Panic! At The Disco - "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die" Tour Ignites Boston House of Blues

This Is Rock.  Panic! At The Disco delivered an all star performance on January 30th at Boston House of Blues.  As soon as members Brendon Urie and Dallon Weekes took the stage there wasn't a silent person in the house.  Cheers and applause filled the room as Panic! rocked one of Boston's greatest music venues.  It's no wonder Panic! at The Disco's playing sold out shows for their "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die" tour. 

Panic! At The Disco was formed in 2004 in Summerlin, Las Vegas.  Las Vegas bands, having no unique sound, influenced Panic! At The Disco to be original and creative when making their music.  They soon began laying down demos like "Time to Dance," "Nails for Breakfast, Tacks for Snacks" and "Camisado".  On a whim, they sent a link to Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz. Wentz, who was in Los Angeles at the time, drove down to Las Vegas to meet with Panic!.  Upon hearing them Wentz immediately wanted the band to be the first to sign to his Fueled by Ramen, Decaydance Records labelIn 2005, they band began writing and recording "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out".  Albums "Pretty. Odd" (2008) and "Vices & Virtues" (2011) followed.  "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die", released October 8th 2013, is Panic's fourth studio album.  With the release of their new album, Panic! At The Disco's traveling the world on their "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die" tour.  They're entertaining fans all over with an incredible and unrivaled performance.  

     

Panic! At The Disco's show is exceptional and incomparable to anything else out there.  The energy, music, staging, lighting, and vocals are out of this world.  Urie's voice is intoxicating and unmatched.  Once he starts singing songs like "This Is Gospel", "Miss Jackson", "The Ballad Of Mona Lisa", "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", and "Nicotine" you can't take your eyes off the stage.  People were captivated and constantly entertained by Urie and Weekes extraordinary performance.  Their interaction with the crowd adds to the audience's enthusiasm and vitality.  Urie's backflip off the drum platform was definitely a crowd pleaser and incredibly impressive.  Panic!'s show was not only what I imagined, but so much more.  If you love phenomenal music, outstanding concerts, and enjoy endless dancing then Panic! At The Disco "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die" is a concert you must see.

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