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Propelled by the success of popular songs “A Decade Under the Influence,” “Cute Without the ‘E' (Cut from the Team),”and “Error Operator,” "MakeDamnSure" punk-rock band Taking Band Sunday has been earning fans one city at a time. Don't miss your chance to see Taking Back Sunday on tour LIVE! Buy your Taking Back Sunday tickets now!
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Taking Back Sunday Concert Tickets

Taking Back Sunday has been around since 1999, and their instantly-recognizable alt-rock sound brings fans to purchase Taking Back Sunday tickets whenever they are in town.

The band was formed by guitarist Eddie Reyes in 1999, but they didn't get mainstream success until their 2004 album Where You Want to Be which took number three on the Billboard 200. This was only surpassed by their next album Louder Now in 2006. This album peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 thanks to the popularity of the single "MakeDamnSure." Still, the band's potential was evident as they took their position on Vans Warped Tour in 2002 when they shared the stage with Alkaline Trio.

By 2004 the band was hitting the circuit with heavies like Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The Offspring. The band has seen a great deal of lineup changes over the years, eventually resulting in the original group finding their way back. The original band members are Reyes, Adam Lazzara, John Nolan, Shaun Cooper and Mark O'Connell. Even though the band itself has had five studio albums released, only two have been with the original members. Nolan and Cooper left in 2003, only to come back in 2010 for their self-titled album.

Even with the band's ups and downs, it is evident that their sound is here to stay, and they are likely not going anywhere soon.