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MIXED REALITY: Gin Blossoms’ Jesse Valenzuela On Life, Career and New Music!

MIXED REALITY: Gin Blossoms’ Jesse Valenzuela On Life, Career and New Music!

For many music fans, Gin Blossoms need little introduction. The journey began with their formation in 1987 in the Arizona city of Tempe; guitarists Jesse Valenzuela and bassist Bill Leen were founding members. After some lineup changes, the group coalesced around Valenzuela, Leen, Robin Wilson (vocals and guitar), drummer Phillip Rhoades and guitarist Doug Hopkins. Gin Blossoms’ exploded onto many people’s radar with their blockbuster 1992 album “New Miserable Experience,” which spawned four Top 40 hit singles, and established the Arizona quintet as one of the top rock groups of that decade. 

While more than 25 years passed since the release of “New Miserable Experience,” Gin Blossoms haven’t missed a beat. In 2017, Gin Blossoms began their first new album in almost eight years. Longtime producer and friend of the band John Hampton passed away in 2014, so at first the group considered self-producing. But at one of their shows, they met Don Dixon, producer of the Smithereens’ first two albums and a legend in power pop circles. The group booked time in Mitch Easter’s Fidelitorium Studio in Kernersville, N.C., working with Dixon as well as Easter, veteran of R.E.M. sessions. Now Gin Blossoms had a producer and engineer who helped define ’80s jangling power pop, a style that exerted a major influence on the band’s own musical approach. The results were undeniable as the Gin Blossoms are back in 2018 with their best set of songs in years on “Mixed Reality.” Releasing June 15, 2018 via Cleopatra Records, the powerful new album demonstrates the timeless appeal of Gin Blossoms’ music endured.

“Mixed Reality” shares the same timeless feel as “New Miserable Experience.” It’s packed with 15 songs, with Wilson, Leen, Johnson and Valenzuela contributing material. And once again, the mix of songwriters results in something that has that unmistakable Gin Blossoms sound. Built around the proven strategy of using the band’s deep songwriting bench, and packed with memorable songs that connect with listeners while transcending a specific time period, “Mixed Reality” may turn out to be as timeless as Gin Blossoms’ major label debut.

Jason Price of Icon Vs. Icon recently caught up with guitarist Jesse Valenzuela to discuss his life in music, Gin Blossoms’ new album, “Mixed Reality,” and what he has in store for music fans in the year to come.

Let’s go back to the beginning. How did music first come into your life?

I’ve always been a fan of music. I’ve gotten older now and my mother’s started handing over lots of photographs from my childhood. It seems that I always had a guitar in my hand as a kid. I do remember just wanting a guitar really badly and it was all I thought about at that age. I was playing in bars by the time I was 15. As square as it may sound, I learned that it all requires some responsibility! [laughs] By that I mean, you can’t get drunk at the shows, you have to pace yourself, stay focused and do your best job. I don’t know, I just always wanted to play music. I’ve been doing it for so long now, I’m 56 years old, so I have been playing for my livelihood forever! I never really had a job and I didn’t go to college, so it’s been my only career. With that said, I really respect it and I feel really prideful about it. At the same time, I do wonder, “What would have happened if I did go to college? What if I had choices!” [laughs] To be a guitar player/artist was all I could think of early on.

What are the keys to longevity to a career in music?

Luck is a key component. I’ve been a very lucky person for my entire life. I think my willingness and being around like-minded individuals.

The Gin Blossoms have a brand-new album, “Mixed Reality,” releasing on June 15th. What made now the time to get together for a new record?

Fortunately, and unfortunately, we are always together because we play a lot. [laughs] It is something that just sort of happened. These things take on a life of their own. A few songs are created and all of a sudden you get the feeling that you should make a record. The record is like two years now, for us, but it’s time to let it finally see the light of day! I’m used to making records at home and not having to travel. To have to travel to make a record seems kind of old fashioned to me and is something I haven’t done in a long time. Honestly, it felt like we were back in the ‘90s and we had to go to some studio! It was kind of exciting in that regard.

There are 15 tracks on “Mixed Reality.” Was there anything that didn’t make the record?

