Dropkick Murphys Tickets for Sale

The Dropkick Murphys' uncompromising spirit and matchless energy surge through Blackout, the Boston-based, Celtic punk outfit's triumphant new album. From the urgent and irresistible opener Walk Away which takes to task a father who abandons his family to the superb, bagpipe doused blue collar homage Worker's Song, the Dropkick Murphys continues to build off of the musical blueprint it began with back in 1996.

Perhaps the hard charging, chant along Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight best represents just how far the Dropkick Murphys have come. When approached a year ago by Woody Guthrie's daughter Nora with the prospect of putting some of her legendary father's unpublished lyrics to music, the net result was the fiery punk firecracker that became the title track to DKM's fourth studio set.
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Rooted in the sounds of The Clash, The Pogues, AC/DC and Stiff Little Fingers, the Murphys started with humble but enthusiastic means, self releasing early recordings and touring to support them. Just two years later, the band's hard work aligned them with Hellcat Records, Tim Armstrong's new imprint for Brett Gurewitz's Epitaph label. The resulting Do or Die, produced by Armstrong's Rancid-mate Lars Fredriksen, lit the musical fuse that would soon explode inside the punk community. Chronicling DKM's innovative fusion of blistering rock & roll, melodic Irish folk, and a deep loyalty to the working class, Do or Die rendered sales of 150,000 largely due to word of mouth in the underground and forged a path in punk rock that turned a whole new generation of kids onto Celtic & traditional folk music although in this case with a much bigger kick in the ass!
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