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Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Yeah Yeah Yeahs are a New York City-based indie rock band. The band consists of lead singer Karen O, drummer Brian Chase, and guitarist Nick Zinner. In 2000 they formed a trio, and were later joined by second guitarist Imaad Wasif in 2006 for touring purposes. According to an interview that aired during the ABC network’s Live from Central Park SummerStage series, the band’s name was taken from modern New York City vernacular. The band has recorded three studio albums; the first, Fever to Tell, was released in 2003. The second, Show Your Bones, was released in 2006 and was named the second best album of the year by NME. Their third studio album, It’s Blitz!, was released on March 31, 2009 in the USA and on April 6, 2009 in the rest of the world.

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Regina Spektor

Spektor has appeared on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (once), Late Night with Conan O’Brien (three times), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (twice), Jimmy Kimmel Live (twice), Last Call with Carson Daly (five times), Late Show with David Letterman, CBS News Sunday Morning, Good Morning America, and Australia’s Rove Live. Since January 2005, Spektor has performed on a bright red Baldwin baby grand piano. She plays a seafoam Epiphone Wildkat archtop hollow-body electric guitar.

Buy tickets online for Regina Spektor and you will automatically receive a download of an album video montage, created by Regina Spektor and Director Adria Petty! This exclusive video is included with each ticket purchased online and is available ONLY through this offer. You can’t find it anywhere else!

For each one (1) ticket purchased you will receive one (1) code good for one (1) download of the video. Download code(s) will be emailed to you approximately 3-5 business days after your ticket purchase and are good for 30-days after the tour is completed. You will receive one download code for each ticket you purchased – so if you bought four tickets, you’ll get four downloads of the video.

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Sara Bareilles

A gifted singer and a versatile pianist with no formal training, Sara Bareilles burst onto the pop scene with a naturally skilled voice that ranged from powerful and soulful to sweet and gentle, earning her instant comparisons to Fiona Apple and Norah Jones. At age 18, she left the Redwood forests of her hometown, Eureka, CA, in pursuit of the big city lights of Los Angeles. Although she attended UCLA’s Communication Studies program, Bareilles spent the majority of her spare time studying her new environment and writing poetry and songs about the busy surroundings.

Sara Bareilles, Singer-Songwriter, Musical ArtistAfter graduating, she spent the next three years performing those songs at open-mic nights, slowly building her confidence as a musician before playing local venues and festivals. In 2003, she co-produced her first demo, Careful Confessions, and became enthralled with recording techniques. Eager to go back to the studio and create a second full-length album, she started shopping her CD around and signed a deal with Epic Records in April 2005. Producer Eric Rosse took her under his wing the following February and the two spent a little over a year perfecting the orchestration — nearly half of the songs had formerly appeared on Careful Confessions and a new batch of tracks was carefully constructed in order to make her first major-label release as strong as possible. The lyrical themes of the album, entitled Little Voice and released in July 2007, covered her past relationships, insecurities, and inner battles with trying to trust her instincts. The single “Love Song,” after being promoted by both iTunes and Rhapsody, made the album a hit; both single and album reached the Top Ten. – All Music Guide

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Good Charlotte

Good Charlotte, Punk Band, Ska, Music, Concert, In The Venue, Salt Lake City, UtahGet ready to see Good Charlotte when they bring their tour in support of their newest release, “Cardiology,” with guests Forever the Sickest Kids to In The Venue March 19, 2011.

Good Charlotte is a American Rock band from Waldorf, Maryland that formed on April 1, 1996. They took their name from the children’s book Good Charlotte: The Girls of Good Day Orphanage written by Carol Beach York.

Ticket Price: $23.50 Adv/$25 Day Of. All ages show. Concert begins at 6pm – 11pm.

  • In The Venue
    219 S 600 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1116 (801) 359-3219

Modest Mouse w/ The Night Marchers

Modest Mouse is an American indie rock band formed in 1993 in the Seattle suburb of Issaquah, Washington by singer/lyricist/guitarist Isaac Brock, drummer Jeremiah Green, and bassist Eric Judy. Since their 1996 debut album, This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About, their lineup has centered around Brock, Green and Judy. Guitarist Johnny Marr (formerly of The Smiths) joined the band in May 2006, along with percussionist Joe Plummer (formerly of the Black Heart Procession) and multi-instrumentalist Tom Peloso, to work on the album We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank. Guitarist Jim Fairchild joined the band in February of 2009.

The band has attained significant mainstream success since being signed to Sony’s Epic Records in 2001 and have been one of the leading bands in the commercialization of indie rock, beginning with The Moon & Antarctica and Good News for People Who Love Bad News, which have been certified gold and platinum by the RIAA respectively. They have gone on to sell over three million records since. Elements of Modest Mouse’s early sound have been likened to or inspired by that of Pixies and numerous other alternative rock and space rock bands. Their name is derived from a passage from the Virginia Woolf story “The Mark on the Wall” which reads, “I wish I could hit upon a pleasant track of thought, a track indirectly reflecting credit upon myself, for those are the pleasantest thoughts, and very frequent even in the minds of modest, mouse-coloured people, who believe genuinely that they dislike to hear their own praises.”

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