Purchasing Drive By Truckers Tickets with Vivid Seats
Choose Vivid Seats for great deals in discount Drive By Truckers tickets because Vivid Seats lets you choose your seats. Vivid Seats boasts a large stock of discount concert tickets for premium front to back row seating. All you have to do to buy your tickets is browse the Drive By Truckers concert schedule and click on one of the Drive By Truckers tour dates above. If you do not see the date for the show you want, check back often. Our inventory is always updating. Your payment information is guaranteed to be kept safe in our server. Your Drive By Truckers concert tickets are also guaranteed to be authentic, accurate, and delivered to via a secure carrier. If the show is canceled for any reason at all you will receive a full refund. If you cannot make the show, don't worry, you can always try to sell your Drive By Truckers tickets back through our site. As a leading ticket broker, Vivid Seats aims to offer the best selection at the best price and combine that with excellent customer service. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to give us a call at: 866-848-TIXX.
Drive By Truckers Band Information
Drive by Truckers is a rock band based in Georgia. The members of the group include Patterson Hood, Shonna Tucker, Mike Cooley, Brad Morgan and John Neff. They play three guitars, drums and bass which lend a different style to their music. The band is famous for its lyrics which focus on the fight for survivals of the underdogs in the society.
The founder members of the band are Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley and it came into existence in 1996. The first two albums of the band were “Pizza Deliverance” and Gang Stability”. After the success of their second album, the band started a nation-wide tour which resulted in the release of their next album titled "Alabama Ass-Whuppin". The tours and their own interesting website catapulted them to a good position. They quickly gathered a huge fan base across the country.
In 2001 the group released their next album titled "Southern Rock Opera". It was not only critically acclaimed but also well liked by the masses. At this point of time the guitarist of the band Rob Malone quit and he was replaced by Jason Isbell. In 2003 the band released their next album which was a follow up of the "Southern Rock Opera". This album was titled "Decoration Day". This album too was highly appreciated. The album focused on a plethora of themes like revenge, murder, marriage, and incest. At around this time Earl Hicks who was the bassist of the team quit to be replaced by Shonna tucker.
The band released "The Dirty South" in 2004. The band again started touring extensively resulting in the production of their seventh album "LP, A blessing and a curse" in 2006. In this album the band attempted to break away from the "Southern rock" genre of music that they have been producing. This album sounded more like British rock that was much in vogue in the 1970s. In 2007 Jason Isbell left the band and he was replaced by John Neff. Spooner Oldham too joined the band.
The band announced in 2007 that the follow up to the album "A blessing and a curse" titled "Brighter than creation's Dark" would be released in 2008.