Cheap Trick Tickets for Sale
Get ready to “Surrender” thy rocking soul to the blue collar gods of power pop, Cheap Trick. Fans with Cheap Trick tickets sing alone with Robin Zander as he belts out the lyrics to “I Want You to Want Me” and feel every riff from Rick Nielson’s guitar. In 2012, those concert tickets are a double whammy, with the aforementioned group playing supporting act to the headlining Aerosmith. Those same need not worry. These two groups have immense respect for each other and band members tend to wander on to each other’s set, making these truly unique tour experiences.
Cheap Trick is not supporting any new material. The group is just playing another amazing gig through the rest of 2012. The last album from the band was the Latest. The 16th album from the group earned warm reviews and chart positions fueled by nostalgia. Really, the band would do itself a favor and jump on the re-release bandwagon. Elements of Cheap Trick’s power pop sound are infused into every subgenre of rock, and those songs mentioned above can more than hold their own against modern releases.
Most bands tracks from power pop and glam rock bands from the 1970s and 1980s would stand out like a proverbial sore thumb in the 21st century. However, Cheap Trick’s brand of rock, with its strong melodies and its powerful but few and short guitar riffs are the very elements embraced by every hard rock, alternative rock, and indie rock group today. Thus, Cheap Trick seems a visionary.
The band did not suffer a lack of attention during its run of dominance in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In particular, Japanese rock fans and critics considered this band to be on the level of excellence and influence as the Beatles. American audiences took In Color, Heaven Tonight, and Dream Police platinum and All Shook Up and One on One gold. Neither has the Trick ever been out of style. The most influential singers and groups of the last 30 years rank Cheap Trick among the most important bands in their musical development. So, Cheap Trick concert tickets now are just as amazing as they were three decades ago.