Sorry, there are no Tragedy: All Metal Tribute to the Bee Gees and Beyond dates.
Tragedy is an over-the-top bombast of Disco, Metal, Glitter and Magic - the #1 Party Band. Born out of the impenetrable divide of Disco and Metal, the 6 fearsome brothers fearlessly obliterated the truce line that had been set in the great Disco/Metal Peace accord of 1977 when they seamlessly blended the two genres with the debut album “WE ROCK SWEET BALLS AND CAN DO NO WRONG” which was a collection of Bee Gees songs redone in the heavy metal treatment reminiscent of Iron Maiden, Guns N Roses and Aersomith.
Since then they have criss crossed the globe with their spectacular live shows and have already stormed the UK with 7 tours. Subsequent full length albums such named Humbled By Our Greatness and Death To False Disco Metal have seen them spread their glittered wings to take on non Bee Gees classics from the Disco era, and their new album “#1 Party Band will see them expand even further to tack soft rock anthem and party jams. If you’re allergic to smiling be afraid, be very afraid.
"Exploding on stage in a riot of spandex, leather, sequins and stunning facial hair, the Tragedy experience emphasizes fun and frolics, but it quickly becomes apparent that it’s not at the expense of the music. And that’s the kicker. You may not have them on your iPod, but there’s simply no denying the quality of these songs, metal makeover or not. Night Fever and Stayin’ Alive by the Bee Gees, We Are Family by Sister Sledge becomes We Are Tragedy, Slayer’s Raining Blood morphs into The Weather Girls’ Raining Men… even Abba get a look in with a sly-winking rendition of Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight). As they close out with Bonnie Tyler’s Total Eclipse Of The Heart (penned by Meat Loaf collaborator Jim Steinman let’s not forget), the words of Maximus in Gladiator spring to mind; “Are you not entertained?” Camp as a row of tents and with more hooks than hell’s cloakroom, Tragedy guarantee it."
"The greatest heavy-metal-meets-disco party you could possibly wish for."
- Metal Rules