Emarosa - ever-changing alt-pop outfit
Renowned for their ever-changing line-up, Kentucky alt-pop outfit Emarosa have reached the Billboard 200 several times since forming in the mid-'00s. You can both buy and sell Emarosa tickets on StubHub.
One band, numerous different frontmen
The original Emarosa line-up of vocalist Chris Roetter, guitarist ER White, bassist Will Sowers, keyboardist Jordan Stewart and drummer Lukas Koszewski came together in the Kentucky city of Lexington in 2006 and recorded their first EP, "This Is Your Way Out", a year later. After replacing Roetter with Dance Gavin Dance frontman Jonny Craig, the band further developed their unique blend of post-hardcore, alt-pop and R&B on their 2008 debut album, "Relativity". Following the 2010 release of their eponymous sophomore, the group underwent yet more line-up changes, with Tides of Man's Tilian Pearson, a returning Craig and Squid the Whale's Bradley Scott Walden all taking frontman duties at various points. The latter entered the studio with the band for 2014's "Versus", which charted at No.61 on the Billboard 200, and then again for 2016's fourth LP, "131", four tracks from which were later reimagined for the "Revisited" EP. The group then announced they would be releasing their fifth studio effort, "Peach Club", through Hopeless Records in 2019. Catch the band in action by purchasing your Emarosa tickets on StubHub.
An immersive live experience
Emarosa are renowned for ensuring that each show, no matter how big or small the venue may be, is an immersive experience. Giving it his all, frontman Bradley Scott Walden can often be seen diving into the crowd, entering the middle of the moshpit to perform and interact with the band's adoring fans. The rest of the quartet also help to make Emarosa sound even more vital on stage than it is on record with their tight musicianship. Fans should look forward to a gig featuring several highlights from their numerous studio albums including the singles "Helpless", "Cloud 9", "But You Won't Love a Ghost", "The Past Should Stay Dead", "A Toast to the Future Kids" and "People Like Me, We Just Don't Play". And the group aren't averse to the odd surprise either, often throwing in a cover version such as "Decode" by Paramore or a new unheard song into their sets. If you haven't yet experienced one of Kentucky's finest rock acts in their element, then check out the range of Emarosa tickets on offer at StubHub.
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