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Elvis Costello tickets have sold to generations of fans over the decades. Dabbling in Punk to Jazz to Country to Pub Rock, Elvis Costello has proved himself as one of the most diverse musical legends in music. From the politically-charged single “Shipbuilding” to religiously inspired Get Happy!! album, Elvis Costello is sure to keep audiences guessing about what his next project will be.
Currently, Elvis Costello and The Imposters are touring the nation alongside The Police, while also scheduling solo appearances in the UK, Scotland, and Poland. Don’t miss Elvis Costello performing live in 2008 when you order Elvis Costello tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
Hailing from London, Elvis Costello would go on to create music that would transcend genre and continental boundaries to boot. In the late 1970s, Elvis Costello released his first single “Less Than Zero” off his debut album My Aim Is True. The album contained a mix of classic punk sounds as well as an infusion of country ballads as heard in the song “Allison.” Backed by the American band Clover, My Aim Is True reached No. 14 on the UK charts.
Together with his bandmates Steve Nieve, Bruce Thomas, and Pete Thomas, Elvis Costello and The Attractions produced the hit single “Watching the Detectives.” Elvis Costello’s next album This Year’s Model featured the hits “Pump It Up” and “(I Don’t Want To Go To) Chelsea.” Noted as one of the best albums of his career, Elvis Costello released the album Armed Forces in 1979 featuring the smash single “Oliver’s Army.”
With the release of his album Get Happy!!, Elvis Costello transformed his usual New Wave and Punk style to a more soul-inspired sound. The album was met with critical success and featured the songs “I Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down” and “B Movie.” In 1981, Elvis Costello put together a compilation of country songs in his album Almost Blue, which covered songs by Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, and Gram Parson’s “How Much I Lied.”
Elvis Costello and his new band the Imposters released their latest album Momofuku in April 2008. Elvis Costello is set to go on tour with The Police for their wildly popular Reunion tour. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Elvis Costello live and in concert as he tours across the US and Europe when you order Elvis Costello tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!