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Muse BioThe members of the British rock band Muse have been making music together since 1994, and they’ve never stopped evolving. From their earliest days together as a grade school band to their modern position at the top of the rock and roll world, the band’s three members have continued to hone their sound, bringing in new and diverse influences while changing the way they interact as musicians. The result has been a steady rise to the top of the Billboard charts and the accumulation of an army of loyal fans. Today, Muse tickets and Muse albums sell out quickly, and fans pack huge venues to see the group play.
But the road to success hasn’t been an easy one for Muse. The band took years to build its fan base in their native United Kingdom, and their singles didn’t start charting on the U.S. Billboard charts until a decade after they started playing together. It hasn’t always been easy, but Muse’s success has been built on their work ethic, talent, and ever-changing vision.
Muse has its roots in various schoolboy bands formed at Teignmouth Community College, a secondary school in the United Kingdom. Each of the group’s three members – guitarist Matt Bellamy, bassist Chris Wolstenholme, and drummer Dominic Howard – played in their own bands at the school, in some cases playing instruments other than the ones that they would play in Muse. The group started to come together when Bellamy auditioned for Howard’s band and got in. They then added Howard, and the group moved forward as a goth-glam act. It was the beginning of Muse, though the band’s members didn’t yet call themselves by that name.
When the group won a local battle of the bands, they were shocked – and realized that they might have something special on their hands. They quit their jobs and focused full-time on the band, which they renamed Muse.
Soon, Muse was opening for more established U.K. acts like Skunk Anansie. They connected with the owner of Sawmills Studio and recorded their first EP in 1998, four years after the band was formed. A second EP, The Muscle Museum EP, performed well in England. Their early work earned them a spot at the Emerging Artists stage at Woodstock 1999, and that in turn helped them secure a record deal with U.S.-based Maverick Records.
1999 was a huge year for Muse, and it also saw the release of their first album, Showbiz. The record went platinum in the band’s native United Kingdom, and critics started making noise about the promise the young group had.
The band made good on their promise with 2001’s Origin of Symmetry, which drew rave critical reviews and gave their band their first charting album in the United States. Origin of Symmetry showed the band experimenting with a more aggressive sound. Though the record only reached number 161 on the U.S. Billboard 200, it helped set the stage for their imminent breakthrough stateside. And in the U.K., the group was more popular than ever. Origin of Symmetry went double platinum in the band’s home country, and also charted well throughout Europe.
After a compilation album (2002’s Hullabaloo Soundtrack), the band returned to the studio for 2003’s Absolution. Absolution was a huge album for Muse: it received rave critical reviews, went triple-platinum in the U.K., and went Gold in the United States, where the band was finally getting the attention they deserved. For the first time, Muse had singles breaking into the U.S. charts. The album itself made it about halfway up the Billboard 200 while topping the U.K. album charts.
Muse was finally in demand in the United States, and they responded with 2005’s US Campus Invasion Tour, which gave fans around North America their first chance to buy Muse tickets. The extensive touring set the stage for the band’s best U.S. charts performance yet with Black Holes and Revelations (2005). The album cracked the top 10 of the Billboard 200 albums chart, a huge breakthrough for Muse. Just like its predecessor, the album went gold in the U.S. and triple-platinum in the U.K. And once again, Muse’s members were showing that they would not sit still: Black Holes and Revelations featured more stylistic innovations, including the incorporation of electronic influences.
After a live album (2008’s HAARP), the band put out The Resistance (2009). It was yet another commercial and critical hit, and it continued the band’s sudden rise in the U.S. market by reaching number 3 on the Billboard 200 charts, a high-water mark for the group.
The 2nd Law (2012) was Muse’s most stylistically diverse record yet. It continued to show the electronic influences that the band first experimented with in Black Holes and Revelations, but also incorporated funk, dubstep, and even arena rock influences.
Muse followed The 2nd Law with Drones (2015). Like The 2nd Law, Drones was the work of a band at the height of their powers. Rather than let success limit their musical output or style, Muse has made it clear that they’ll continue to innovate with each new record they produce. In the context of Drones, that meant the creation of a concept album about a dehumanized “drone” who eventually rediscovers his humanity and makes a break with the system. The daring work won critical praise and earned the group a Grammy for Best Rock Album.
Muse’s fans share the critics’ enthusiasm for Muse’s recent output. Muse’s albums continue to sell well, and Muse tickets sell out quickly in both the United States and the band’s native United Kingdom. Muse’s three talented musicians have come a long way since their days as a schoolyard goth-glam band: today, they’re in one of rock and roll’s most versatile and innovative acts, a band that incorporates a wide range of influences and continues to challenge its listeners in each album and at each concert. Muse is on top of the rock and roll world, and they’re making music that’s changing the genre itself. It’s no wonder that fans and critics can’t get enough.
Top 3 Muse Tracks:
Origin of Symmetry
- New Born
- Space Dementia
- Hyper Music
- Plug In Baby
- Citizen Erased
- Micro Cuts
- Feeling Good
- Apocalypse Please
- Time Is Running Out
- Sing for Absolution
- Stockholm Syndrome
- Falling Away with You
- Butterflies and Hurricanes
- The Small Print
- Thoughts of a Dying Atheist
- Ruled by Secrecy
Black Holes and Revelations
- Take a Bow
- Supermassive Black Hole
- Map of the Problematique
- Soldier's Poem
- City of Delusion
- Knights of Cydonia
The 2nd Law
- Panic Station
- Follow Me
- Big Freeze
- Save Me
- Liquid State
- The 2nd Law: Unsustainable
- The 2nd Law: Isolated System
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Muse Ticket Prices
Cheap Muse TicketsThe events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
|$7.00||Muse — 12/01/2015|
Toyota Center; Houston, TX
|$9.00||Muse — 12/02/2015|
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
|$13.00||Muse — 01/18/2016|
Centre Videotron; Quebec, CA
|$17.00||Muse — 12/10/2015|
Rogers Arena; Vancouver, BC
|$21.00||Muse — 12/13/2015|
Moda Center; Portland, OR
|$26.00||Muse — 01/27/2016|
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
|$29.00||Muse — 12/05/2015|
Gila River Arena; Glendale, AZ
|$30.00||Muse — 12/12/2015|
Key Arena; Seattle, WA
|$33.00||Muse — 12/19/2015|
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
|$33.00||Muse — 01/20/2016|
Bell Centre; Montreal, PQ
Best and Most Expensive Muse TicketsThe events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
|$1,597.00||Muse — 04/14/2016|
The O2 Arena; London, UK
|$1,030.00||Muse — 05/15/2015|
Mayan Theater; Los Angeles, CA
|$945.00||Muse — 05/08/2015|
Webster Hall; New York, NY
|$246.00||Muse — 12/16/2017|
Sydney SuperDome (Acer Arena); Sydney, AU
|$214.00||Muse with 30 Seconds To Mars — 09/18/2017|
Red Rocks Amphitheatre; Morrison, CO
|$208.00||Muse — 04/09/2016|
Manchester Arena; Manchester, GB
|$138.00||Muse — 11/20/2015|
Palacio De Los Deportes; Mexico City, US
|$132.00||Muse — 02/26/2016|
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy; Paris, UK
|$127.00||Muse — 01/09/2016|
Mandalay Bay Events Center; Las Vegas, NV
|$118.00||Muse — 02/27/2016|
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy; Paris, UK