Yeah Yeah Yeahs Bring Fever to Tell Documentary to Aragon Ballroom 5/29
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have been making music for almost 20 years. The group has mastered the art of garage punk and aren’t afraid to experiment with their talents. Their sound has varied from screams to serenades and their reach goes around the world. The trio, hailing from New York, is fronted by none other than Karen O, named one of the most influential fronts of a group early in her career. Karen O is a powerhouse of a woman, but the group as a whole make the Yeah Yeah Yeahs unique.
The YYY’s debut LP Fever to Tell made headlines with tracks like “Date with the Night” and “Maps.” The world hadn’t seen such an outspoken band since the grunge days of the 90’s. Karen O, Nick Zinner, and Brian Chase took the world by storm with their outlandish live shows and insane stage presence. The group is currently on tour to celebrate the anniversary of Fever to Tell, the kickstart to their worldwide success. On May 29th, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are bringing a special Fever to Tell era documentary to the stage at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom before they perform their best and biggest tracks. This tour is one for the memory books, so don’t miss out on your opportunity to see Karen O sweat on stage.