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Tickets to Barenaked Ladies's Concert Tour


EventDateCity and Venue
Barenaked Ladies Fri. July 21, 2017
Atlanta, GA - Atlanta Botanical Garden
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Barenaked Ladies Sun. July 23, 2017
Fort Wayne, IN - Foellinger Theatre
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Barenaked Ladies Wed. October 18, 2017
Halifax, NS - Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
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Barenaked Ladies Sat. October 21, 2017
Moncton, NB - Casino New Brunswick
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Barenaked Ladies Sun. November 12, 2017
Mission, BC - Clarke Theatre Foundation
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About Barenaked Ladies

"One Week" by the Barenaked Ladies is one of those songs everyone knows. The folksy rap is up there with classics like "Margaritaville," "Sweet Caroline," and "Fight the Power." It doesn't matter what type of music you usually listen to, when "One Week" comes blasting through your iPod docking station you get on your feet and sing along. The indelible song was the first single off the band's 1998 album, Stunt. As of 2011, it's the band's only number one single in the United States.

The Bare Naked Ladies formed in the late 1980s by Ed Robertson and Steven Page. The two went to school together for years but weren't friends until they ran into one another after a Peter Gabriel concert. The pair became friends; they hung out together and played music. During a particularly boring Bob Dylan concert, when they were messing around with band names, they jokingly came up with the epithet "Barenaked Ladies." While all this was going on, Robertson had completely forgotten that he had entered his former band into a contest. When the organizers of the competition called to confirm the gig, Robertson panic and said his band was called "The Bare-Naked Ladies." Robertson then contacted Page to tell him that they were competing in a battle of the bands.

Leading up to that appearance, the duo scheduled several rehearsals, but missed them all. This forced Robertson and Page to improvise during the contest. This tactic wouldn't work for most artists, but it worked for them. Even now, BNL employs a fair amount of improvisation during their concerts. Another thing fans with Barenaked Ladies tickets should expect is their comical stage antics. The band learned about making concert-goers laugh while touring with the comedy troupe Corky and the Juice Pigs.

Barenaked Ladies released their first album, Gordon, in 1992. The album featured many of their most well-known songs: "Be My Yoko Ono," "Enid," "Brian Wilson," and "If I Had A $1000000." That last song is played at nearly every Barenaked Ladies concert. The group is also known for singing the theme song to the hit CBS sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.

Page left the band in 2009 making BNL a foursome containing Robertson, bassist Jim Creeggan, keyboardist Kevin Hearn, and drummer Tyler Stewart. The band's original keyboardist, Andy Creeggan, left the Ladies in 1995. Robertson and Page both sang lead and both played guitar.


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