The Avett Brothers Tickets
The rock band The Avett Brothers first formed in Concord, North Carolina and included two brothers, Scott Avett and Seth Avett, for who the band was named for as well as musicians Bob Crawford, Joe Kwon and Jacob Edwards. The group is known mostly for their highly unique sound which combines everything from country, punk and pop to folk, honky tonk, blue grass and ragtime. The result is a sound unlike any other in music today and one that has helped the group in their rise to fame.
After they released their first full-length album titled Country Was in 2002, both rock and country music fans began taking a liking to the unique Avett Brothers sound. Once most saw their high energy live performances it was clear that this band was one of the most entertaining acts in music today. As their records began getting the attention of music fans around the country, the band also started making appearances on television shows only expanding their appeal. The group’s songs have been featured on Friday Night Lights, Men at Work Parenthood, and American Idol. They have also been given the honor of performing at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards.
In addition to these television performances and appearances, the band continued to record hit records and released wildly successful albums such as A Carolina Jubilee, Mignonette, Four Thieves Gone: The Robbinsville Sessions, Emotionalism, I and Love and You and their latest album The Carpenter. However, even with all of their albums finding major success for fans of the unique rock group it is the bands’ live performances that have fans most excited. They are often characterized for the high energy they bring to their performances and have been compared to the Ramones in terms of high energy stage presence.
During these now famous live performances, fans of the band can expect to not only see a great deal of energy but the bands unique use of musical instruments. By combining traditional rock instruments such as the guitar and the drums with instruments like the banjo, cello and stand up base, fans can expect to hear an entirely unique live rock sound unlike any other band. Fans of the group can witness this sound live in 2012 when the group hits the road for a North American tour that will take them to venues across the continent.