Collective Soul – 2014 Concert Schedule
Since they first rose to fame after their hit song, "Shine," Collective
Soul have continued to tour and record. For the past 20 years, they have been bringing their music to fans all over, and they
are now underway on another exciting concert tour. Collective Soul are slated to appear at venues and events like Vetter Stone
Amphitheater in Mankato, Sioux Empire Fair, Sturgis' Buffalo Chip Campground, Fairbanks' Blue Loon, Chilkoot Charlie's in
Anchorage, Southwest Washington Fair in Chehalis, Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden, Stafford's Redneck Country Club, The
Golden Nugget in Biloxi, The Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. Pleasant, State Fair of Texas in Dallas, and many more. With so many
tour dates lined up for this year, fans all over will have the opportunity to catch a show during this year's tour. If you're
a fan of Collective Soul, there's no better time than now to get your tickets. Be sure to head over to StubHub for your Collective
Soul concert tickets, and have a blast at the show!
About Collective Soul
Collective Soul first appeared
on the scene in the 1990s, with the release of their debut studio album, "Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid." The album's
hit song "Shine" led the album to success, with a number 1 position on the Top Heatseekers chart, and number 15 on the Billboard
200 chart. "Shine" ended up topping the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, reaching number 4 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart, and
number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid" was proving to be a great start for the
rock band, and "Shine" was gaining heavy rotation on radio stations across America.
Collective Soul returned in 1995
with a self-titled album for their sophomore release, also known as the "Blue Album." The album ended up achieving triple
platinum status, with a number 23 position on the Billboard 200 chart. Singles from the album included "December," "Gel,"
"Smashing Young Man," "The World I Know," and "Where the River Flows."
By 1997, Collective Soul had released their third
studio album, "Disciplined Breakdown," which climbed to the number 16 position on the Billboard 200 chart. The album produced
the hit single, "Previous Declaration," which made it to the top of the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and "Listen," which
also topped the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Their next album, "Dosage," was likewise a success, peaking at number 21 on
the chart, and spawning the single "Heavy," which went on to top the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, where it remained for 15
weeks. Collective Soul continued to regularly release albums in the decade that followed, including "Blender" in 2000, "Youth"
in 2004, "Afterwords" in 2007, and "Collective Soul" in 2009.
Collective Soul's Breakthrough Album
Soul got their big break with their hit single "Shine," which came from the album, "Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid."
After the whirlwind success of "Shine," Collective Soul returned with their second studio album, which quickly climbed to
the number 23 position on the Billboard 200 chart, and spawned popular tracks like "December," "Smashing Young Man," "The
World I Know," and "Where the River Flows." Continuing on their streak of success, Collective Soul released their third studio
album, "Disciplined Breakdown," which produced the number 1 hit, "Previous Declaration." Collective Soul would continue to
have a number of popular albums that followed, including "Dosage," "Blender," "Youth," and more. Their most recent album,
"See What You Started By Continuing," is slated for a release date in August or September of 2014.
How did Collective Soul come up with their band name?
Collective Soul came up with their band name
by taking a phrase from Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead, because they thought it had a nice ring to it.
the 1990s, alternative rock bands began cropping up in the wake of the grunge movement. One of the most popular post-grunge
bands to form during this time was Collective Soul. After their smash hit, "Shine," they continued to dominate the charts,
and it seemed that you could hear their hits blasting from nearly every radio station and stereo. This iconic rock band from
the 90s is now heading out on another tour, and you will get to hear hits like "December," "Gel," "Smashing Young Man," "Shine,"
and "The World I Know" performed live. Collective Soul is also slated to release a new album later this summer, so fans might
even get to hear a sneak peek of the material on the highly anticipated new album. Whether you've been a longtime fan of Collective
Soul since they first debuted, or you just recently started getting into their music, their shows are a blast for any fan
of rock music. Be sure to check out one of their concerts during their upcoming tour.