Monday, April 21, 2014

Twenty One Pilots Set to Connect in Huntington

Musical visionaries and creative duo Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots will be performing live at The Paramount on April 29, presented by 106.1 BLI radio station. Twenty One Pilot’s sound is so unique that it has been a trait that has endeared them to their fans.

In recent months, Twenty One Pilots have made appearances on a variety of television shows including “House of Gold” on TBS’ Conan- (which USA Today picked as one of 2013’s “10 Unforgettable Music Moments from Late-Night TV”)- and VH1’s Big Morning Buzz Live. They’ve had the honor of being named as an MTV’s “Artist to Watch” during the 2013 Video Music Awards and their success with their new album Vessel has proven their well-deserved title.
Twenty One Pilots had the opportunity of a lifetime when they left Columbus, Ohio to make a record; it’s something that Joseph says they will never take for granted. The bands self-expression and fearlessness to stray from the conventions of society have driven them into the limelight. Their fans have been the inspiration behind Vessels, an album crafted to merge elements of hip hop, indie rock and punk, but its purpose is to allow fans to immerse themselves in the music and the moment, when they perform live. 

Tickets are available for purchase now through, charge-by-phone @ 800-745-3000 or The Paramount Box Office (open daily from 12 noon - 6 pm). For more information on upcoming shows sign up for our FREE online newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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