The War On Drugs Pay Tribute to Tom Petty

October 2, 2017

Selling out two nights at the Ogden Theatre October 14th and 15th, The War On Drugs established themselves as a Colorado favorite. Playing material primarily from their new album A Deeper Understanding and crowd favorites from their 2014 album Lost in a Dream, The War On Drugs gave an impassioned performance that showed both the complexity of their sound and the simplicity of their arrangements that has made them so successful.

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A New Chapter: The War On Drugs Signs to Atlantic Records

August 7, 2015

The most obvious observation about The War On Drugs is they sound like old Bruce Springsteen or Bob Dylan. However, lead singer and founding member Adam Granduciel would rather have you focus on their progression as a band. Formed in Philadelphia in 2005 with fellow artist Kurt Vile, The War On Drugs put out their first album, Wagonwheel Blues, in 2008. After a few lineup changes, they released their most recent album, Lost in the Dream, in 2014. Despite its name, The War on Drugs, in fact, does not have a war on drugs.

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