Emerging from the punk-pop scene at the turn of the century, Florida outfit Yellowcard instantly
stood out from the crowd with their passionate sincere lyrics and distinctive use of the violin.
Formed in Jacksonville in 1997, the original line-up of frontman Ben Dobson, guitarists Todd Clary
and Ben Harper, bassist Warren Cooke, violinist Sean Mackin and drummer Longineu Parsons
released their debut album, Midget Tossing, and Yellowcard tickets for an accompanying tour in the
same year. Following 1999 sophomore Where We Stand, guitarist/vocalist Ryan Key was recruited to
fill the voids left by Dobson and Clary’s departures, and two years later, the group recorded third
album, One For The Kids. The demand for Yellowcard tickets increased in 2003 when the group
signed to Capitol Records, reached the US Top 40 with Ocean Avenue and its title track single, and
headed out on their first major national tour. Yellowcard tickets were then snapped up for their
headline set at the 2004 Vans Warped Tour, before the band contributed to both the Spider-Man 2
soundtrack and Rock Against Bush, Vol. 2 compilation. After filming their first live DVD in front of
fans with Yellowcard tickets at Philadelphia’s Electric Factory, the group reached No.5 on the
Billboard 200 with Lights and Sounds, a concept album based on their hatred of living in Los Angeles.
In 2007, the group released Paper Walls, supported Blue October in the States and Linkin Park in
Japan, and recorded iTunes Live from Las Vegas at the Palms in front of thousands of fans with
Yellowcard tickets. After heading out onto the road with The Spill Canvas, Secondhand Serenade and
Treaty of Paris for an acoustic trek, the band left European fans with Yellowcard tickets disappointed
when they abruptly cancelled several shows and announced a self-imposed hiatus. However, later
that year the original line-up briefly reformed for a series of dates under the name of Where We
Stand, and in 2011, Yellowcard staged their proper comeback with seventh LP, When You’re Through
Thinking, Say Yes. After releasing Yellowcard tickets for joint tours with All Time Low, Good Charlotte
and Saves The Day, the band added to their discography with 2012’s Southern Air and an acoustic
version of Ocean Avenue in honor of its tenth anniversary. In 2014, Yellowcard tickets went on sale
for a North American tour promoting the band’s sixth chart entry, Lift A Sail.
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