After forming in 1994; it didn’t take long for the English rock band Muse to start making their impact on the world of popular music. This band, known for their high energy performance style and their innovative sound consists of members; Matthew Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme, Dominic Howard and keyboardist Morgan Nicholls. The band quickly began known for their unique sound which has been described as everything from space rock to pop and everything in between. Drawing influences from alternative rock, heavy metal, punk rock, classical music and electronica; there is no denying that Muse has developed a sound that is entirely their own.
During their time as a band, the innovative rock group has released six full length studio albums and received a great deal of critical acclaim and commercial success. The group has sold more than 15 million albums world wide. They have also received numerous Brit Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards, an American Music Award and more. The band has also been nominated for several Grammy Awards and been awarded with the titled of Best Rock Album in 2010. With accomplishments like this and song that have appeared in everything from television shows to the hit Twilight Saga franchise; there is no denying the impact that Muse has had on the world of music today.
While their heartfelt and high energy albums are undoubtedly popular with fans; any fan of the band will agree that there is nothing quite like seeing Muse live on stage. During these live performances, audiences can not only expect a compilation of the band’s biggest hits over the past decade in the business but they can also expect the group’s signature high performance style that will have audiences on their feet and rocking along the entire time.
Those who are looking to experience Muse live will find that there are Muse tickets available to see the group on their latest tour. During 2013 the band will be on the road visiting some of the biggest music venues around the globe and delivering this signature performance style to their fans as they prove once again why they are one of the biggest names in rock n’ roll today.