If you're looking for a unique musical experience, getting tickets to an Alan Parsons Project show is the way to go. The Alan Parsons Project formed in the U.K. during the mid-1970s. Engineer Parsons teamed with pianist Erik Woolfson to record a concept album. The album was a success and the group worked feverently to write and record more albums. "Don't Answer Me" and "The Eye in the Sky" are among the duo's most well-known songs. The songs "Turn of a Friendly Card" and "Days Are Numbers (The Traveller)" have been featured in film and television.