Latest Tiger Army Setlist
Tiger Army at El Plaza Condesa
- Prelude: Tercio de Muerte
- Beyond the Veil
- Dark and Lonely Night
- Devil That You Don't Know
- Devil Girl
- Cupid's Victim
- Prisoner of the Night
- Mi Amor La Luna
- Eyes of the Night
- The Past Will Always Be
- Never Die
- What Happens?
- Where the Moss Slowly Grows
- Hechizo de Amor
- Sea of Fire
About Tiger Army
Tiger Army is a psychobilly band that was formed in 1995 in Berkeley, California.
The band played their first show at legendary venue 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California, with AFI on March 29, 1996. After making a name for themselves playing shows throughout the California area alongside AFI and English psychobilly pioneers The Meteors, they were signed to Chapter Eleven Records.
Tiger Army first entered the studio in the summer of 1996 to record a self-titled vinyl record EP, now referred to as the Temptation EP. This EP caught the attention of Tim Armstrong (of Operation Ivy and Rancid fame), owner of Hellcat Records, who signed the band and theyve been signed to Hellcat ever since.
The band has gone through several different line-ups, only Nick 13, the lead singer and guitarist, is the remaining band member from the original line-up. In September 2004 Nick 13 quickly announced a new line-up for Tiger Army, featuring drummer Wasted James Meza (formerly of The Rezurex and numerous other small Los Angeles psychobilly bands, and a former touring drummer for the Nekromantix) and stand-up bassist Jeff Roffredo (formerly of Cosmic Voodoo, Calavera and The Rezurex), who are now full-time members of Tiger Army.
In January 2008, stand-up bassist Jeff Roffredo was replaced by Geoff Kresge (formerly of AFI, the HorrorPops, and VIVA HATE), who had previously performed on Tiger Armys Power Of Moonlight and Ghost Tigers Rise albums.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are parting ways with Josh Klinghoffer as John Frusciante is returning to the band.
Billy Strings treated Denver’s Ogden Theatre to a number of choice covers from the Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Cliff, John Hartford and more on night two of his three-night run in the Mile High City.
The Disco Biscuits opened up their two-night closer at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with the first “Resurrection” of 2019.
Ween returned to The Met in Philadelphia and their musical roots with a cover of a Prince classic for their final show of 2019.
Phish and SiriusXM shared video of a deliciously dark and spacey “2001” from the band’s instant classic at The Met in Philadelphia.