gold, and included one of their most famous hits, "Kicks." "Midnight Ride" also included "I'm Not Your Steppin'
Stone," which was later covered by the Monkees and became a top 20 hit.
Paul Revere and the Raiders Trivia
you know that Paul Revere and the Raiders recorded the song "Louie Louie" before The Kingsmen?
During their early years,
Paul Revere and the Raiders released their version of "Louie Louie" on April 25, 1963, and they had recorded their version
one week before the Kingsmen did. Interestingly, the public preferred the recording by the Kingsmen, and the single had gone
to the number two position shortly after. However, Paul Revere and the Raiders' version caught the attention of Columbia Records
representative Ken Bolster, and they were later signed to the record label.
You may have
first heard their tunes on Dick Clark's show "Where the Action Is," or perhaps you heard "Kicks" on the radio many years ago.
Whether you're a new fan or you've loved them since the beginning, you will definitely want to check out their show when Paul
Revere and the Raiders hit the road on their upcoming concert tour. With classic rock songs like "I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone,"
you will be transported to another era of music. Where else can you see some of the legendary music acts from the 60s still
perform live in concert? For one of the most memorable rock shows around, visit StubHub today to get your tickets to see Paul
Revere and the Raiders. This is not a show you'll want to miss!