Savoy Brown Tickets
Boogie the night away with Britain's Savoy Brown
Britain's blues band Savoy Brown has been touring worldwide for decades and continues to bring their unique blend of boogie, blues, and rock to venues around the world. Discover why music critics and fans call them a rock-blues institution by heading over to StubHub, where you can buy and sell Savoy Brown tickets as soon as they become available.
The band that helped launch modern rock
Savoy Brown became part of the movement that created the style of rock and roll that we're all familiar with today. Lead and founding guitarist Kim Simmonds became known around the world for contributing to the reinvigoration of blues music that took root in the United States. The blues-rock institution rose to fame in the 1960s and would go on to tour nonstop during the following decades. Despite Simmonds's tendency to switch up the band members and bring in new musicians, the band continued to make a name for itself and redefine the musical style that allowed them to fill up venues and accrue fans. Some of their most famous albums that speak to their redefinition of the modern styles of rock, blues and boogie are Too Much of a Good Thing, Goin' to the Delta, Voodoo Moon and The Devil to Pay. Continuing to write and produce music, in 2017, the band released their most recent album, Witchy Feelin'. Savoy Brown tickets have sold out in most of their tours, so make sure you buy and sell yours as soon as they become available.
An in-depth look at the band's most successful songs
Among the hundreds of songs that the band and its revolving door of members have created over the decades, there are several that continue to stand out and earn Savoy Brown worldwide recognition. Although many overlook the band when comparing them with their various contemporaries, including Cream, Fleetwood Mac, and Ten Years After, Savoy Brown had several successful albums debut in the '60s and '70s. One of their most well-known songs is "Hellbound Train", which came out in 1972 and features an organ, bass and drum build-up, while Simmonds smashes a jaw-dropping guitar solo. "Hard Way to Go" (1972) has a different but no less impressive sound marked by a Latin-style blues groove and a short guitar solo. Finally, "I'm Tired" (1969) hit the no. 74 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and features influences from Jimi Hendrix and The Yardbirds. It weaves in soulful vocals and smooth brass sounds while once again featuring Simmonds's talent with the guitar. Don't miss the opportunity to hear these songs and many others in an upcoming tour by buying and selling Savoy Brown tickets on StubHub today.
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