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Why see Bad Religion?

Modern Punk Greats

Influential LA punk band Bad Religion hit the road this fall! Kicking off at the Sherman Theatre and making stops in Nashville, Seattle, Portland and many more across the country. There last album release was 2019's 17th studio album, 'Age of Unreason'. An impassioned and powerful release - it was reviewed as a highly political work that urges us to seek the truth in the mire of the modern world - and ourselves.

Drawing inspiration from their punk forebears The Ramones, along with acts like The Beatles and Elvis Costello, Bad Religion were always one of the genre's more melodic and upbeat groups. The group originally formed in 1980 and went through several different incarnations and break-ups as they tried to find their signature sound. A fairly underground group in their first decade, Bad Religion found themselves beneficiaries of the Nirvana-led alt. rock boom of the early '90s and released a string of acclaimed albums, including Generator and Stranger Than Fiction to ever greater success.

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Sep 28


Customer reviews

1 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)


Freaking amazing!!!

First off, the staff was amazing. From the parking lot attendants, to the people at the door, security... Everyone was professional, courteous, polite. Thank you! Much appreciated after a 2 hr drive! Next, the show... we saw the band that opened before bad religion and they were good, but bad religion was dynamite! Such a great, intimate setting, and the sound was great! It was set up to where the pit couldn't get out of control, and they didn't kick us out for floating/crowd surfing, which was awesome! The place was also clean! I would definitely go back and it's definitely changed since club rubber days! ... Read more

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