Literally hundreds of rock 'n roll bands who sprang up in the wonderful and colorful 1960s quickly faded away into irrelevance. Very few experienced success and recognition on a global level, and even fewer did so for several decades using a cast of former and current members totaling well over two dozen. REO speed wagon tickets are currently available to a bevy of shows spread throughout the nation, so fans interested in seeing the legendary rockers of the Golden era in their modern form won’t have far to travel to do so.
The band truly began as a garage group in the late 1960s, and soon named themselves after a type of truck that lead singer Neil Daughtry had studied while in an engineering program in college. They experimented with a variety of talented and dedicated musicians until the formula finally became potent enough to be sampled by a major record label in 1971. Tickets for REO Speedwagon shows immediately became some of most popular in the business, and the long-haired, free-spirited rockers from throughout Illinois and the Midwest were more than ready to bring their breed of sound to a world hungry for rock 'n roll icons.
REO Speedwagon tour tickets allowed fans to see a band that was commercially successful and seemingly always influx. The first three albums featured three different lead singers, and by the time the 1980s came around, even the most devoted fans had a tough time keeping up with the turnover. Just about any great musician who was not attached to a popular band at the time was itching for the opportunity to join a group that was selling millions of REO Speedwagon tickets annually by the mid-1980s.
A number of chart-topping hits begin to weave themselves into the fabric of America as the tumultuous yet magical 1980s unfolded. Keep On Loving You, Take It on the Run and Don't Let Him Go were just a few of the rock ballads that the group laid down before folks lucky enough to get their hands on cheap REO Speedwagon tickets during the peak of their success. Throughout the 90s, compilation and greatest hits albums continued to be released, but it wasn't until 2007 that the band officially came back together and produced a studio album.
In the last few years, they’ve re-established themselves, and their place in the music industry makes them legitimate living legends. Now's the time to take a look at a large selection of REO Speedway Tour