Been looking for a good show that sends you back in time to the 1990's? Well look no further,
because Third Eye Blind is hitting the road once again and you won't want to miss them when they hit the stage in style. While
they were a massive force in the 90's, they are so much more than just a 90s band. They have evolved over the years, while
still maintaining that epic Third Eye Blind style that millions grew to love.
They have become one of the most sought-after
musical groups in the country, with countless awards and accolades to their name. They continue to create and perform new
music as well as the hit songs that made them an icon in the 90s. They are currently working on their fifth album, and are
touring the country, making stops in North Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas and California. Third Eye Blind has had many
lineup changes over the years, but the current group is the best yet. Come and hear this killer band like they were meant
to be heard—live!
Third Eye Blind has become an iconic alternative rock band in their 20
years in the business. While their music is primarily what makes them a legend, they have also been known to give their fans
unique concert experiences that have also made them a talked-about group. During the band's early days, one of those unique
happenings was having a pinata on stage during concerts. Sometime during the band's set, the pinata would be destroyed, peppering
the thrashing most pit of fans with candy. During one concert in particular, fans were expecting the customary release of
the candy, but were instead pelted with live crickets. It is on-stage antics like these that have made this group an icon
in the music world.
About the Artist
Formed back in 1993 San Francisco, this alternative rock band has
released some of the best music around of the last two decades. They recorded their first demo that same year with engineer
and producer Mark Hensley vocalist Stephen Jenkins, guitarist Kevin Cadogan, bassist Arion Salazar and Curve on drums.
newly-formed band recorded their album in 1995 and 1996 with funds from RCA records. The demo, which was their third one,
helped the band gain major label attention. The ban also caught the attention of the legendary Clive Davis, who invited the
band to perform a showcase for Arista Records in New York City. In 1996, the band got the opportunity to perform for Epic
Records executives as the opening act for Oasis at the legendary San Francisco Civic Auditorium. The show was an epic showing
of the band's skills and charisma. And Stephen Jenkins' production of The Braids' cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" won
not only the favor of the crowd, but of record executives. The band soon signed with Elektra Records and began working on
their first album.
In 1997, the band released their first album. It included just five tracks, but that was all the
band needed. Their song "Semi-Charmed Life" became an instant hit, peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and taking
the No. 1 spot on the Modern Rock Tracks for more than two months. The band also gained national exposure by performing on
Saturday Night Live and earning a Billboard Music Award for Modern Track of the Year.
With an incredibly successful
self-titled debut album and many other successful projects, the band truly was living a "semi-charmed life." The success of
their first album is rare in the world of music, but earned them a legion of fans that are still just as enthused to see the
band perform live. And with the advent of mediums like MySpace and YouTube, the band is gaining a whole new generation of
fans. Third Eye Blind has emerged from the 90's landscape with a loyal fan base and a career that has taken them around the
world and back. It is obvious that this band still has a long career ahead of them.
the members of Third Eye Blind, the journey to success was hard, but not long. Although it took some convincing and prodding
to get record executives to take notice of the talented group of performers, once they got it, they were headed straight for
the top. With the release of their first, self-titled album, the band became instant music stars. Their single "Semi-Charmed
Life" hit a chord with fans and made the music world take notice. Since then, the band has had monumental success, and continues
to record and perform all over the world.
If you remember the vigor of 90s mosh pits, or
you would just like to experience one, then a concert featuring alternative rock band Third Eye Blind is the event for you.
With the same youthful enthusiasm and crazy on-stage antics, the members of Third Eye Blind put on a fantastic show that will
leave you wanting more.