Fall Out Boy Chicago Tickets

The genre of rock music has gone through innumerable transformations over the years. These days pop-rock and punk-rock enjoy particular mainstream success, and heading this revolution of sorts is the Fall Out Boy. With almost fifteen years of experience in the industry, the band rose from the shadows to become one of the most popular rock bands of the last decade. Now that they just released a new album and announced a country wide tour, things are looking even better, for the future.  

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About Fall Out Boy Chicago Tickets

Coming together

The band consists of four main members. Fall Out Boy was formed in 2001 when two friends, Pete Wentz (bass, lyrics) and Joe Trohman (lead guitars) decided to take a break from the underground punk rock world of Chicago and form a new band together. They got Patrick Stump (vocals, guitar) and Andy Hurley (drums) to join up and released their first album, titled “Take This to Your Grave” in 2003.

Stepping up to the plate

The first album did relatively well and it was certified gold in the US. It was however its follow up titled “From Under the Cork Tree” in 2005 that truly put them on the map. It made it to number nine on the Billboard charts and was certified two times platinum.

In total they have released six albums, all of which have been certified either platinum or gold. Five of those have made it to the top ten of the Billboard charts. You can now listen to some of their greatest hits too. Just get Fall Out Boy Chicago tickets and get ready to rock the night away, live at the United Center.

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