The Weepies Tour 2020
The Weepies Tour 2020:The Weepies recently added a concert schedule coming to select locations in North America. As one of the most popular Alternative live performers to date, The Weepies will finally show up live yet again for fans. Take a look at the calendar that follows to find a specific show. From there, you can view the event details, RSVP on Facebook and take a look at a huge selection of concert tickets. If you are unable to make any of the current performances, sign up for our Concert Tracker to get alerts as soon as The Weepies concerts are unveiled in your town. The Weepies might release some other North American concerts, so visit us often for the latest updates.
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- The Weepies (formed in 2001) is an American husband and wife duo who craft delightful nuggets of harmonised indie folk-pop, hailing from Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.Prior to the formation of the Weepies, singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Deb Talan and Steve Tannen had a strong appreciation for each other’s music. After meeting at one of Tannen’s show at Club Passum, a small folk bar in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the two soon developed a musical connection and began collaborating. Without label backing, the Weepies released their debut album “Happiness” at Club Passim in November 2003, which sold over 10,000 copies.The duo subsequently signed with Nettwerk Records and begun recording their sophomore album in their rented cottage’s bedroom in Pasadena, California. The album was later released in December 2005, and, earning strong reviews from critics, became iTunes’ most-downloaded folk album in over seven countries. In support of the release the Weepies played over 180 shows worldwide, including the festivals Oxegen, T in the Park, and the Hurricane Festival. In 2007 the duo married and had their first child, contributed to Mandy Moore’s album “Wild Hope”, and recorded material for their new album. Released in April 2008, the album debuted at No. 31 on the Billboard 200, and earned positive reviews from critics.The band’s fourth studio album “Be My Thrill” was issued by Nettwerk in August 2010. The album charted at No. 34 on the Billboard 200 and featured folk-pop singer Colbie Caillat’s backing vocals on the track “I Was Made for Sunny Days”. Once again the Weepies supported the album with an extensive touring schedule and subsequently departed the label Nettwerk gearing up for future independent releases.