I think that everything made the cut. I think the idea of this record was that everyone got to record the songs that they wanted, so there wasn’t a cut process for the record.

Gin Blossoms are currently out on tour. How has your approach to touring changed through the years?

Ya know, we’re in a bus right now on tour, which has its own set of challenges! [laughs] I was in Long Island on Sunday and I flew home for the day and now I’m going to fly back to Ohio tonight for the show. Ya know, it’s nice to get away from it all every once in a while. We are grown men and we’ve been together for a long, long time, so it’s nice for us to get away from each other on occasion. It’s nice to get home for a day and get that sense of renewal. We spend a lot of time doing the same thing, so you have to find a balance. I think that has been a key to my life. If I can find a balance, then I can play a great show, get home and then pursue songwriting or just be around my family.

What can fans expect from the live show?

There are definitely a lot of hits that have to be respected and played, so that is going to happen. I think, sometimes, we play too many new songs but it seems to be working, so I’m not going to argue with it!

How have you evolved as a player and songwriter through the years?

Through the activity of writing everyday and playing guitar, you get better at certain things. You realize what’s important in your playing and songwriting, if you get lucky. Then, you hone in on that! Honestly, the biggest realization I’ve had his the importance of family. I’m just getting to the point in my life where I want to be around my family and find that balance of work and life, as I mentioned.

I know you do a lot of writing for film and television. How does that process differ from writing with a band?

A lot of times you are writing to screen, so you’re writing to pictures. Someone will send you something and they want you to interpret it. A lot of times, you go with your gut and whatever your initial feeling is and write something in that regard. There are other times when it pays to be able to arch and write against the picture and see if that fits. Those are generally things people try to do immediately. There are other techniques but those are principally the two big ones.

As you said, you lived your entire life in the music industry. What are the pros and cons of being a working artist in this day and age?

I don’t know any cons. I can only speak to my experience. For me, I just stay at it every day. As I said, I’m a pretty lucky guy and very fortunate to have a nice career. I still like to play music!

You still have many miles ahead in your career. Where are you headed?

I’m very excited about the new Gin Blossoms record, obviously. I don’t want to sound immodest or ungracious but I am also making a new record. I have a lot of it done and I’m working with some really exciting people. I’ve worked with Judy Collins. Ya know, the business has changed so much, I’ve been thinking about releasing a song a month, on CD maybe or whatever it might be, to give people a chance to check it out! We will see what happens. I recently worked with an artist named Rhett Miller from the Old 97’s. We wrote a really beautiful song and I recorded that. There are a series of songs I’m going to release and, I think, in 2019 I will be playing some acoustic shows, along with the shows with the Gin Blossoms.

What is the best lesson we can take from your journey as an artist?

Hmmmm. Well, maybe to be patient. [laughs] I don’t know if that applies solely to the music business as much as it does to life. I see that now because I’m older. I think I was a relatively patient person when I was younger. At the risk of sounding like a father, which I am and my son just graduated from high school, I really think that there are no shortcuts. I think you have to do your best everyday and the rest will come!

Thanks for your time today, Jesse! I’m happy to help spread the word on this great new album!

I’m glad to hear that! Thank you very much! I sure appreciate your time!

For all the latest news and tour dates for Gin Blossoms, visit their official website at www.ginblossoms.net. Connect with the on social media via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Gin Blossoms To Release Long-Awaited New Album, ‘Mixed Reality,’ On June 15th!

Gin Blossoms To Release Long-Awaited New Album, ‘Mixed Reality,’ On June 15th!

Cleopatra Records will be releasing the brand new album from one of the most successful melodic alt-rock bands still making music today, Gin Blossoms! “Mixed Reality” will be released on June 15, 2018. The Blossoms recently celebrated the 25 year anniversary of their seminal, multi-platinum album “New Miserable Experience,” which spawned the blockbuster singles “Hey Jealousy” and “Found Out About You!”

Gin Blossoms’ blockbuster 1992 album “New Miserable Experience” spawned four Top 40 hit singles, and established the Arizona quintet as one of the top rock groups of that decade. More than 25 years have passed since the release of “New Miserable Experience,” and now Gin Blossoms are back with their best set of songs in years. Produced by Don Dixon and engineered by Mitch Easter, “Mixed Reality” demonstrates that the timeless appeal of Gin Blossoms’ music has endured.

