Iron & Wine Singapore concert confirmed
Have you heard the good news too? For the first time ever, Iron & Wine will be playing in Singapore! Backed by his full band, Sam Beam will perform at the Capitol Theatre on the 14th May 2018. Out to promote Beast Epic (2017), the studio album is the latest addition to Iron & Wine's vast discography, which includes multiple EPs and singles, download-only releases and six studio albums. If you want to listen to his live cinematic songs in a unique and intimate setting, and sing along to tunes like "Time After Time" and "Naked As We Came", buy https://www.stubhub.sg/iron-and-wine-tickets/ca9984 Singapore tickets right here, at StubHub. Plus, you can also use our secure ticketing platform to sell any extra concert tickets you might have lying around.
All about Iron & Wine
This acoustic genius has amassed fans from Mexico to L.A. and with good reason! While he is mostly known as Iron & Wine, Sam Beam actually found his moniker from a dietary supplement called "Beef, Iron & Wine". The American singer-songwriter started his music career from the comfort of his own bedroom, where he recorded the song "Dead Man's Will" and started making demos. One of them reached Sub Pop Records co-owner Jonathan Poneman, who was mesmerised by the lo-fi recordings.
The Creek Drank the Cradle (2002) is Iron & Wine's debut album, which was shortly followed up with the home-recorded EP The Sea & The Rhythm (2003). While both albums have received many positive reviews and have been compared to those of Elliot Smith, Simon and Garfunkel and Neil Young, the lack of studio quality was noticeable. With this in mind, Iron & Wine released Our Endless Numbered Days (2004), Sam Beam's first full-length studio album. This release, as well as Sam Beam's cover of The Postal Service's "Such Great Heights", saw Iron & Wine rise to prominence. Multiple albums later, Iron & Wine concert tickets have become hot property. At StubHub you can find Iron & Wine tickets, that is, if you're fast enough.
Having a background in Arts and film, Iron & Wine can boast of a particular and individual style which includes multiple instruments like acoustic guitars, a slide guitar and a banjo, and uses the recording of ambient sounds to give songs a special feel. However, each album features a completely different style, ranging from 70s radio-friendly albums like Kiss Each Other Clean (2011) to R&B and Jazz-influenced Ghost on Ghost (2013).
With top songs like "Call It Dreaming" and "Claim Your Ghost", Sam Beam has enjoyed consistent praise and has become a steady bellwether of the burgeoning indie alt-folk music scene. Having collaborated with Calexico - resulting in the EP In the Reins (2005) -, Iron & Wine has gained a reputation for being best seen live. Let the songwriter take you on a journey of indie folk and cinematic sounds, browse StubHub and purchase your 2018 Iron & Wine tickets to see what this talented musician has to offer!