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Incubus TicketsBefore Incubus released the radio-friendly rock songs "Drive" and "Pardon Me" that catapulted the band to stardom, they had already released two albums, S.C.I.E.N.C.E. and Fungus Among Us, that had featured funkier and edgier songs. Despite their slow start, the band has since achieved multi-platinum sales and was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award in the category of Best Group Video for the song "Drive." Their fame was buoyed by the popularity of music videos, shows such as MTV's Total Request Live and the live music festivals of the early 2000s including Ozzfest and Family Values. Incubus continues to be a regular fixture on the rock festival scene.
From High School Jams to Headlining RockersWho could have imagined that three friends who attended the same Californian high school would form a rock band that would stand the test of time? Over two decades after Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, and Jose Pasillas banded together to make music, they're still at it. Along the way, they've had several No. 1 hits and won the Billboard Award for Alternative Single of the Year for "Drive." Although their first two albums failed to make a splash with 1999's Make Yourself, Incubus continued the momentum with their third release in 2001, Morning View, which boasted two charting singles. They jumped back to No. 1 with the 20003 single "Megalomaniac," which showed that the band could still produce an edgy sound while making social commentary. Incubus continues to evolve, and no two albums sound alike. The band's original fans may have been surprised at the sound that finally propelled Incubus into stardom while fans who had never heard a song from S.C.I.E.N.C.E may have been surprised to learn that the band's California roots had a much funkier and harder sound, similar to the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
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Will Incubus tour in 2019?Yes! The band is currently on an American tour that will continue to the end of the year with stops at Radio City Music Hall and House of Blues, among others. This tour has included appearances on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
How many No. 1 songs has Incubus had?The band has had several No. 1 songs on the U.S. charts: "Drive," "Megalomaniac," "Anna-Molly," and "Love Hurts." Furthermore, the album Light Grenades topped the American charts while A Crow Left of the Murder... was No. 1 in both Canada and New Zealand. The band has sold over 13 million records worldwide.
What is Incubus' setlist like?The band often performs hits such as "Anna-Molly," "Megalomaniac," and "Love Hurts" during concerts as well as playing music from their newest albums. Incubus occasionally covers songs from other artists. Artists covered range from Britney Spears to Chris Isaac to R. Kelly to Jackson 5 to The Temptations.
How long is an Incubus concert?Incubus often plays more than fifteen songs each concert with one or two of the band's most famous songs serving as an encore. However, some concerts may be shorter and without an encore. It depends on the timeslot as well as the venue.
Who are the members of Incubus?Incubus consists of three founding members, Brandon Boyd on vocals and percussion, Mike Einziger on guitar and keyboard and drummer José Pasillas II along with Chris Kilmore on turntables, keyboards, theremin and synth and bassist Ben Kenney. Previous members include Alex Katunich who played bass from 19991 to 2003 and Gavin Koppell who joined the band between 1995 and 1998 on keyboards and turntables.
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