Pop and rock music covers a wide variety of genres, styles, and influences. From Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber to Aerosmith and the Dave Matthews Band, pop and rock music are collectively the most successful types of music out there today. Want to see Saves the Day on tour? View the listings below for upcoming dates and Saves the Day tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Jul 13, 2017
|Great South Bay Music Festival - 4 Day Pass||Patchogue, NY|
Village Band Shell At Shorefront Park
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Saves the Day originated in New Jersey in 1997 when lead singer Chris Conley was only 17 years old. The members of Saves the Day have changed over the years, with Chris Conley being the only stable member of the group. But whoever comprises Save the Day, one thing is clear: they have managed to find their niche in the limited hardcore scene. Getting Saves the Day tickets gives you the chance to experience the powerful sound of this young up-and-coming band.
The earliest form of Saves the Day can be traced back to 1993 when Chris Conley was only 13 years old. He began learning to play guitar and forming his first bands. Going by the names Indifference and Seffler before changing to Saves the Day, the band released their debut album Can't Slow Down (1998). The album was recorded under the label Equal Vision Records during their winter break from high school. They began to gain more success with their second album, Through Being Cool (1999), as it featured a more pop music sound. But they were focused on making their way back to being more punk rock with their album Stay What You Are (2001). The album was produced by the same producer who worked with artists Beck and Toadies. Other Saves the Day albums include In Reverie (2003), Sound the Alarm (2006) and Under the Boards (2007).