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Wed. January 31st 2007 7:30pm doors at 6:30pm The Orpheum (All Ages) 7:30pm doors at 6:30pm
$37.50/33.50+
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations
Presented by: Live Nation
RESERVED SEATING / Tickets $37.50 & $33.50 / Ticketmaster
ON SALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15TH @ 10:00AM


Under the Iron Sea, Keane’s follow-up to its hugely successfully 2004 debut Hopes and Fears, finds one of the U.K.’s hottest exports going into deeper, darker territory, with magnificent, majestic results. The guitar-less, keyboard-based trio from East Sussex conjures up melancholic and sinisterly beautiful stadium-rock on an album that is at once edgier and diverse than their Hopes and Fears. That record vaulted the band to the top of the UK charts with singles like “Everybody’s Changing” and “Somewhere Only We Know”, and went multi-platinum at home. Opening shows for U2, Keane also proved itself in the U.S., where Hopes and Fears went gold.

Recorded in the midst of internal friction, Under the Iron Sea benefits from the members’ friction with vibrant, soaring material that has already propelled the record and the single “Is It Any Wonder?” into the top spots in UK charts. Stronger and more determined than ever, Keane is crossing the iron sea once more to bring its powerful, deep-reaching songs to North American ears.

Keane

Under the Iron Sea, Keane’s follow-up to its hugely successfully 2004 debut Hopes and Fears, finds one of the U.K.’s hottest exports going into deeper, darker territory, with magnificent, majestic results. The guitar-less, keyboard-based trio from East Sussex conjures up melancholic and sinisterly beautiful stadium-rock on an album that is at o... more info

Rocco Deluca

The echoes of Neil Young, Robert Plant, Jeff Buckley and Pearl Jam blend into something unique, especially when performed live. Using the Dobro steel guitar to cut deep on tracks such as “Soul,” “Dope” and the title song, the group packs the heat and rocks aggression to work its way into your head and stay there. – Rolling Stone more info
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