Rock 'n' roll is one of two jobs in which you are encouraged to set your tools on fire when you're done with them—the other, of course, is dentistry. Hear hot licks with this GrouponLive deal.
- $14 for one ticket to Puddle of Mudd (up to $27.50 value)
- When: Thursday, May 8, at 6:30 p.m.
- Where: Mojoes of Joliet
- General-admission standing
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
Puddle of Mudd
- Accomplishments: over seven million albums sold, a stream of #1 hits on the Billboard mainstream charts, and about 1.5 million likes on Facebook
- How they got their name: the band's first practice space was by a Missouri river levy, which often forced them to walk through puddles of what Missourians call "mudd"
- The album that brought them nationwide success: Come Clean
- Lead singer Wes Scantin's vocals are so searing: he made Hit Parader's list of "Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists"
- Puddle of Mudd single that's so muscular, it became the theme to WWE's Survivor Series 2001: "Control"
- Puddle of Mudd earworm that became ASCAP's most played song of 2002: "She Hates Me"
- Latest album of grungy originals: Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate
- What to expect at the band's live show: time-tested classics and maybe some headbangers from their in-the-works new album
Mojoes of Joliet
With two stories, four bars, and one massive soundboard that Phil Spector would drool over, the entertainment complex of Mojoes gives fans plenty of breathing room for full-lunged sing-alongs. Polished hardwood floors accentuate a cozy, couch-laden lounge area—a decided class that extends to the concert area in the form of a giant chandelier hanging overhead.
With two stories, four bars, a massive soundboard, and 12,600 square feet of room for music to roam, the entertainment complex of Mojoes polishes sonic heirlooms and gives fans breathing room for full-lunged sing-alongs. Polished hardwood floors accentuate a cozy, couch-laden lounge area—a decided class that extends to the concert area in the form of a giant chandelier hanging overhead.