Main Stage at Bearsville Theater
There is a 10 ticket limit per customer. Service fees are non-refundable.
General On Sale: Friday, May 27 @ 10AM
Doors 7PM. Show 8PM
Advance Tickets for Balcony Seating or General Admission - Standing: $65.00 - $149.00
Day of Show Tickets for Balcony Seating or General Admission - Standing: $70 - 154.00
The Wallflowers is an American rock and roots rock band formed by Jakob Dylan and Tobi Miller in 1989, hailing from Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Born in 1970 to Bob Dylan and Sara Lowndes, Jakob Dylan grew up in Los Angeles, however following his parents’ divorce studied at private schools across L.A. and New York, U.S. With that much music in his blood young Dylan formed the original Wallflowers in 1989 with guitarist Tobi Miller, keyboardist Rami Jaffee, bassist Barrie Maguire and drummer Peter Yanowitz. The band released their eponymous debut in 1992 on Virgin records, however the album sold poorly and the Wallflowers were dropped from the label shortly afterwards.
Undeterred, with a new line-up of Dylan, guitarist Michael Ward, bassist Greg Richling, keyboardist Jaffee and drummer Mario Calire, the group signed to Interscope, and enlisted the help of longtime Dylan family friend and producer T-Bone Burnett. The resulting album was the multi-platinum “Bringing Down the Horse” released in May 1996, which featured the popular singles “6th Avenue Heartache” and “One Headlight”, the latter of which earned the band a Grammy award for Best Rock Song.
After a four-year hiatus, letting the dust of their popular album settle, the Wallflowers released their third full-length album “Breach” at the turn of the new millennium. Despite earning positive reviews from critics, a sharper, keener sound, and Jakob tackling issues relating to having such an iconic father, the album passed-by largely unnoticed and was succeeded by the more accessible “Red Letter Days” in 2002.
The Wallflowers’ follow-up “Rebel, Sweetheart” was issued in 2005, peaking at No. 40 on the Billboard Album chart. The album marked a move away from Interscope records, the departure of keyboard player Jaffee and a slowing of the band’s touring and recording schedule. Jakob Dylan’s debut solo album “Seeing Things” was released in 2008, followed the year after by the Wallflowers’ compilation album “Collected: 1996-2005” and supporting tour. With a new line-up featuring Jaffee, bassist Greg Richling, guitarist Stuart Mathis, and former Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons, the band released their sixth studio album “Glad All Over” in 2012.