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Coin TicketsCoin was formed in Nashville, Tenn., in 2012 by fellow Belmont University students, two of whom were classmates in music theory courses and sat beside one another. Deciding first to write and then record music together, Coin released its first four songs for free online at the pair's college. Playing around Nashville, Coin quickly grew in popularity as a live band and fast garnered enthusiastic local support. Coin frequently stylizes its name in all caps as COIN.
Coin, Dollar, BankCoin released its first Extended Play Saturdays in 2012 and its second 1992 in 2013. Coin had its breakout into commercial awareness with the 2015 release of its eponymous debut album with its single "Run." The 2016 follow-up How Will You Know If You Never Try expanded that popularity with its single "Talk Too Much" being Coin's first to hit the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. It reached No. 28 on the US Rock chart, No. 16 on the US Rock Airplay chart and No. 8 on the US Alternative chart and was certified Gold. Coin's other charting single "I Don't Wanna Dance" hit No. 43 on the US Alternative chart. In addition to its audio releases, Coin also produced six music videos.
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Who are the current members of Coin?Coin is Chase Lawrence on lead vocals and synthesizers, Joe Memmel on lead guitar and backing vocals and Ryan Winnen on drums. Joining the core band on tour is Matt Martin on bass.
What can I expect from Coin?Coin plays indie pop that includes elements of pop rock, new wave and alternative rock. It is best known for timely anthems with catchy lyrical and melodic hooks. Its players are reputed for meticulously precise musicianship. The band is also famous for its live performances, connecting fully with the crowds and ensuring they don't just enjoy good music but have a good time as well.
What songs might I hear in a Coin setlist?In addition to its two breakout hits "Run," "Talk Too Much" and "I Don't Wanna Dance," Coin is bound to play several others of its singles at a live show. These include "Atlas," "Time Machine," "It's Okay," "Malibu," "Feeling," "Simple Romance," "Cemetery," "I Want it All" and "Crash My Car." One song now included on every Coin setlist is "Growing Pains," originally released on February 8, 2018, following its second album.
Where can I see a Coin show?You can check out Coin live at sites throughout the US like Marymoor Park in Redmond, Wash., Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre in San Diego, Calif., The Mill & Mine in Knoxville, Tenn., The Orange Peel in Asheville, N.C., and Elevation at the Intersection in Grand Rapids, Mich. You can also see a Coin show in Canada at venues like The Open House in Toronto, Sleeman Centre in Guelph, Meridian Centre in St. Catharines and Tribute Communities Centre in Oshawa. The Coin tour is also heading overseas to play sites like MUV-Hall in Mapo-Gu, South Korea, and events like Summer Sonic in Higashi-Osaka, Japan.
Who are Coin's influences?When you hear Coin perform, you may pick up on some of the band's major musical influences, such as Peter Bjorn and John, The Cars, The Cure, LCD Soundsystem, The Strokes and Broncho.
What other artists are similar to Coin?If you're a fan of The Mowglis, Finish Ticket, Atlas Genius, Coast Modern, Night Riots, Young Rising Sons, Colony House, The Colourist, Saint Motel and Magic Man, you'll likely love a Coin concert.
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