When is Reel Big Fish on tour? It’s easier to say when Reel Big Fish is not on tour. The band is a bona fide road warrior. While Reel Big Fish concerts are common occurrences, you still need tickets to get into the venue.
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Who Is Reel Big Fish?
Reel Big Fish consists of Matt Appleton, John Christianson, Derek Gibbs, Billy Kottage, and Edward Larsen.
Yet, the only member who has been with the band since the beginning is Aaron Barrett. He’s also the band’s front man.
Over the years, Reel Big Fish has seen several musicians come through their ranks including Matt Wong, Dan Regan, Ryland Steen, and Grant Barry.
Where Is Reel Big Fish From?
Reel Big Fish is from Huntington Beach, California. When they began, Reel Big Fish was a Led Zeppelin cover band and they performed under the name “The Fischer King.”
Their first album, Everything Sucks, was self-released in 1995. It was an underground hit.
Their sophomore effort, Turn The Radio Off, did even better and managed to chart (#57). It was anchored by the single, “Sell Out.”
What Genre Is Reel Big Fish?
Reel Big Fish’s sound falls under the umbrella of alternative music. After that, they’re labeled a ska punk band.
Their songs are characterized by strong beats, prominent bass lines, staccato guitar chords, and horns.
Related bands include Less Than Jake, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Goldfinger. Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake have toured together several times.
What is Reel Big Fish’s Best Album?
There are so many great Reel Big Fish albums it’s hard to pick one over another. What might be easier is to pick the Reel Big Fish album with the cleverest title.
The Reel Big Fish album with the cleverest title has to be Monkeys for Nothin' and the Chimps for Free (2007). Duet All Night Long, their split EP made with Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer, is probably second.