Wallflowers – 2014 Concert Schedule
During the 1990s, it seemed that you couldn't go anywhere without hearing
some of the Wallflowers' catchy hits. Whether it was the radio or your friend's CD player, their tunes were always blaring
from somewhere. Well if you're nostalgic for some of the best music from the 90s and early 2000s, then you're in luck, because
the Wallflowers are slated to hit the road again for several live performances. With two Grammy awards and a number of successful
studio albums, any music lover would be delighted to catch a live concert by the Wallflowers. You and the audience will be
able to relive the magic of songs like "One Headlight" and "6th Avenue Heartache" all over again. If you're ready to re-experience
some of the best alternative rock music of the 1990s and early 2000s, then head over to StubHub today to get your tickets
to see the Wallflowers live in concert.
The Wallflowers got their start in the music
business during the late 80s, and they began playing at local Los Angeles venues and clubs. By 1992, they were ready to release
their self-titled debut album, which included songs like "For the Life of Me" and "Another One in the Dark." After establishing
themselves on the scene, the Wallflowers headed back to the studio to begin recording their next album. In 1996, the band
released "Bringing Down the Horse," which was met with huge success. "Bringing Down the Horse" produced famous hits like "6th
Avenue Heartache," "One Headlight," "Three Marlenas," and "The Difference." Because of this album, the Wallflowers became
one of the biggest musical acts of the time, dominating the airwaves and MTV with their music. In fact, at the Grammy Awards,
the Wallflowers ended up winning a Grammy for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for their song, "One Headlight,"
and lead singer and songwriter Jakob Dylan won in the Best Rock Song category.
Several years later, the Wallflowers
released their next album, "(Breach)," which received positive reviews in the press and reached the number 13 position on
the Billboard 200. Trailing on the success of their last album, "(Breach)" was also a success and was eventually certified
gold. Throughout the years to come, the Wallflowers continued to release several more successful albums, including "Red Letter
Days" in 2002, "Rebel, Sweetheart" in 2005, and even a greatest hits album, which included two previously unreleased tracks.
it comes to alternative rock music, it's no surprise that the Wallflowers absolutely dominated the scene during their prime.
After years of churning out great hits and albums, it appears the Wallflowers are better than ever, and you will definitely
want to check out a show when they perform at a venue near you.
Wallflowers' Breakthrough Album
releasing their debut album in the early 90s, the Wallflowers started to gain a following in the alternative rock scene. However,
it was their 1996 album, "Bringing Down the Horse," that really catapulted this band to fame. With its unforgettable hits
like "One Headlight," "The Difference," "Three Marlenas," and "6th Avenue Heartache," fans couldn't get enough of the Wallflowers'
catchy tunes, and the album went several times platinum. It was eventually listed as one of the top albums of the 90s by Billboard
magazine. The album also spawned a popular music video for the song "One Headlight," which was the number 5 video on MTV and
the number 1 video on VH1 during 1997. The massive success of "Bringing Down the Horse" helped pave the way for the Wallflowers'
future success, and the band still continues to tour, bringing their amazing music to fans all over.
Which popular rock star performed with the Wallflowers at the MTV Video Music Awards?
When the Wallflowers
were playing "One Headlight" live at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards, they were joined onstage by Bruce Springsteen for an
If you never had a chance to see the Wallflowers live in concert
during the height of their popularity, this is your opportunity to experience the magic of their live performances for the
first time. For any fan of rock music, there's nothing better than enjoying a concert with some of your best friends, and
the Wallflowers' live shows don't disappoint. The Wallflowers are scheduled to perform several live shows this year, and you
don't want to miss out on great songs like "Three Marlenas" and "The Difference." With front man Jakob Dylan at the helm,
you can expect to hear all of your favorite Wallflowers songs with the rest of the audience. The Wallflowers are known to
put on stellar shows, and they really know how to keep the crowd moving and excited for more. When the Wallflowers visit a
venue near your city, be sure to check out a show.