Taking Back Sunday Schedule
So much more than just an ordinary band, a night with Taking Back Sunday's original
beats and pumped up stage show is guaranteed to give you the time of your life! Since they eclipsed the music scene over a
decade ago, Taking Back Sunday has rattled the music world with their intense stage shows and authentic brand of music.
to band members, Taking Back Sunday started out with the intention to "create something that we considered timeless. We didn't
want something that people would listen to in 10 years and say, 'That's from 2006 when all the records sounded like that.'
We wanted people to listen to it in 10 years and say, 'Hell, yeah, turn that up!'"
Taking Back Sunday has an aggressive
tour schedule planned for 2014, which includes stops at the: Backstage Live in San Antonio, Texas; Bayou Music Center in Houston,
Texas; In The Venue in Salt Lake City, Utah; Knitting Factory in Boise, Idaho; The Warfield in San Francisco, California;
Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, California; House of Blues in San Diego, California; Ogden Theatre in Denver, Colorado;
Sokol Auditorium in Omaha, Nebraska; The Rave - Eagles Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Concord Music Hall in Chicago, Illinois;
Main Street Armory in Rochester, New York; The Fillmore Detroit in Detroit, Michigan; Kool Haus in Toronto, Ontario; House
of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts; and many more!
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Taking Back Sunday Background
in 1999 in Amityville, New York, Taking Back Sunday patterned their version of melodic hardcore after bands like Sunny Day
Real Estate, Endpoint and Lifetime. They inked a deal with Victory Records after putting out a five-song demo and a year-long
tour with bands like Alkaline Trio and At the Drive-In. Their first album, Tell All Your Friends, arrived in March 2002. The
spent the remainder of the year and much of 2003 on the road, but when a few of its members exited the band, Take Back Sunday's
future was left up in the air. But the band soldiered on and was able to round out their lineup by the time their fall 2003
tour rolled around. Where You Want to Be was released in 2004 and landed at No. 3 on Billboard's Top 200. They quickly became
a contender in the sea of commercial emo bands. Taking Back Sunday continued to promote the album as the headlining act for
a North American tour. On the shirttails of their sophomore album's success, the band signed on with Warner Bros. in 2005.
They additionally shared the spotlight with Jimmy Eat World during multiple shows. The band stepped back into the recording
studio to work on their third full-length album, Louder Now, which scored the No. 2 spot when it came out in April 2006. The
album proved to be a hard-hitting effort that drew on the band's live energy, which was further showcased on the Louder Now:
Part Two CD/DVD package. Much of 2008 was spent penning original material and performing at spur-of-the-moment shows. Their
efforts culminated into New Again, which was released in the summer of 2009. A year later, Live from Orensanz was issued.
Later that year, the band made the announcement that they would be reuniting with the original lineup from the Tell All Your
Friends album. In 2011, Taking Back Sunday's fifth studio album arrived - a self-titled effort. Then in 2012, the revitalized
lineup set out on a tour. As a result, a live acoustic rendition of the tour was available for download. At the same time,
the band announced that they had taking initiative to start on their sixth album. The album, Happiness Is, is scheduled to
arrive in the spring of 2014.
Taking Back Sunday Albums
Taking Back Sunday has released several albums,
including: Tell All Your Friends (2002); Where You Want to Be (2004); Louder Now (2006); New Again (2009); Taking Back Sunday
(2011); and Happiness Is (2014).
Taking Back Sunday Trivia
Do you know where Taking Back Sunday got its
unusual name from? The band borrowed its moniker from a song by Long Island band, The Waiting Process, who were influenced
by their grandmother, that "they should take back Sunday from the Christian people in Long Island."
Sunday Concert Experience
No matter where rock sensation Taking Back Sunday is set to play, the fans are certainly
willing to follow - proven by countless sold-out arena tours. When you head out to one of their electric shows, you're likely
to find yourself among rabid fans! They are always a favorite when jamming live on stage, and they have enjoyed much success
throughout their career. Don't miss your chance to bang your head along with the boys in the band, and take a look above for
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