Theory of a Deadman 2014 Tour Schedule
Canada's superstar band, Theory of a Deadman, was the first band to sign
with 604 Records Imprint, a record label founded by Chad Kroeger of Nickelback. With the support of 604 Records and Kroeger,
Theory of a Deadman has become one of the most popular musical acts in Canada, and their pop rock and post-grunge sound has
launched them into the mainstream music spotlight, with fans all over the world obsessing over their unique and infectious
sound. With their emotional hard rock songs, Theory of a Deadman has earned comparisons to bands like Nickelback, Hinder,
Finger Eleven, and 3 Doors Down.
In the upcoming months, Theory of a Deadman has several highly anticipated shows lined
up in the U.S. Not only are they performing at venues in cities like Norfolk and Auburn, but this acclaimed group is also
gearing up to perform in numerous music festivals, such as Pain in the Grass in Auburn, Aftershock in Sacramento, andLouder
Than Life in Louisville. No matter where you want to see Theory of a Deadman, you can expect an incredible and unforgettable
performance. Make sure that you take advantage of this opportunity to see one of Canada's favorite rock bands perform live
and grab your tickets on StubHub today! While you are there, sign up for event alerts so that you are notified when Theory
of a Deadman tickets to a show near you become available!
Theory of a Deadman Background
Theory of a Deadman
was founded in Delta, British Columbia, and is comprised of Tyler Connolly, Dave Brenner, Dean Back, and Joey Dandeneau. Connolly
reportedly slipped the band's demo to Chad Kroeger after a Nickelback show, and because the band made such an impression on
Kroeger, he decided to collaborate with the group and sign them to his newly launched record label, 604 Records. The band
released their debut album under 604 Records in 2002, and it received praise from rock lovers around the globe. After touring
heavily, the band started to get into a groove and find their own distinct sound, which was reflected in their sophomore effort,
For years following, Theory of a Deadman toured extensively and worked on countless new tracks. They started
to develop a devoted international following, and gained even more recognition when they recorded the theme song for the WWE's
pay-per-view 2006 show. The group released their third album in 2008, titled Scars & Souvenirs, from which they released
eight hit singles. With major singles like "Got it Made" and "So Happy", Theory of a Deadman had found a firm foothold in
both the US and Canadian music scenes. Scars and Souvenirs was soon certified gold in the US, with over half a million sales
in the US alone.
There's no doubt that Theory of a Deadman has become one of the biggest bands in North America throughout
recent years, and they have accumulated a massive fan base due to their extensive touring and hit albums and singles. With
a Juno Award and a Western Canadian Music Award under their belts, this acclaimed rock group is well on their way to becoming
an iconic Canadian band. Don't miss out on this opportunity to see Theory of a Deadman perform live at an upcoming show and
grab your tickets on StubHub today!
Over the last decade, Theory of a Deadman has steadily
built a phenomenal name for themselves in music. With four studio albums and 26 singles, this Canadian rock group truly knows
how to crank out phenomenal tunes. Three of their four albums have been certified platinum in Canada and one has been certified
platinum in the US as well—Scars and Souvenirs. Some of the band's most successful singles include "Nothing Could Come
Between Us", "No Surprise", "All or Nothing", and "Lowlife". With such a fantastic repertoire of hit tracks, it should come
as no surprise that Theory of a Deadman consistently sells out venues across North America. Make sure that you have your ticket
before they all sell out by heading to StubHub right away!
Theory of a Deadman's song "Invisible"
was featured on the soundtrack for Spiderman, which earned the band a great deal of attention and recognition in mainstream
A great rock show can stay in your memory for your entire life, which is exactly
what will happen if you attend a Theory of a Deadman show. Known for their lively performances and emotional hard rock songs,
this Canadian band can definitely get the crowd riled up and excited. Once Theory of a Deadman steps out on stage, you won't
be able to stay seated, as the energy throughout the venue will be contagious and magnetic. So don't miss out on seeing this
talented rock group perform live and grab your tickets on StubHub before they all sell out!