Free piano sheet music from Panic! at the Disco
About Panic! at the Disco
Into the landscape of young bands who want to become famous, Panic! at the Disco made a memorable job.
Their musical style was a particular one thanks to the mixture they approached: pop rock, pop punk and baroque pop.
The bases of this band were laid into a childish way: every teenager who loves rock creates a band, composes songs and hopes to be noticed by a person who has roots into the musical area.
At the beginning of the road, in 2004, the band was formed by four young artists: Ryan Ross, Brent Wilson, Spencer Smith and Brendon Urie. Because they were still in college when they organized the band, they met some obstacles: by putting their musical career first, they droped school and that brought a lot of troubles.
As an example, Brendon Urie was kicked out of the house by his parents and he was constrained to live with his friends.
Despite all of those barriers, they did their best to make something out of music and they released the first demos. Ulterior, in 2005, they released their first album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. The album received positive rewards, even though the band brought in the landscape themes like adultery, prostitution, alcoholism or the holiness of marriage. It is possible that this rawness captured the attention of the audience.
On this album it is found the song that made them famous: I Write Sins, Not Tragedies. Soon, the song ranked number 7 on Billboard Hot 100 and earned important positions into musical charts in different countries.
Unfortunately, the band was modified because Brent Wilson was fired, but another bassist joined the band in 2006, John Walker. In this formula, the band released another album in 2008, named Pretty. Odd. They recorded this album in Nevada, at the Studio at the Palms.
The album contains old music influences from the band The Beatles and it had noticeable baroque effects. This album was, also, a catchy one, entering in Billboard 200. After the album was presented to the audience, another change was made in the composition of the band: John Walker and Ryan Ross left, Panic! at the Disco becoming a two-members band.
In this structure, the band released the song New Perspective and during their live performances, Ian Crawford and Dallon Weekes took part of the show. The two members who stayed in the band, Spencer Smith and Brendon Urie, released another album in 2011, Vices & Virtues.
The album also ranked into Billboard 200 and the number of sales was impressive.
In 2012, this versatile band officially added to her structure the bassist Dallon Weekes and they released the fourth album in 2013, Too Weird To Live, Too Young To Die! Two years later, Spencer left the band.
Thus, this band had a great contribution into the musical field. We thought their musical style is interesting and decided to make the piano notes for their songs. Take a look!
|Lineup:||- Brendon Urie|
- Dallon Weekes
- Kenneth Harris
- Dan Pawlovich
|Origin:||Las Vegas, US|
|Genres:||Pop Rock, Baroque Pop, Synthpop , Pop Punk|
|Labels:||Fueled by Ramen, DCD2|
|Official year when they were formed:||2004|
|Other members:||- Brent Wilson|
- Ryan Ross
- Jon Walker
- Spencer Smith
|Dance-Rock:||- A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005)|
- Pretty. Odd. (2008)
- Vices & Virtues (2011)
- Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! (2013)