Says lead singer Robin Wilson, “I knew we were recording with Don and Mitch, and I managed to hack into a young version of myself to craft songs. All of us turned in our best work in 25 years. Regardless of commercial outcome, I know ‘Mixed Reality’ is special, and that we’ve lived up to our legacy.”

Gin Blossoms formed in 1987 in the Arizona city of Tempe; guitarists Jesse Valenzuela and bassist Bill Leen were founding members. After some lineup changes, the group coalesced around Valenzuela, Leen, Robin Wilson (vocals and guitar), drummer Phillip Rhoades, and guitarist Doug Hopkins. One quality that set Gin Blossoms apart from other groups was its deep bench: four of its five members wrote songs.

In 2017 Gin Blossoms began work on their first new album in almost eight years. Longtime producer and friend of the band John Hampton had passed away in 2014, so at first the group considered self-producing. But at one of their shows, they met Don Dixon, producer of the Smithereens’ first two albums and a legend in power pop circles.

The group booked time in Mitch Easter’s Fidelitorium Studio in Kernersville, N.C., working with Dixon as well as Easter, veteran of R.E.M. sessions. Now Gin Blossoms had a producer and engineer who helped define ’80s jangling power pop, a style that exerted a major influence on the band’s own musical approach. “We needed to be shaken and taken out of our element,” Wilson explains. “Working with Don and Mitch gave us the inspiration to reconnect with the very foundations of the band: where we came from as songwriters and band mates.”

“Mixed Reality” shares the same timeless feel as “New Miserable Experience”; it’s packed with 15 songs, with Wilson, Leen, Johnson and Valenzuela all contributing material. And once again, the mix of songwriters results in something that has that unmistakable Gin Blossoms sound. “As much as we are children of our influences,” explains Wilson, “we managed to do something that was both familiar and original.”

“We’re at the point now where we play better, we communicate better, we get along more,” says Wilson. “We’re more grateful. It’s a very full-circle thing for us to be releasing ‘Mixed Reality.’” Built around the proven strategy of using the band’s deep songwriting bench, and packed with memorable songs that connect with listeners while transcending a specific time period, “Mixed Reality” may turn out to be as timeless as Gin Blossoms’ major label debut.

Track List:
1. Break
2. Face The Dark
3. New Mexico Trouble
4. Angels Fly
5. Here Again
6. Still Some Room In Heaven
7. Miranda Chicago
8. Girl On The Side
9. Fortunate Street
10. Wonder
11. Shadow
12. Forever Is This Night
13. The JFK Shit Show
14. The Devil’s Daughter
15. Mega Pawn King

Catch the Blossoms on tour this year with special engagements alongside Vertical Horizon & Tonic!

Tue 05 29 18 – Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live
Thu 05 31 18 – South Bend, IN – Four Winds Field
Fri 06 01 18 – Eldon, MO – Shawnee Bluff Vineyard
Sat 06 02 18 – Alabaster, AL – Alabaster City Fest
Sun 06 03 18 – Greensboro, NC – White Oak Amphitheater
Wed 06 06 18 – Columbus, OH – Express Live! Outdoor Amphitheater
Thu 06 07 18 – Montclair, NJ – Wellmont Theater
Fri 06 08 18 – Big Flats, NY – Tag’s Summer Sound Stage
Sat 06 09 18 – Fairfax, VA – Celebrate Fairfax Fair
Sun 06 10 18 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount
Wed 06 13 18 – Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center at The Heigh
Thu 06 14 18 – Northfield, OH – Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield
Fri 06 15 18 – Indianapolis, IN – The Pavillion
Sat 06 16 18 – Springfield, IL – Bank of Springfield Plaza
Sun 06 17 18 – West Saint Louis Park, MN – Common Sound Festival
Sat 07 07 18 – Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest
Sun 07 08 18 – Rochester, MN – Down by the Riverside Concert
Tue 07 10 18 – Des Moines, IA – Simon Estes Riverfront Amphitheater
Thu 07 12 18 – Appleton, WI – Neuroscience Group Field
Fri 07 13 18 – Toledo, OH – Promenade Park
Sat 07 14 18 – Fort Wayne, IN – Headwaters Park
Wed 07 18 18 – Cohasset, MA – South Shore Music Circus
Thu 07 19 18 – Stamford, CT – Alive @ Five Outdoor Summer Co
Fri 07 20 18 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE – Outdoors
Sat 07 21 18 – Atlantic City, NJ – The Theater, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sun 07 22 18 – Lakeville, PA – Cove Haven Resort
Tue 07 24 18 – Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Wed 07 25 18 – Hyannis, MA – Cape Cod Melody Tent
Fri 07 27 18 – Chautauqua, NY – Chautauqua Institution Amphith
Sat 07 28 18 – Island Lake, IL – Sideouts
Thu 08 02 18 – Selbyville, DE – The Freeman Stage at Bayside
Sat 08 04 18 – Mount Tabor, NJ – At The Tabernacle
Fri 08 10 18 – Chamblee, GA – Chamblee City Park
Sat 08 11 18 – Suwanee, GA – Suwanee Town Center Park

