Before we say goodbye to another decade and wave hello to the sci-fi future of flying cars and robot butlers in 2020, we're throwing down with our annual shindig. It’s RADIO.COM and ALT 105.3’s Not So Silent Night, happening Saturday December 7 at the SAP Center at San Jose.
Few have had the level of success that these bands had in 2019 and the decade as a whole. From GRAMMY wins to world tours to some of the most important albums of the past ten years - these are the bands of Not So Silent Night.
Twenty One Pilots
New engagements, a baby, even Ned. Life got big for Tyler and Josh in 2019, but they continue to shine the brightest on stage, bringing Trench around the world on The Bandito Tour. The band has the biggest Rock album of the decade, and keep getting better every frame.
Mumford and Sons
Mumford & Sons know how to close out a year, releasing their fourth studio album Delta as 2018 ticked away. A year later and they’ve traveled the world on their number one album, proving to be just as powerful and important as ever. In October they marked ten years since their debut LP, and they show no signs of slowing for the next ten years.
Well welcome back. The Raconteurs returned this year and deliver the excellent LP, Help Us Stranger. We can't wait to see Jack White and company bring these songs to the stage. You've been sorely missed.
You have to experience a show from The 1975 to completely get just how big and amazing this band is. Matt Healy pours everything he has into a performance trying to keep up with his own prolific music output.
Of Monsters and Men
Our favorite Icelandic friends made their return this year with Fever Dream, the group’s third album and their first in 4 years. Dipping into new sonic landscapes and ideas, the “Little Talks” band sounds more vibrant than ever.
White Reaper just shreds. Arena-sized anthems on their way to the next level with their new album You Deserve Love released earlier this year.