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Duran Duran tickets make fans “Hungry Like the Wolf.” With hits like “Rio” and “Girls on Film,” Duran Duran shot to fame as one of the most successful groups of the 1980s. After releasing 12 albums, charting 21 singles, and selling over 85 million records together, Duran Duran is just getting warmed up.
Still drizzled in charisma and refined musical talent, no Pop band on the planet brings the experience or reputation to the stage like Duran Duran. After the hit album Red Carpet Massacre in 2007, Duran Duran is rolling on the road for their 2009 tour. Order your premium Duran Duran tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
Taking their name from the villain in the ‘60s movie Barbarella, Duran Duran formed in Birmingham, England, in 1978. Duran Duran’s lead singer Simon Le Bon, keyboardist Nick Rhodes, bassist John Taylor and drummer Roger Taylor made a name for themselves as a fashion-forward dance band along with contemporaries Spandau Ballet and Wham! Duran Duran’s youthful look propelled them to success as teen Pop idols.
Duran Duran found success on its first self-titled album with the third single “Girls on Film.” The racy music video ignited a controversy that shot Duran Duran to the mainstream. Duran Duran’s second album Rio created a firestorm of success with the hit singles “Rio,” “Hungry Like the Wolf” and “Save a Prayer.” Duran Duran became undeniable MTV icons, embarking on sell-out world tours. Duran Duran’s song “A View to a Kill” was the only Bond theme to reach No. 1 on Billboard.
In an effort to move past the teen-idol image, a more adult Duran Duran released Notorious in 1986. Notorious featured a different, more bass-heavy sound and produced the hits “Notorious” and “Skin Trade.” In 1993, Duran Duran released its second self-titled album also known as The Wedding Album; it produced two hit singles “Ordinary World” and “Come Undone.” Duran Duran embarked on a massive world tour in support of , reaching into the Middle East, South America and South Africa.
The reunion of Duran Duran’s original lineup would shake Pop music to its foundation in 2001 and opened the door for some of Duran Duran’s highest praise yet. Albums Astronaut and Red Carpet Massacre have been seen by critics and fans alike as some of the best work in the discography of Duran Duran. The 2009 Duran Duran tour may be winding down, but expect plenty of new tour dates after the release of the upcoming 2009 album. Order your premium Duran Duran tickets securely from OnlineTickets.com today!