This all-female punk rock band has been around since the 1990s, and they're one of the most influential groups in the riot grrrl movement. Since rising to prominence as a part of the Pacific Northwest's indie rock scene, Sleater-Kinney has rocked out at venues all over the world. Known for infusing their songs with their left-leaning political and social views, Sleater-Kinney has definitely made their mark on the indie rock scene. Now, you just might have the chance to see Sleater-Kinney live in concert.
Sleater-Kinney has a show lined up at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco this year, and riot grrrl lovers are eagerly awaiting the chance to see Sleater-Kinney in action. You too could join in on the fun by purchasing your Sleater-Kinney tickets as soon as possible.
Sleater-Kinney is a punk rock band composed of Corin Tucker, Janet Weiss and Carrie Brownstein. The band's roots trace back to 1994, when the band first formed in the riot grrrl scene in the Pacific Northwest. In 1995, Sleater-Kinney released their eponymous debut album, which met with glowing reviews from critics and fans alike. Throughout the late 1990s, Sleater-Kinney took the punk rock world by storm, and they even achieved some mainstream success with albums like "One Beat" (2002) and "The Woods" (2005). Over the course of their career, Sleater-Kinney has performed at a number of major music venues and festivals, including Lollapalooza and All Tomorrow's Parties festival. The band has earned a reputation for their strong feminist lyrics and their music's left-leaning themes, which is one of the many reasons why they have become such a driving force in punk rock.
To date, Sleater-Kinney has released eight studio albums, many of which have achieved success on the mainstream music charts. Their highest-charting album is their latest release, "No Cities to Love" (2015), which peaked at number 18 in the US and at number two on the US Independent Albums chart. While their music has fared well commercially, Sleater-Kinney has achieved much more success in the independent music scene than in the mainstream world. To this day, fans and critics alike adore Sleater-Kinney punk rock classics like "One More Hour," "Modern Girl" and "You're No Rock 'n' Roll Fun." Whether you first became a fan of Sleater-Kinney during the late 1990s or you have more recently discovered their knockout punk rock music, you shouldn't miss out on the chance to see this riot grrrl band live in concert this year. Since reuniting a few years back, Sleater-Kinney has been actively touring and performing throughout the US, and punk rock fans are thrilled. So when Sleater-Kinney makes their way to a concert venue near you in the upcoming months, make sure that you are in the audience to hear some of your favorite punk rock classics in concert. Act fast and lock down your Sleater-Kinney tickets before it's too late.
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Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein is behind the popular television show "Portlandia," which has aired every year since its debut in 2011.
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