They Might Be Giants Concert Schedule
They Might Be Giants is known for their quirky, offbeat, yet wildly infectious
indie rock tunes. Since emerging onto the underground post-punk scene in the '80s, They Might Be Giants (also known as TMBG)
has consistently been regarded as an incredibly unique and talented alternative rock duo. With Grammy Awards and platinum
albums to their name, there is no doubt that TMBG is a major force in the indie rock scene, and now you have the chance to
see them bring their biggest hits to life at one of their upcoming shows!
On January 25th, 2015, They Might Be Giants
will be stepping out on stage at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, and this show is already generating massive attention
amongst alternative rock hits. Whether you first discovered TMBG's infectious experimental rock hits in the '80s or have just
recently heard some of their biggest hits for the first time, this is one show that every music fan should attend when the
opportunity arises! They Might Be Giants has a reputation for bringing their fun and eclectic style to the stage, and if you
want to see an incredibly entertaining live show, you definitely don't want to miss seeing TMBG when they stop at a venue
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They Might Be Giants Background
They Might Be Giants was formed by John Flansburgh and John Linnell, two musicians
who had been childhood friends in Massachusetts. The duo started writing songs together when they were in high school, but
they had to put their collaborative project on hold while they both attended different colleges. Finally, the duo reunited
in 1981 when they both relocated to Brooklyn, and that led to the beginning of They Might Be Giants. Initially, Linnell and
Flansburgh performed under the stage name El Grupo De Rock and Roll, but eventually they discarded the name in favor of They
Might Be Giants, the name of a 1971 film. With their new name and a solid arsenal of original songs, They Might Be Giants
started to gig locally around New York, and soon they became one of the biggest names in the underground post-punk scene.
1986, They Might Be Giants released their debut eponymous album, which started to earn the band a broad national following.
While the album was enormously popular amongst college radio, it also spawned singles that achieved mainstream success, such
as "Ana Ng" and "Don't Let's Start". On the wake of this successful album, TMBG signed with Elektra Records, transitioning
into the '90s with great momentum on their side. Throughout the decade, TMBG continued to churn out popular indie rock hits,
like "Birdhouse in Your Soul", "Particle Man" and "The Statue Got Me High". While TMBG first formed as a duo, they have since
brought on a full band to create an unforgettable live concert experience. The current touring band's lineup consists of Dan
Miller, Danny Weinkauf, Marty Beller, and of course Flansburgh and Linnell. As a group, this band can put on phenomenal live
shows, and you definitely shouldn't miss seeing them in concert when they stop at a venue in your area! Grab your TMBG tickets
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They Might Be Giants has led an incredibly prolific
career, churning out 16 studio albums, 21 EPs, and 11 singles over the decades. Their major label debut album, Flood (1990),
was certified platinum by the RIAA, and remains their most successful album to date. Some of the group's most popular singles
include "Ana Ng", "Birdhouse in Your Soul", "Twisting", "The Statue Got Me High", "Snail Shell", "Boss of Me", "Doctor Worm",
and "I'm Impressed".
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rock outfit in concert!
They Might Be Giants are also billed as a children's music band, as they
created children's albums like Here Comes the ABCs, Here Comes the 123s, and Here Comes Science.
indie outfits have established long, successful careers like They Might Be Giants has. Their quirky pop songs have been massive
hits in the underground music scene over the years, and their work in music has even earned them Grammy Awards! This critically
acclaimed pop rock outfit knows how to churn out infectious tunes, but they also know how to put on a wildly entertaining
concert! Grab your They Might Be Giants tickets on StubHub today!