Fitz and The Tantrums Tickets Information
During the early 2009, the ensemble performed at a number of Los Angeles clubs such as Spaceland and Viper Room. The members came up with their first EP Songs for a Breakup, Vol. 1
in 2009. The songs became quite popular and were played a lot on the public radio station in Los Angeles. The group toured with Flogging Molly and Hepcat. By the end of 2009, Fitz and The Tantrums were the opening act for eight concerts on Maroon 5’s “Back to School Tour”. They ended the year with a bang after coming up with the music video for their debut single, "Breakin' The Chains of Love".
In 2010, the band came up with their debut album Pickin' Up the Pieces
, for which they earned critical acclaim. It also peaked at number one on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Rolling Stone Magazine called Fitz and The Tantrums a "band to watch" in its 2011 edition. The members of the group are Noelle Scaggs, James King, Michael Fitzpatrick, Jeremy Ruzumna, John Wicks and Joseph Karnes. The musical style adopted by the group can be described as "soul-influenced indie pop."
The group was invited by Daryl Hall in 2010 to perform on his well-known web-series Live from Daryl's House
. The members also performed the musical numbers such as "Don't Gotta Work It Out" and "MoneyGrabber” on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2011. They played their song "MoneyGrabber" on Conan of TBS and on NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
In 2011, the ensemble announced an international tour and also across the U.S. In 2012, Fitz and The Tantrums also performed the track “Don't Gotta Work It Out” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The song by the band called "News 4 U" was selected for the promo of the seventh season of Desperate Housewives. Their song "Spark" is featured on the FIFA 13 soundtrack album. The blistering performances that the band has given have placed them among the best entertainers.
Fitz and The Tantrums have always been appreciated by the critics. Los Angeles Times
music critic wrote, “Fitz and the Tantrums is the kind of band that communicates best in concert, but their albums serve as a fine proxy and party-starter”. Vogue Daily also named Fitz and The Tantrums the "Hardest-Working Band" of the 2011 summer festival circuit.” The band sure knows how to interact with the crowd during live concerts and get them moving on their numbers. The group is full of incredible energy and is truly fantastic. The band is an entertainment for all age groups.
So, buy your Fitz and The Tantrums tickets
now and have a great time with them in their live show. Those who have attended their concerts before have been all praise stating that the band puts up a show that’s worth every penny that they spent. Come witness it on your own and experience a high energy concert by a band that is going to rock the evening. Get ready to dance till you drop and have a blast at the show.