Sleater-Kinney is a rock band formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. Sleater-Kinney featured the members Corin Tucker on guitar and vocals, Varrie Brownstein on guitar and vocals, and Janet Weiss on drums. Sleater-Kinney is part of the riot grrrl indie rock scene in the Pacific Northwest. The band’s debut self-titled album was released in 1994, followed by Call the Doctor in 1996 and Dig Me Out in 1997, all of which was a massive success for the band. Sleater-Kinney later released the albums The Hot Rock and All Hands on the Bad One, followed by one of their biggest records in 2002, One Beat. Following the album’s release, Sleater-Kinney toured with Pearl Jam throughout North America. In 2005, Sleater-Kinney released The Woods which was inspired by their long period of touring in the previous years. The band is also famous for their collaborations with other indie rock bands in the Pacific Northwest music scene. Sleater-Kinney announce in 2006 that they would be on an indefinite hiatus, though no explanation was given. When the bank broke up, they all went their separate ways to pursue various solo projects.
Sleater-Kinney eventually got back together in 2014 to record and release the album No Cities to Love. The band also announce that they would be performing together again in 2015, supporting No Cities to Love, throughout North America and western Europe. Sleater-Kinney performances are characteristic of their musical style rooting in the Pacific Northwest scene of indie rock, which includes punk and grunge influences, as well as their feminist beliefs which appear in the lyrical content of some of their songs. Their songs often contain social or political themes influenced by the punk, alternative, and indie rock scene in the Pacific Northwest. Don’t miss your chance to get tickets to the next Sleater-Kinney concert. Score big with TicketCity - your place to go for Sleater-Kinney Tickets.
Sleater-Kinney Tour – 2015
In 2015, Sleater-Kinney reunited to perform throughout North America and western Europe in sold out stadiums of all sizes. Sleater-Kinney’s 2015 reunion tour was in support of their 2014 released album, No Cities to Love, however, they performed many of their fan favorite songs throughout their musical career, including the band’s hit earlier releases. Sleater-Kinney performances are characteristic of their musical style rooting in the Pacific Northwest scene of indie rock, which includes punk and grunge influences, as well as their feminist beliefs which appear in the lyrical content of some of their songs.