Walk Off The Earth Schedule
The unconventional, prolifically talented group that is Walk Off The Earth is currently
making huge waves on the music scene. Hailing from Burlington, Ontario, their extraordinary five-people-playing-one-guitar
rendition of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" recently detonated on YouTube cultivating more than 35 million views in
less than two weeks!
Now that they captivated the world's attention, there's just no stopping this band. For the past
five years, the band has grown a tremendous and loyal fan base from all parts of the planet through their authentic and heartwarming
style of songwriting and consistent, candid interaction with everyone their music influences.
Walk Off The Earth gives
fans plenty of opportunities to catch one of their shows this year as they are headed out on the road to events like the Boston
Calling Music Festival, the Wakarusa Music Festival and the Firefly Music Festival. But don't forget that you can easily sign
up for event updates through StubHub if you can't make it out to any of these events. Check out StubHub today!
Off The Earth Background
Walk Off the Earth is a Canadian rock band that was established in 2006. This Burlington,
Ontario-based group initially got the conversation started for their covers of popular songs by bands like The Gregory Brothers.
These covers were accompanied by videos made by the band as well. Before 2012, Walk Off The Earth had made its music viral
completely on their own, without the help of the usual music industry staples. In 2012 the group signed with Columbia Record
off the heels of an explosion in the band's popularity due a YouTube video covering Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know."
The video has notched over 125 million hits in just four months.
The band has also offered their own interpretations
of "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO; "Someone Like You" by Adele; "Payphone" by Maroon 5, "Roll Up" by Wiz Khalifa and more!
Walk Off The Earth Albums
Walk Off The Earth's discography includes: Smooth Like Stone on a Beach (2007); My
Rock (2010); Vol. 1 (2012); Vol. 2 (2012); R.E.V.O. EP (2012); Somebody That I Used To Know (2012); R.E.V.O. LP (2013); iTunes
To listen to songs off these albums and more at one of their concerts, all you need to get there is
tickets from StubHub. StubHub has you covered when it comes to getting tickets for not only concerts but for theater productions,
comedy shows and sporting events. So why wait? Check out all that StubHub has to offer in the way of entertainment today!
Walk Off The Earth Trivia
Walk Off The Earth's popularity has skyrocketed since the release of their version
of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know." Their popularity has also led them to several other amazing opportunities. The
Ellen DeGeneres show where they were featured on the January 23, 2012, episode, playing live and again, on one guitar. Another
one of their cover songs, "I Knew You Were Trouble," by Taylor Swift, has also recently gone viral. It features four of the
five members along with KRNFX, guest beatboxer, using only vocals. The band also made a guest appearance on CTV's The Listener.
They played two songs and hung out with the main characters in the bar.
Walk Off The Earth Concert Experience
something simply remarkable about taking in a live show that keeps people coming back for more whenever one of their favorite
artists comes to town. When you see a fantastic musical act like Walk Off The Earth hit the stage in the same building that
you're in, there's a instant connection that occurs that you can't replicate anywhere else. Get out to see one of these extraordinary
shows live and in person so you can experience music the way it's supposed to be experienced. Nothing compares to seeing it
done live, so make sure to check out Walk Off The Earth's current tour and prepare for a memorable time.
been coming together to enjoy live music for an infinite number of years. If you think about it, live music is the true foundation
of music itself, and really the art's purest form. It can be an epic experience to see an artist in a huge amphitheater with
thousands upon thousands of screaming fans surrounding you, or it can be an intimate experience in a smaller venue in which
you can really connect with everyone around you. Either way, seeing a concert live and in person always amounts to more than
just listening to music. When you head out to see a creative artist hit the stage at a venue near you, you're sure to embrace
the entire experience of seeing a musical act that you know and love while surrounded by fellow adoring fans that have at
least that one thing in common. And often times, when it comes to music, that one thing is enough to connect people.