To purchase Gin Blossoms “Mixed Reality”:
CD: https://cleorecs.com/store/shop/gin-blossoms-mixed-reality-cd/
Digital: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/mixed-reality/1383520725?app=itunes&at=1000lt9k

Official website: www.ginblossoms.net

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Gin Blossoms’ “New Miserable Experience” To Receive 25th Anniversary Vinyl Release

Gin Blossoms’ “New Miserable Experience” To Receive 25th Anniversary Vinyl Release

Gin Blossoms were formed in 1987 in Tempe, AZ, by lead guitarist/songwriter Doug Hopkins, Bill Leen and then-lead vocalist Jesse Valenzuela, (who eventually relinquished the lead vocal position to Robin Wilson before signing to A&M Records) taking their name from a photo of W.C. Fields in Kenneth Anger’s legendary Hollywood Babylon book, which depicted him “with gin blossoms,” referring to his rosacea-ravaged face. A southwest contemporary of bands like the Sidewinders, Meat Puppets, the Refreshments and Dead Hot Workshop. Gin Blossoms’ first full-length studio album, New Miserable Experience, came out on August 4, 1992, on A&M Records, followed four years later by Congratulations, I’m Sorry, on February 13, 1996.

UMe will now reissue both albums on black and limited edition colored vinyl on March 24, marking the 25th anniversary of the release of New Miserable Experience.

Recorded at the legendary Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN, New Miserable Experience was the follow-up to the band’s 1991 EP Up and Crumbling, and it was an apt description of the process. The band’s guitarist and chief songwriter Doug Hopkins was fired near the conclusion of the sessions because of his alcoholism, and then unexpectedly passed away in December, 1993, shortly after receiving his gold plaque for writing the hit single “Hey Jealousy,” leading to the title of their follow-up, Congratulations, I’m Sorry. Scotty Johnson, from The Feedbags assumed lead guitar duty following Doug Hopkins’ departure.

Upon its initial release, New Miserable Experience received lukewarm reviews and minor sales, but nearly a year later, the single “Hey Jealousy,” entered the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100, spurring A&M to re-release the album – with a brand-new cover.  New Miserable Experience went to #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and #30 on the Top 200, with “Hey Jealousy” peaking at #25 on theBillboard Hot 100, #20 on Top 40 Mainstream and #4 on Mainstream Rock Tracks. The follow-up, “Found Out About You,” went to #1 at Modern Rock Tracks, #5 on Mainstream Rock Tracks, #6 at Top 40 Mainstream, #25 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #38 at Adult Top 40. Other cuts from the album, like “Mrs. Rita,” scored in the Top 40 at Mainstream Rock Tracks, while “Until I Fall Away” charted at Adult Contemporary (#23), Mainstream Rock Tracks (#40), Modern Rock Tracks (#13) and Top 40 Mainstream (#13) and “Allison Road” scored at Mainstream Rock Tracks (#20) and Modern Rock Tracks (#39).  The album spent three years on the charts, eventually selling nearly 5 million copies.

