In 2001, banjoist Scott Avett and guitarist Seth Avett formed The Avett Brothers with standup bass player Bob Crawford. Soon after, they released their first full-length album, Country Was. In 2007, they released their fifth studio album, Emotionalism. The album debuted at #1 on the BillboardTM Top Heatseekers Albums chart, #134 on the BillboardTM 200 and #13 on the BillboardTM Independent Albums chart.
During 2009, The Avett Brothers made mainstream waves with their major label debut, I and Love and You. It landed at #16 on the BillboardTM 200, #8 on the Digital Albums chart, #7 on the Top Rock Albums chart and #1 on the Folk Albums chart. Along with the album’s release, The Avett Brothers made multiple appearances on late-night television including the Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. They followed up in 2012 with their seventh studio album, The Carpenter, which hit #4 on the BillboardTM 200 and was nominated for a Grammy for “Best Americana Album”.
The Avett Brothers’ most recent album, True Sadness, has achieved the group’s highest career debut to date, dominated multiple charts, and is considered their finest release yet by many critics. The Rick Rubin produced album arrived at #1 on the BillboardTM Top Rock Albums chart, #1 on the BillboardTM Folk Albums chart and #3 on the BillboardTM 200. Their hit single, “Aint No Man”, became The Avett Brothers’ first #1 song on a BillboardTM songs chart when it topped the Adult Alternative Songs list.
$79.50, $59.50, $49.50, $44.50, $37.50 *subject to applicable fees
There will be an additional $5.50 charge for tickets purchased the day of the show.
Parking is $10 in the main lot. Cash only.
FSU students can receive 30% off the last two price levels with their FSUID at the Tucker Center box office.