Jane’s Addiction tickets are selling like it’s the 1990s. Vocalist Perry Farrell and guitarist Dave Navarro pioneered the Alternative Music genre in the late 1980s and fathered the modern music festival with Lollapalooza in the 1990s. Releasing their first studio album in eight years, The Great Escape Artist in 2011, Jane’s Addiction is on tour with a boatload of new material.
With a set list loaded with hits “Been Caught Stealing”, “Mountain Song”, and “Just Because”, a Jane’s Addiction show is impossible to beat. Order your premium Jane’s Addiction tickets securely from OnlineTickets.com today!
Before Grunge made Alternative and the flannel shirt popular in the 1990s, Jane’s Addiction was bucking the mainstream and changing the music industry. Inspired by Goth bands like the Cure along with the new generation of Punk led by Black Flag, Jane’s Addiction managed to rope in several genres under the umbrella of Alternative and stood apart from the fading Glam bands. Dave Navarro’s guitar work would make him one of the most famous players in the modern era, but the showmanship of singer Perry Farrell would put the band over the top.
Live album Jane’s Addiction gave fans their first taste of Jane’s Addiction on recorded media but studio album Nothing’s Shocking would be the spark the ignited not only the career of the band but the Alternative Music movement as well. “Jane Says” was the breakthrough hit the band needed but fans with Jane’s Addiction tickets quickly saw single “Mountain Song” as a favorite. Due to controversial images, the music video for “Mountain Song” was not seen and the battle between Jane’s Addiction and mainstream music was on.
While Nothing’s Shocking would go down as one of the top Rock albums in history by influencing the coming wave of artists, follow-up album Ritual de lo Habitual would bring the exposure needed to make Jane’s Addiction a top touring band. “Stop!” and “Been Caught Stealing” were both No. 1 singles, with “Three Days” and “Classic Girl” becoming favorites as well. Perry Farrell also created the Lollapalooza music festival that revived the dead art of the Rock festival and introduced millions of fans to bands like Rollins Band, Nine Inch Nails, and the Violent Femmes.
Jane’s Addiction has taken long hiatuses but pulls together stronger than ever no matter how long the break. The 2003 reunion album Strays drew critical acclaim with singles “Superhero” and “Just Because”. Jane’s Addiction’s boxed set A Cabinet of Curiosities was released in 2009, which also saw the band tour with Nine Inch Nails, the final concert series for the Industrial giants. After 8 years away from the studio, Jane’s Addiction is back with new album The Great Escape Artist and single “The End of Lies.” Catch the new music and tour when you order your premium Jane’s Addiction tickets securely from OnlineTickets.com today!