Bandsintown
get app
Sign Up
Log In
Sign Up
Log In

Phone icon
Get App
Artists & VenuesPromotersHelp
PrivacyTerms
Man on Earth Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Man on Earth Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

Man on EarthVerified

2,177 Followers
Never miss another Man on Earth concert. Get alerts about tour announcements, concert tickets, and shows near you with a free Bandsintown account.
Follow
No upcoming shows
Send a request to Man on Earth to play in your city
Request a Show

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Virginia
November 3rd 2013
AMAZING. Man on Earth obviously cares about their fans, evidence by the fact they played an extra song for me, then wanted a picture with us! :)
Greenville, NC@
The Tipsy Teapot
Stephanie
October 6th 2013
Love loved it! And them. As always. :)
Fort Wayne, IN@
Skully's Boneyard

About Man on Earth

All Music Guide once described Man On Earth's sound as "melodic, post-Britpop sensibility with sharper-edged American guitar muscle, then tops it off with thoughtful (if anything, too thoughtful) lyrics… Surprisingly mature and far-reaching, the album is really too eclectic to simplify with easy comparisons."

Man On Earth's 2005 debut CD 'disposable sounds for the fickle mind' quickly went on to receive critical acclaim shortly after it’s release. The band toured extensively throughout 2005 in support of the CD and the storm of college radio airplay it had inspired. Over 300 college stations across the country began to play the CD as well as a dozen commercial stations sampling songs as their music was featured on FMQB's new music sampler.

After a number of successful shows at NYC's famous CBGB's and CB's Gallery the band was featured in Current TV's documentary special on the legendary club. Then as further spokesmen for the New York City music scene the band was featured on FUSE TV for its participation in the Virgin / Fuse TV sponsored Brit Bus Tour. The band supported a number of up and coming British artists when the tour stopped at the Knitting Factory in NYC. Grass roots support for the band began to spread as music from the CD appeared on thousands of Independent Podcasts and the much praised U.K. animated video for ‘Come in Closer’ received over 100,000 plays through manonearth.com Including spins on MUCH MUSIC’s Groundbreaking video show “Wedge”.

In the Spring of 2006 the band released 'the Man On Earth EP’ a five song sampling of new songs recorded in the fall of 2005. The lead track 'It feels like...' saw over 40,000 plays in four months on myspace and was used as the theme song in 2005's Indy cult classic movie 'klayworld: off the table'. The film further introduced the band to a worldwide audience that gravitated toward the band thus pushing the legal downloads of the soundtrack for the film way past 35,000 copies in just 3 months. The songs popularity and instant connection with people quickly became obvious as the band was inundated with ‘home made’ videos from fans around the world for the song. ‘The Man On Earth EP’ also features a guest appearance by Stephen Pearcy from the multi-platinum 80's “metal god” band RATT who came down to lend his voice to the eclectic rock epic track 'So you're the genius behind this?' completely pushing the song over the top in its ambition. The story was shortly after featured in Metal Edge magazine.

The band just recently finished their new album "Something Better" with top major label Producer / Mixer Ken Lewis whose credits include 6 Grammy's, 38 Gold and Platinum albums / singles and 19 #1 albums and singles. Kens wide musical scope has brought him success with a wide array of artists from The Beastie Boys, Lenny Kravitz and Soul Asylum to Kanye West, Jay-Z and Usher among many others.

Steven Nathan – Vocals, Guitar
Alex Polaris – Guitar
Ian Braunstein – Drums
Stan Esposito – Bass

Official Website
MySpace page
Show More
Genres:
Indie, Alternative
Band Members:
Steve - Guitar, Angelo - Drums, Bkg Vocals, Adam - Bass, Bkg vocals, Nathan - Vocals

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Man on Earth to play in your city
Request a Show

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Virginia
November 3rd 2013
AMAZING. Man on Earth obviously cares about their fans, evidence by the fact they played an extra song for me, then wanted a picture with us! :)
Greenville, NC@
The Tipsy Teapot
Stephanie
October 6th 2013
Love loved it! And them. As always. :)
Fort Wayne, IN@
Skully's Boneyard

About Man on Earth

All Music Guide once described Man On Earth's sound as "melodic, post-Britpop sensibility with sharper-edged American guitar muscle, then tops it off with thoughtful (if anything, too thoughtful) lyrics… Surprisingly mature and far-reaching, the album is really too eclectic to simplify with easy comparisons."

Man On Earth's 2005 debut CD 'disposable sounds for the fickle mind' quickly went on to receive critical acclaim shortly after it’s release. The band toured extensively throughout 2005 in support of the CD and the storm of college radio airplay it had inspired. Over 300 college stations across the country began to play the CD as well as a dozen commercial stations sampling songs as their music was featured on FMQB's new music sampler.

After a number of successful shows at NYC's famous CBGB's and CB's Gallery the band was featured in Current TV's documentary special on the legendary club. Then as further spokesmen for the New York City music scene the band was featured on FUSE TV for its participation in the Virgin / Fuse TV sponsored Brit Bus Tour. The band supported a number of up and coming British artists when the tour stopped at the Knitting Factory in NYC. Grass roots support for the band began to spread as music from the CD appeared on thousands of Independent Podcasts and the much praised U.K. animated video for ‘Come in Closer’ received over 100,000 plays through manonearth.com Including spins on MUCH MUSIC’s Groundbreaking video show “Wedge”.

In the Spring of 2006 the band released 'the Man On Earth EP’ a five song sampling of new songs recorded in the fall of 2005. The lead track 'It feels like...' saw over 40,000 plays in four months on myspace and was used as the theme song in 2005's Indy cult classic movie 'klayworld: off the table'. The film further introduced the band to a worldwide audience that gravitated toward the band thus pushing the legal downloads of the soundtrack for the film way past 35,000 copies in just 3 months. The songs popularity and instant connection with people quickly became obvious as the band was inundated with ‘home made’ videos from fans around the world for the song. ‘The Man On Earth EP’ also features a guest appearance by Stephen Pearcy from the multi-platinum 80's “metal god” band RATT who came down to lend his voice to the eclectic rock epic track 'So you're the genius behind this?' completely pushing the song over the top in its ambition. The story was shortly after featured in Metal Edge magazine.

The band just recently finished their new album "Something Better" with top major label Producer / Mixer Ken Lewis whose credits include 6 Grammy's, 38 Gold and Platinum albums / singles and 19 #1 albums and singles. Kens wide musical scope has brought him success with a wide array of artists from The Beastie Boys, Lenny Kravitz and Soul Asylum to Kanye West, Jay-Z and Usher among many others.

Steven Nathan – Vocals, Guitar
Alex Polaris – Guitar
Ian Braunstein – Drums
Stan Esposito – Bass

Official Website
MySpace page
Show More
Genres:
Indie, Alternative
Band Members:
Steve - Guitar, Angelo - Drums, Bkg Vocals, Adam - Bass, Bkg vocals, Nathan - Vocals

Get the full experience with the Bandsintown app.
arrow