Canadian rock band 54-40 has been one of the country's most beloved alt-rock outfits since the 1980s, which is why they have amassed such a large, devoted fan base over the course of their career. Rock fans of all ages still adore 54-40, the acclaimed band behind alternative rock hits like "One Day in Your Life" and "I Go Blind." Now, 54-40 is gearing up for their next live rock show, and they just might be taking the stage at a venue near you.
54-40 has an upcoming show scheduled at the Bears Den at Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, New York, and rock fans all over the US and Canada are already planning on traveling long distances to catch this band in action. You too could score your spot in the audience at an upcoming 54-40 show as long as you grab your tickets as soon as possible.
This alternative rock band formed in Vancouver in 1981, and they have remained one of the most beloved bands in the Canadian rock scene ever since. The current 54-40 lineup consists of Neil Osborne, Dave Genn, Brad Merritt and Matt Johnson. In the early 1980s, 54-40 rose to fame in the local Vancouver rock scene with independent releases like "Things Are Still Coming Ashore" and "Selection." After years of performing at venues throughout Canada, and gradually building a fan base, 54-40 scored their mainstream music breakout with the release of their third studio album, "Show Me." The album spawned popular rock radio hits like "One Gun" and "One Day in Your Life," and suddenly 54-40 was selling out concert venues all over Canada. The popularity of this album even made its way into the US rock realm, and 54-40 started touring regularly all over North America.
Over the course of their prolific career, 54-40 has released more than a dozens studio albums, three of which have been certified platinum in Canada: "Dear Dear" (1992), "Smilin' Buddha Cabaret" (1994) and "Trusted by Millions" (1996). Many of their rock singles have also achieved significant success in Canada, and some of the band's highest-charting rock releases include "Ocean Pearl," "Since When" and "Lies to Me." Whether you have been a fan of 54-40 since their early days in the 1980s or you have more recently discovered their impressive rock repertoire, you won't want to miss out on the chance to see this beloved rock band in concert when they perform at a venue in your neck of the woods. For decades, 54-40 has remained a popular force in Canadian rock, and there is no denying the fact that 54-40 can put on a great live rock show. Time and time again, this band takes the stage and proves that they're one of the best live bands in their genre. So be sure to catch 54-40 in concert this year by purchasing your tickets before they're all gone.
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The popular 54-40 single "I Go Blind" was covered by Hootie & the Blowfish in the 1990s, and the popular cover version of the song helped 54-40 garner a large fan base.
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