Say Anything - The 2014 Tour
Indie alt rockers Say Anything are back, bringing their sensational genre twisting
sound back onto the road for what is going to be the most exciting tour of 2014. Don't miss these Los Angeles based rockers
as they show us what music is really about somewhere in your neighborhood, including: San Francisco, San Diego, West Hollywood,
Anaheim, and Santa Ana, CA; Durham, NC; Tempe, AZ; Dallas and Austin, TX; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Silver
Spring, MD; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA; Sayreville, NJ; Worcester, MA; New York City, NY; New Haven, CT; Cleveland, OH;
Detroit, MI; Saint Louis, MO; Lawrence, KS; Denver, CO; Salt Lake City, UT; Seattle, WA; and Portland, OR. Don't see Say Anything
in your area? Keep up to date on all of their latest tour destinations right here on StubHub, the number resource in the entire
world for all your ticket related inquiries.
From the biggest concert halls to the smallest showrooms, Say Anything
always delivers one of the best concert experiences in the business. Catch them for two legendary back to back nights in New
York City's Irving Plaza, or do downtown San Francisco the right way by enjoying a night topped off with Say Anything at the
iconic Regency Ballroom. Say Anything's 2014 tour is the most exciting thing to happen in the world of music since Say Anything's
2013 tour. Don't miss your chance to see them live and in person!
About Say Anything
Hailing from Los
Angeles, California, Say Anything started as a die hard local music project that spent their early years self recording and
self releasing before making their big break to the major leagues of music. Being hailed by musical visionaries as their generations
Bob dylan, Say Anything signed with Doghouse Records in 2003 immediately got to work changing the musical foundations of the
indie alt rock world. The band would sign up with Stephen Trask and Tim O'Heir to be the producer gurus on their major full
length debut, which would drop to major acclaim. The band's lead, Max Bemis, would struggle with psychological issues and
put the future of Say Anything in perilous waters as he dealt with severe bipolar disorder. Despite the struggles of creating
the band's debut, Say Anything immediately was beamed into the musical spotlight of the indie alt rock scene.
would hit a rough point, with Bemis' continued psychological struggles causing multiple rifts within the band. After multiple
lineup changes and intervention from family and friends, Bemis was able to overcome his personal demons and push Say Anything
to the epic success that they were destined to enjoy. Under a new label and with solid new direction, the band recorded for
J Records and immediately set off on multiple nationwide tours. The band played alongside some of the biggest names in modern
rock, including Dashboard Confessional, Saves the Day, and Manchester Orchestra.
The band has been on a non stop run
of success after success as they've moved labels and toured the world, but have never lost touch of their deeply musical foundations
and their desire to be a world changing force on the music scene and the world. With a global fan base and a decade spanning,
seven album discography, Say Anything is poised to remain as part of indie alt rock canon for years to come.
Say Anything's big label debut would be...Is a Real Boy, dropping in 2004 and setting the band on its trajectory
to greatness. In concept the album was going to be a rock opera, but the band soon moved in a different direction under the
tutelage of producers Tim O'Heir and Stephen Trask. The album received overwhelming positive critical acclaim, including a
perfect score from Sputnikmusic, a 95% rating from MindEqualsBlown, and near perfect ratings from critics at Allmusic, Punktastic,
AbsolutePunk, and Punk News. The album would be carried by the singles "Alive with the Glory of Love" and "Wow, I Can Get
Sexual Too", which have now become foundational pieces of Say Anything's discography.
The band's 2012 release, Anarchy,
My Dear, would carry on the band's unstoppable roll of hit albums. The sixth album in the Say Anything collection, the album
hit the #4 and #5 position on the US Alternative and US Rock billboards, making it their best charting success to date. The
album featured the singles "Burn A Miracle" and "Say Anything", representations of both Say Anything's fundamental sound as
well as the vast maturation they've reached over a decade of playing music.
Despite his troubled
history, lead singer Max Bemis has been straight headed since the mid 2000s. He even declined to go on Warped Tour, fearing
the stress and pressure of the tour might be detrimental to his health.
The Say Anything Concert Experience
over a decade of performing experience and musical mastery barely seen in todays music scene, the Say Anything concert experience
is over forty cumulative years of musical and performing experience distilled into one night of amazing fun and pure frenetic
energy. Known for their amazing performances and their dedication to fans, Say Anything always delivers night after night
for one of the best musical experiences in the rock scene today. Don't miss your chance to catch them live - get your tickets