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When acoustic chart-toppers “Riptide” and “Mess is Mine” hit every road trip playlist this past summer, Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy became an instant celebrity. Known to take inspiration from greats like Bob Dylan and George Harrison, Vance sings with a soft melody and an impressive vocal range makes him instantly recognizable. He typically has no technical enhancements in the background, and his style is categorized by many as "easy listening" or "acoustic-based."
Before Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Nirvana, there was Mark Arm and Mudhoney. Many argue that Mudhoney made Grunge possible and aided the changing of the musical guard in the early 90’s possible. Seeing them live is to Nirvana what seeing Leadbelly would have been to taking in the Rolling Stones. In 1991, releases like Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge laid the groundwork for all Seattle grunge to follow. Famous for cultivating punk and metal but adding rhythm and percussion, they improved on what bands like the Melvins and Green River had started.
At 8:00 PM on Saturday, July 11th, 2015, Death Cab for Cutie and Built To Spill will perform at The Greek, more formally titled The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre, which is an 8,000+ capacity venue located on Gayley Road in Berkeley, CA. The arena was built in 1903, and it’s an historic part of the University of Berkeley campus. In fact, it’s listed on the National Register of Historic places. All tickets to this event are for general admission, and they are available for $49.50.