Creed to Perform First Two Albums in Special Engagements
Posted by Michael Mueller on November 7, 2011 at 10:02 AM
It's hard to believe that nearly 15 years have passed since Creed released their 1997 debut album, My Own Prison. The album, which was originally recorded by the band on a $6,000 budget, went on to sell over 6 million copies on the strength of modern-rock tracks like "One," "What's This Life For," "Torn," and the title track, thus setting the band up for one of the most successful runs in modern rock history.
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of their stunning debut, Creed has announced that they will hold special intimate two-night events in Chicago, New York and Philadelphia in April 2012 to perform My Own Prison and their second, even more successful record, Human Clay, in their entirety. The band will perform one album on each night of the special engagement along with hits from their albums Weathered and Full Circle. Tickets will be available on November 19th. For more information and pre-sale info visit www.creed.com.
"My Own Prison and Human Clay are very special albums for us and I look forward to performing them for our fans," said singer Scott Stapp. "The songs bring back a lot of great memories for me and I hope for them too."
Special Show Dates:
April 13 Chicago, IL (My Own Prison)
April 14 Chicago, IL (Human Clay)
April 16 Philadelphia, PA (My Own Prison)
April 17 Philadelphia, PA (Human Clay)
April 19 New York, NY (My Own Prison)
April 20 New York, NY (Human Clay)
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