Ten Years After
Still Going Strong 2013
Ten Years After - 40 years and still rockin’
With legendary hits like “Love like a man” and “Going Home”, the blues rock band Ten Years After is touring the world.
There are bands whose names bring joy to the hearts of music fans. Ten Years After surely is one of those. And although they’ve been rocking the world for over 40 years, their music has never grown old or out of fashion. “TYA” will tour again and celebrate their 40 years in the business.
When the band first startet, their career seemed to be ill-fated: no one wanted to listen to blues rock back in the late 1960s. But the band continued to do what they can do best and their fans now love them for: blues rock.
After the first record releases the band started their European tour. Then they toured the United States - and then: Woodstock!! TYA exposed their jazz, blues, rock amalgam to a large audience who were blown away by the intensity of the band’s performance. Ten Years After established themselves a place in rock history. Today their blues rock is still fresh and easy going. Their rhythms are intoxicating, their solos captivating - the interaction is perfect: Ric Lee on drums, Leo Lyons on bass guitar, Chick Churchill on keyboards, Joe Gooch on guitar. The band successfully transfers their music to the new millennium.
Ten Years After……Now, the band’s comeback studio album, was released in 2004. Throughout 2004 the band toured Germany, Belgium, Holland, Italy, Switzerland, Scandinavia, France, Czech Republic and Canada. 2005 proved to be even busier with tours completed in Europe and concerts being finalized for 2006 in USA & Canada, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Dubai and many other territories.
August 2005 saw the release of TYA’s double live album “Roadworks” in Europe to great critical acclaim. The band toured Europe and the USA relentlessly during 2005, 06, 07 and 08 but somehow managed to find time to record a bunch of new material.
After some more highly acclaimed shows in the summer of 2008, see the Rock of Ages festival in D-Seebronn among others, TYA released their latest studio album “Evolution” in November 2008.
Ten Years After will tour again in 2012 with the energy and enthusiasm it had when the fire was first lit way back in 1967. Seeing the legendary blues band live, who wrote rock history, is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!
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