Spoon Concert Schedule
As one of the premier bands in indie rock, Spoon has certainly established a reputation
for creating some of the most inventive and refreshing sounds in all of music. With major hits like "The Underdog" and "The
Way We Get By", Spoon has remained one of the most consistently exciting bands in indie rock. The group tinges their fresh
indie rock sound with elements of pop and art rock, and their distinct sound has earned them countless fans all over the world.
Since forming in the early 1990s, this American rock outfit has been putting on knockout shows for their rabid fan base, and
Spoon never fails to wow their audiences. Spoon has been compared to a variety of artists and bands, from Elvis Costello to
the Pixies, but the reason why it is so hard to define their sound is that Spoon has created a unique sound that is entirely
their own. This ingenuity, along with their high-energy live performances, has made Spoon one of indie rock's favorite bands.
all of the Spoon fans out there, get ready for some exciting news—Spoon has several shows lined up in the US this fall!
Spoon is performing at festivals like the Moon Block Party in Pomona and Austin City Limits in Austin, but they are also gearing
up for a handful of exciting headlining shows. This September, you can catch Spoon in cities like Madison, Minneapolis, Saint
Louis, Lawrence, and Tulsa, all of which have already generated major buzz throughout the indie community. Whether you see
Spoon on stage at a music festival or at one of their headlining shows, you certainly won't be disappointed by their electrifying
and dynamic live shows! So don't miss out on seeing Spoon live in concert and grab your tickets on StubHub now!
Spoon's origins lie in a band called The Alien Beats, of which Britt Daniel and Jim Eno were both members.
After their time in Alien Beats, Daniel and Eno decided to form another band, which they called Spoon. The two musicians decided
to name their band Spoon after the '70s German avant-garde band Can's song "Spoon". After a couple of years of practicing
and recording demos, Spoon caught the attention of Matador Records, which signed the band in 1995. Shortly afterward, Spoon
released its first full-length album, Telephono. The album was moderately successful and even received some high praise from
critics, and the more music the band released, the more attention they started to receive from music fans and labels around
In 2000, Spoon signed to Merge Records, an indie rock label that took the band under its wings after Spoon
was dropped from Elektra Records. Their third EP, Girls Can Tell, became a huge hit, and it sold more copies than their first
two records combined. From then on, Spoon's momentum just seemed to grow, and before they knew it, the band was performing
on talk shows like Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Late Show with David Letterman, Saturday Night Live, and more! Their songs
started to make their way onto the radio and onto television, appearing in shows like Veronica Mars, The Simpsons, Bones,
Scrubs, How I Met Your Mother, House, and many more. Spoon had risen to become one of indie rock's most beloved bands of the
decade, and their popularity has not waned one bit ever since. If anything, Spoon is more popular now than ever before, and
you can grab your tickets to one of their upcoming shows by heading to StubHub right away. So don't miss out on seeing Spoon
rock out live in concert and secure your tickets on StubHub!
Spoon has released eight studio
albums over the years, two of which have topped the US Independent Albums music chart: Gimme Fiction (2005) and Ga Ga Ga Ga
Ga (2007). Some of the band's most popular tracks include indie hits like "The Way We Get By", "The Underdog", "Got Nuffin",
"Rent I Pay", "Do You", "Inside Out", and "Stay Don't Go".
Throughout the course of their career, Spoon has released
numerous indie rock favorites, and you can hear these songs live when you catch Spoon in concert!
2009, Metacritic named Spoon the "Top overall artist of the decade", largely based on the incredibly high reviews of the band's
music throughout the 2000s.
Spoon has dominated the indie rock scene for over a decade,
and their incredible music has earned them fans all over the world. No matter where they are performing, Spoon always amazes
fans with their fun and lively shows, which is why their concerts consistently sell out time and time again. To secure your
spot in the audience at one of Spoon's upcoming shows, all you have to do is check out StubHub's ticket selection as soon