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Cowboy Junkies TicketsFormed in 1985 in Toronto, Canada, the Cowboy Junkies, often stylized as the Junkies, originally consisted of five members. The original members included Michael Timmins, the band's songwriter and guitar player, drummer Peter Timmins, vocalist Margo Timmins, John Timmins and bassist Alan Anton. While Michael, Peter, John and Margo are siblings, Anton worked with Michael in previous bands. To date, the band has released 16 studio albums and five live ones, with most of the band's albums focusing on a theme. In 2015, the Cowboy Junkies were inducted into the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame, and the band currently continues to tour and perform in venues around the world.
The Cowboy Junkies Come Out of the GarageJohn Timmins left the Cowboy Junkies prior to the release of the band's 1986 debut album, Whites Off Earth Now!!. The band recorded the album in the Timmins' family garage using an ambisonic microphone. The album also featured music inspired by the blues. While Whites Off Earth Now!! did not make much of an impact in the United States, the sophomore album, The Trinity Session, recorded in 1987, brought the Junkies worldwide attention. This second album featured a mix of musical genres ranging from blues, folk, country, rock and jazz. In 1988, the Los Angeles Times named it one of the best albums of that year. Additionally, the album was included in the book, 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. The Junkies cited its third album, The Caution Horses, as the band's favorite, despite recording it three times to achieve the desired sound. The fourth album, Black Eyed Man, played around with tempo shifts and Margo's signature melodic and quiet signing voice. The band closed out the '90s with Miles from Our Home, an alternative country album. By the 2000s, the Junkies continued to experiment with its sound while touring. The band toured to support its live album, Waltz Across America. During this tour, the band changed how it recorded new material. This time around, the Cowboy Junkies added new tracks to its live performances. The band then took the tracks and rerecorded them for the 2001 Open. To this day, the Junkies prefer touring as the members feel it showcases the band's personality.
Where can I buy Cowboy Junkies tickets?StubHub remains a good choice to catch a one-of-a-kind performance from the Cowboy Junkies. You can buy tickets at StubHub's website or via the mobile app and rest assured that every purchase is backed by the FanProtect guarantee.
What should I expect from a Cowboy Junkies concert?You should expect to hear the band mix musical genres like rock, country, folk and jazz. The Junkies experiment when playing live, with long jam sessions becoming part of the experience. Expect the venue's acoustics to determine the band's setlist.
Are the Cowboy Junkies playing in a city near me?In 2019, the band is playing two events in Massachusetts. On Oct. 10, the tour heads to the Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, Mass. On Oct. 12, the tour continues to the Cabot Theatre in Beverly, Mass.
Do the Cowboy Junkies play cover songs?The Junkies play original music and cover songs when touring. Fans and critics often cite the band's cover of The Velvet Underground and the late Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane" as the breakout hit. Spin magazine named it one of the top 50 cover songs of all time. The band has also covered Bob Dylan's "If You Gotto Go, Go Now."
Have the Cowboy Junkies added new musicians to its tours?The band's primary lineup has stayed the same since the release of its first album. However, the Junkies work with session musician and instrumentalist Jeff Bird. He often plays with the band on tours.
Which Cowboy Junkies album does not focus on a theme?Based on a set on paintings from a friend, The Nomad Series, consists of four albums released over the span of three years, from 2010 to 2012. The band toured to support this set of recordings.
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