The Emotional Roadshow

Bringing together aspects of folk, rap and alternative music, Twenty One Pilots concerts give fans a chance to catch the Ohio duo live. Their concerts are filled with special effects and their popular songs, including “House of Gold” and “Car Radio” that keep the crowds full attention.

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“I saw a Twenty One Pilots concert last year, and I can honestly say that it was one of the most entertaining concerts I had ever attended,” junior Gracie Moroney said. “With Tyler Joseph’s piano and vocal skills mixed with Josh Dun’s drum abilities, they sure make one dynamic duo.”

Their concerts include music from their most recent album to covers by some of the most well known music, including Elvis Presley, Alicia Keys and Lana Del Rey. One of Twenty One Pilot’s most well known video is of lead vocalist Tyler Joseph doing a rendition of “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Elvis Presley.

Not only are their albums popular, but so are their covers, making them distinct from most other artists.

“Adding to their incredible albums, I love their covers often more than the original artists take on them,” Bailey Baugh said.

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The original sounds of Twenty One Pilots also brings in a variety of diverse groups of fans.

“That’s the thing about Twenty One Pilots, they are unlike anyone else in the music industry.” Moroney said. “In the way that, in each and every song they find a way to put their very own spin on it, making everything they do so different from anyone else I myself have seen before.”

Whether one prefers rap, rock or folk, the band Twenty One Pilots has something for everyone. For more information about their upcoming tour, visit http://www.twentyonepilots.com/tour.

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