Y and T – 2014 Concert Schedule
American rock band Y&T have sold over millions of records worldwide,
and they created the popular hit, "Summertime Girls," which you no doubt heard during the 80s. The band's music is still played
on rock stations around the world. Now you and plenty of other rock fans get to hear Y and T's catchy tunes live in person
as they embark on another tour. Although they disbanded for a few years in the 90s, they are back and better than ever. If
you didn't have an opportunity to see them during the height of their popularity, this is your second chance to catch them
as they start their next concert tour. If you're ready to rock, then grab your best concert buddies, head over to StubHub,
and get your tickets to see Y and T. But don't wait too long – these Y and T concert tickets are sure to get snatched
up by other fans quickly, and you don't want to miss out on the show!
About Y and T
Y and T got their
start in music with their 1976 self-titled debut album, which included tracks like "Animal Woman," "25 Hours a Day," "Game
Playing Woman," and "Come on Over." Their follow-up album, "Struck Down," was released in 1978. Y and T returned to the studio
and released their third studio album, "Earthshaker," in 1981, followed by 1982's "Black Tiger" and 1983's "Mean Streak."
Although not very commercially successful, these albums are widely considered by fans to be the band's best work. Y and T's
career as a band took a turning point with their 1984 album, "In Rock We Trust," which peaked at the number 46 position on
the Billboard 200, and spawned the hit single, "Don't Stop Runnin'," which enjoyed frequent airplay at the time. The album
sold hundreds of thousands of copies, and launched the band to fame.
In 1985, Y and T had another hit with the song,
"Summertime Girls," which came from their album "Down for the Count." "Summertime Girls" charted at number 55 on the Billboard
Hot 100 and number 17 on the US mainstream rock charts. The song remained a fixture on radio stations worldwide, and was frequently
featured in films and television. By 1990, Y and T had released their album, "Ten," which spawned some fan favorite ballads
like "Ten Lovers," "Come in from the Rain," and "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark."
After disbanding in 1991, they reunited
in 1995 and have continued to record and tour ever since. This popular rock band is now getting ready to kick off another
concert tour, and you'll definitely want to check out a show when they come to your town. Be sure to visit StubHub to get
your tickets to see Y and T in concert.
Y and T's Breakthrough Album
Y and T had released several albums
before they made it big with "In Rock We Trust," which became their breakout album. "In Rock We Trust" went on to sell hundreds
of thousands of copies, and paved the way for their future success. With 1985's hit single "Summertime Girls," Y and T cemented
their place in rock and roll history. The song has remained in frequent airplay on classic rock stations, and it fared well
on the charts as well. After a brief hiatus, Y and T have continued recording, and now they are getting ready to go back on
tour. You don't want to miss their show during this concert season.
Y and T Trivia
What was Y and T's
original band name?
Y and T were originally called Yesterday & Today. After they signed a new record deal in 1980
with A&M Records, they were forced to shorten their name. The name change paid off, because soon fans were chanting "Y&T!"
at shows, which officially marked their new start.
Are you ready to rock? Well you're in
luck, because rock band Y and T are starting another concert tour and they are visiting a venue near you. With songs like
"Summertime Girls," "Ten Lovers," "Come in from the Rain," and "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," you and the rest of the audience
will be able to experience all of Y and T's rocking hits. As their music fills the venue, the sounds of 1985 will come to
life again through the music of Y and T. A trip to see one of your favorite rock bands from your youth is always a good time.
Even if you recently discovered their music, all generations of fans are sure to have a blast at the next Y and T concert.
If you're ready to have an awesome time at the next Y and T show, then head over to StubHub for your tickets before they're
all sold out!