Event - La Oveja Negra Productions & Sony Hall Present: The Ocean Blue - New York, New York - December 7, 2024 | concert tickets

New York, New York

Sony Hall

La Oveja Negra Productions & Sony Hall Present: The Ocean Blue

New York, New York·December 7, 2024
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Date:Saturday, December 7, 2024
Doors:6:30 PM*
Age:All ages
Seating:No, standing room only
* Subject to change
Sony Hall
235 West 46th Street
New York, New York 10036
Event description

THE OCEAN BLUE On Tour with Select Dates in 2024 Performing  First  Two Sire Albums - The Ocean Blue +Cerulean In 2024, the band will be playing a select number of shows, performing their first two albums in full -The Ocean Blue and Cerulean- in dates throughout the U.S. as they continue work on a new album (full list of tour dates below as they announce).Getting their start as teenagers in the late ‘80s in Hershey, PA, The Ocean Blue released their self-titled debut on the famed Sire Records that launched many of their heroes in the U.S., like the Smiths and Echo & the Bunnymen.

Embraced by MTV, the band quickly made their mark on the onset of the Alternative Music scene. Their early singles “Between Something And Nothing” and “Drifting, Falling” notched them Top Ten hits on College and Modern Rock radio, setting in motion a run of four successful major label albums, followed by a string beloved independent releases from 2000 to the present. With eight albums and several EPs under their belt (Sire/Rhino reissued their first three albums in 2015), the band continues to do what it has always done with more plans for touring and releases on the horizon.

The Ocean Blue is David Schelzel (vocals, guitar), Oed Ronne (guitar), Bobby Mittan (bass) and Peter Anderson (drums).

The Ocean Blue arrived as the 1980s drew to a close, and their debut record on the famed Sire Records label in 1989 seemed to summarize the best of the passing musical decade. With the release of The Ocean Blue, the band of four teenagers from Hershey, Pennsylvania quickly achieved widespread acclaim and radio & MTV airplay with top 10 Modern Rock/College Radio hits like Between Something and Nothing, Drifting, Falling, and Vanity Fair. They followed their debut with the dreamy and atmospheric Cerulean, which includes perhaps their most beloved song, Ballerina Out of Control. Their third Sire release and highest charting pop album Beneath the Rhythm and Sound featured the single Sublime, with a video of the band in the sublime landscape of Iceland.

The band's fourth major label album on Mercury/PolyGram, See The Ocean Blue, delved into wider 60s and 70sstylings but with the band's 80s DNA peeking through. The band left the majors in the late 90s and released several independent records in the ensuing decade, including 2000'sDavy Jones Locker and 2004'sWaterworks. In 2013, after a long hiatus and much anticipation, the band released their first full length record in a decade, Ultramarine, on Korda Records, a label cooperative the band helped launch that same year. The record was a welcome return for both long-time fans of the band and  a younger generation of like-minded fans, and it garnered widespread praise as one of their very best albums. In 2015, the band worked with Sire Records to reissue their first three albums on vinyl, and did wider touring in North America and in South America, where some of their most passionate fans reside. In 2019, the band returned with the beautifully powerful Kings and Queens / Knaves and Thieves, and has continued to tour for thisrelease and the newly re-issued vinyl of See The Ocean Blue(2022) and Davy Jones’ Locker(2023). The band is on tour with select dates in 2024 performing their first two albums in full.

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