Hamilton Leithauser Tickets
Hamilton Leithauser Goes It Alone
The Walkmen were one of the great indie rock bands of the early 21st century and hailed as a significant influence on the current generation emerging from the genre. Charismatic front man Hamilton Leithauser has now gone solo and continues to tout his unique sensibilities, beautiful voice and total artistic control.
Hamilton Leithauser has a significant solo tour coming up. He will play a highly anticipated show at London's Slaughtered Lamb before returning to the United States and Canada for shows at New York's famous Bowery Ballroom, Club Cafe in Pittsburgh, Lincoln Hall in Chicago, Turf Club in St Paul, The Drake Hotel in Toronto, La Sala Rossa in Montreal, U Street Music Hall in Washington D.C. and Johnny Brenda's in Philadelphia. As the former lead singer of a major American rock band, tickets to see Hamilton Leithauser solo are certain to be popular.
Hamilton Leithauser's first band, The Recoys, were hidden gems sure to impress any music connoisseur. The band formed in 1996 in Boston and never released a full-length album, but members went on to form The French Kicks and The Walkmen. Compiled music from The Recoys later released as a self-titled posthumous LP. Leithauser formed The Walkmen in 2000 from Recoys castoffs, childhood friends from around D.C. and members of the acclaimed but unsuccessful band Jonathan Fire*Eater.
Hamilton Leithauser has embarked on his solo career with verve and style. Indie music press such as Pitchfork and Spin kept close tabs on Leithauser's progress. As his material for the project came together, Leithauser would release music videos through Vevo, showing fans he retained the mystical voice, surreal lyrics, and dreamy harmonies that had helped make The Walkmen so successful.
Leithauser has collaborated with a who's who of indie rock royalty for his new project, which features musicians from Vampire Weekend (Rostam Batmanglij), The Dirty Projectors (Amber Coffman), The Shins (Richard Swift) and Fleet Foxes (Morgen Henderson). He has also reunited with his old band mate Paul Maroon from The Walkmen.
Hamilton Leithauser's solo project and the recording sessions at LA's Vox Studios were followed in the media. He has not disappointed, garnering rave reviews for his debut solo album and embarking on a tour where tickets are selling out months in advance. The instant success isn't surprising; Leithauser was the singer for a band that broke up at the height of fame, having headlined major festivals including Lollapalooza and adding to the soundtrack of television shows such as "How I Met Your Mother."
Hamilton Leithauser's debut solo album arrived in the summer of 2014. The album garnered rave reviews, including a 7.4 from Pitchfork, an 8 of 10 from Uncut, and a B+ from the notoriously harsh critics at The A.V. Club. Leithauser's backing band for the album featured an all-star cast, including Michael Harris playing bowed bass, Morgan Henderson playing upright bass, clarinet and marimba, Paul Maroon playing piano, Amber Coffman and Anna Stumpf accompanying Leithauser on vocals and Rostam Batmanglij playing every conceivable instrument, including harmonica and tambourine.
Hamilton Leithauser tickets give the opportunity for audiences to see the solo performances that provide a new and intimate concert experience for fans of The Walkmen. He plays the entirety of his new album live, promising a transcendent experience for ticket holders. The venues are standing room only and the music is soaring and contemplative, providing a perfect showcase for one of today's most exciting musical projects.
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