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The Blues Brothers are a Chicago tradition that has spanned the theater, silver screen and stage with their one-of-a-kind comedy and music stylings. The band has seen some of the greatest blues musicians and continues to keep audience swaying to the beats in their seats. Purchase your Blues Brothers concert tickets now!
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The Blues Brothers Concert Tickets

Many acts from the iconic sketch show Saturday Night Live have made their way to the silver screen, but only one has lasted for decades and created two movies, a bar, 13 albums and even a video game - The Blues Brothers. Originally starring comedians Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, the sunglasses-wearing blues duo have made their name in the annals of music history, which is why Blues Brothers tickets are still such a hot item.

The Blues Brothers first appeared not in a sketch, but as a musical act on SNL, in April of 1978. They were so popular that they released an album that year, titled Briefcase Full of Blues. In 1980, the full-length feature film “The Blues Brothers” was released, which told the backstory of the two frontmen and their band, comprised of some of the greatest blues musicians of all time.

There have been countless performers who have backed up The Blues Brothers over the years, including Donald "Duck" Dunn, Willie "Too Big" Hall, Murphy Dunne, Cab Calloway and Sam "Soul Man" Moore. Belushi passed away in 1982, and was replaced by John Goodman in the reboot of the original film, Blues Brothers 2000. Seize your chance to experience a Chicago institution; purchase your Blues Brothers concert tickets today!