Alt-rockers Everclear dominated airwaves in the ‘90s with a heavy string of fuzzed-out hits, and they still possess the same energy and intensity at their live shows nearly 25 years later. The band’s music is an irresistible mix of West Coast-inspired lyrics, driving guitars, thumping bass lines, and heavy drumming. On tour Everclear tears through songs like "Santa Monica" and "Father of Mine" with power that can't be matched. Whether they're adding their own edge to Death Cab For Cutie's "I Will Follow You Into The Dark" or getting fans to crowd surf and sing along, the band delivers a riotous performance for eager fans on their high-octane tours.
Everclear began in 1991 as the solo project of lead singer and guitarist Art Alexakis, who began penning songs to cope with family problems during his teenage years. He recruited bassist Craig Montoya and drummer Scott Cuthbert to complete the lineup, and recorded the band's 1993 debut album World of Noise in their friend's basement-turned-studio. The group broke into the mainstream after their smash single "Santa Monica" from 1995's Sparkle and Fade became a hit on the alternative airwaves. The sophomore album earned platinum success and catapulted the band to even bigger stardom. Since then they've released seven more highly acclaimed records, had eleven Top 40 hits --including four No. 1's -- and played for hundreds of thousands of fans on numerous headlining tours. With nearly three decades of performing under their belt, Everclear know how to rock a crowd and keep fans energized during their can't-miss sets.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"The show was amazing! I even got to hang out with Art and Everclear! I totally enjoyed myself!"
"Overall, one of the best shows I have experienced! Great time!"
"Great place to see a show AND it was an awesome one!"