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The War on Drugs

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About The War on Drugs
Genres:
Alternative, Indie
Band Members:
Adam Granduciel, David Hartley, Robbie Bennett, Charlie Hall, Anthony Lamarca, Jon Natchez
Hometown:
Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia’s The War on Drugs reside at the blurred edges of American music: overexposing studio limitations, piling tape upon tape to maximum density, and then — with ...
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Fan Live Reviews
I don’t go to a lot of shows anymore. Admittedly, at 34, I’m becoming a grumpy old man who would rather listen to music at home while drinking 1-too-many IPAs. But, I will now get off my couch every time The War on Drugs comes within 150 miles of Columbus, Ohio. I like a lot of music but have recently found that not everyone I listen to can put on a good show. These guys did. Music, lights, energy; everything was on point. Also, the Agora Theatre was a perfect setting for such a night. Last night’s show was the perfect way to celebrate my 14th anniversary. Thanks!
April 20th 2018
One of the best performances at the Fox theatre that I have attended. Great sound and a great band to see live.
Great gig. Adam was superb. Under the Pressure was immense and Red Eyes and Pain outstanding too - just wish we had more than an hour but this was a festival gig so not unexpected.
October 21st 2017
Amazing show! Perfect mix of new and old tunes!
September 25th 2017
The War on Drugs was flawless. The mix was crisp and full. The bassist was grooving the whole night. I don’t think it could have been any better.
September 3rd 2017
One of the Best small venue shows I have ever seen. Absolutely Amazing!
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About The War on Drugs
Genres:
Alternative, Indie
Band Members:
Adam Granduciel, David Hartley, Robbie Bennett, Charlie Hall, Anthony Lamarca, Jon Natchez
Hometown:
Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia’s The War on Drugs reside at the blurred edges of American music: overexposing studio limitations, piling tape upon tape to maximum density, and then — with ...
Read More