Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers are playing with Regina Spektor a SOLD OUT show April 19th at the 1st Bank Center. (There was a second date added on 4/18 and there are still tix available for that show, get concert details here.)

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  • second show added- Wednesday, April 18th
  • 1stBANK Center, Broomfield
  • Ticket Prices: $49.50 – $99.50

Drawing from the ranks of his high school friends, Petty founded his first band, the Sundowners. As often happens, the band metamorphosed into the Epics and, eventually, Mudcrutch. After pulling together a demo tape in the living room of past and future bandmate Benmont Tench, Petty took his show on the road, leading his bandmates to Los Angeles to pursue fame and ...fortune. By 1974, the band found a home on Shelter Records and released a single, Depot Street . Despite some critical attention, the band fizzled and soon disbanded. Never one to give up, Petty enlisted Mudcrutch members Tench (keyboards) and Mike Campbell (guitar), along with Gainesville musicians Ron Blair (bass) and Stan Lynch (drums) to form the now famous lineup that was dubbed Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. They released their first album, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on November 1976. In 2006, the band celebrated the 30th anniversary of that release

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