The Kills Concert Schedule
This indie rock band blends together the best of American music with the best of British
music, creating one phenomenal sound that will instantly mesmerize you. The Kills is an indie rock duo comprise of American
singer Alison "VV" Mosshart and British guitarist Jamie "Hotel" Hince. Since initially showcasing their songs in the early
2000s, they have played venues all over the world, and this talented duo has amassed fans in all four corners of the globe
with their catchy, gritty garage rock sound. Both VV and Hotel have embarked on solo projects throughout the years, but they
continue to reunite as a duo to crank out some awesome indie rock tunes, much to the delight of their fans, and now they are
headed to stages all over the US and Canada to put on some mind-blowing shows!
This October, The Kills have numerous
shows lined up throughout North America, and rock fans everywhere are already itching with anticipation. The Kills will be
performing at top-tier venues in cities like Philadelphia, New York, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Inglewood,
and if they are stopping at a venue near you, you definitely don't want to miss out on seeing them rock out live on stage!
The Kills have earned their reputation for being a phenomenal live band, which is why you should jump at this opportunity
to see them in concert and grab your tickets on StubHub today! And if The Kills don't have a show scheduled in your area on
this fall tour, don't worry—simply sign up for event alerts from StubHub so that you will be notified when The Kills
schedules a show in your neck of the woods. Don't miss out on any awesome concert experiences this year and make your way
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The Kills Background
Both Mosshart and Hince had previous experience in bands before
they united to form a powerhouse duo. Mosshart was in the punk rock outfit, Discount, and Hince played in numerous British
rock bands, like Scarfo, Fiji, and Blyth Power. The two first met in London, and Mosshart was instantly intrigued by Hince's
rock skills when she heard him playing at a flat upstairs. When they eventually met up, the two artists instantly recognized
their creative potential as a team, so they started writing songs together while keeping up with each of their prospective
bands. When Mosshart moved back to Florida, the duo didn't stop collaborating creatively, but the distance made this hard.
Shipping demos and tapes back and forth hindered their creative process, so Mosshart saved up money and moved to London.
duo decided on the name The Kills, and also started writing minimalist songs with nothing but their voices, their instruments,
and a drum machine. They started releasing their own music, which had an enthralling lo-fi sound, and immediately fans and
critics started comparing them to The White Stripes. The duo continued to release albums, and although the White Stripes comparisons
also continued, The Kills amassed countless fans all over the world for their non-conformist attitude and edgy performing
style. Music lovers gravitated toward The Kills because of their fresh sound and catchy tunes, and their songs have become
so popular that they have even been featured on numerous shows and movies, such as The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle,
Contraband, True Blood, and Person of Interest. So whether you first heard The Kills on the radio or on the television, you
definitely shouldn't miss out on seeing them perform live in concert this fall! Grab your tickets to one of their upcoming
shows from StubHub!
The Kills have released four studio albums, three EPs, and 16 singles
throughout their career. Their albums have charted in over eight countries around the world, and they have released countless
hit indie rock singles. Some of their most popular tunes include "Fried My Little Brains", "Pull a U", "The Good Ones", "Love
is a Deserter", "No Wow", "Tape Song", "Black Balloon", and "Future Starts Slow".
You can see The Kills perform the
best songs in their repertoire at one of their upcoming shows. Don't miss out and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
The Kills went on tour with the Raconteurs in the late 2000s, which was ironic because their sound was
consistently compared to that of The White Stripes. Jack White of the White Stripes also founded the Raconteurs, and the duo
formed a close friendship with White.
There is a reason why The Kills consistently sell
out venues – they never fail to put on an awesome show. Fans return to their concerts time and time again, and now you
have the chance to attending one of their shows thanks to StubHub. To secure your tickets to one of The Kills' upcoming shows,
simply grab your tickets on StubHub today!