New Miserable Experience is notable for the way the band captures its desert surroundings, as well as the people and events that affected them in a way that anticipates the alt-country movement that was to come. Rolling Stone praised the album, saying “it sounds both fresh and highly personal.” A deluxe tenth anniversary reissue of New Miserable Experience came out in 2002 with an extra disc of demos, outtakes and live performances.

That album’s 1996 successor, Congratulations, I’m Sorry, spawned two more hits, peaking at #10 on the Billboard 200, featuring the band’s highest-charting single to date, “Follow You Down,” which spent 10 weeks in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #9.  The multitrack hit scored airplay at Top 40 Adult Recurrents (#1), Adult Top 40 (#3), Top 40 Mainstream (#5), Mainstream Rock Tracks (#6) and Adult Contemporary (#22).  Two more singles, “Day Job” (Mainstream Rock Tracks, Modern Rock Tracks) and “As Long As It Matters” (Billboard Hot 100 [#75], Adult Top 40, Top 40 Mainstream) achieved multi-format airplay. The latter earned the band a Grammy nomination for Best Performance by a Duo or Group, where they lost to The Beatles’ “Free as a Bird.”  Thanks to a combination of non-stop touring and radio airplay, the album went on to sell more than 1.5 million in the U.S., but shortly after, Gin Blossoms took a four-year hiatus, returning to the road in 2001, and recording two more albums, including Major Lodge Victory (2006) and their most recent, No Chocolate Cake (2010).

Gin Blossoms continue to tour to sold-out audiences, performing over 100 shows a year with original members Robin Wilson, Jesse Valenzuela, Bill Leen, and Scotty Johnson.

Track listings

New Miserable Experience
Side A:
“Lost Horizons”
“Hey Jealousy”
“Mrs. Rita”
“Until I Fall Away”
“Hold Me Down”
“Cajun Song”

Side B:
“Hands Are Tied”
“Found Out About You”
“Allison Road”
“29”
“Pieces of the Night”
“Cheatin’”

Congratulations, I’m Sorry

Side A:
“Day Job”
“Highwire”
“Follow You Down”
“Not Only Numb”
“As Long As It Matters”
“Perfectly Still”

Side B:
“7th Inning Stretch”
“My Car”
“Virginia”
“Whitewash”
“I Can’t Figure You Out”
“Memphis Time”
“Competition Smile”

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Under The Sun 2014: Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth, Blues Traveler And Uncle Kracker Join Forces

Under The Sun 2014: Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth, Blues Traveler And Uncle Kracker Join Forces

Coming to a town near you!

Coming to a town near you!

Under The Sun, the annual summer festival tour celebrating the golden age of alternative pop rock ‘n’ roll, has unveiled a number of new dates with the promise of more still to come. Already among the year’s most eagerly anticipated treks, Under The Sun 2014 trek boasts a spectacular line-up that includes Blues Traveler, Sugar Ray, Uncle Kracker, and Smash Mouth, with other chart-topping stars from the era – including such iconic combos as Gin Blossoms and Sister Hazel – joining the caravan for selected dates. Under The Sun 2014 gets underway Friday, June 27th at Omaha’s Memorial Park and then continues through the summer.

Additional dates will be announced shortly – please log on to the newly launched www.underthesuntour.com for up-to-the-minute news and ticket information.
“Just got the news we added more dates to Under The Sun 2014,” says Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath. “Thank you so much America – your local promoters are listening!”
2013’s inaugural Under The Sun tour was among last year’s most popular and acclaimed events, earning ecstatic media attention with each stop along the way. Critical applause also came from all corners, withEntertainment Weekly officially declaring UTS13 to be “the coolest tour of the summer!” In addition to major features in such nationally read publications as Billboard and the Los Angeles Times, LATFUSA.com hailed the UTS show at Los Angeles’ legendary Greek Theatre as “a nostalgic night with unbelievable energy radiating from both the stage and the audience.” “If you missed this one, your loss,” noted Examiner.com, “it was amazing… a great show, very energetic and a real crowd pleaser.” Michigan’s Oakland Press applaudedUnder The Sun as “an upbeat evening of ’90s nostalgia… a funny four-hour package show of pop and alternative hits from the final decade of the 20th century,” while the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette praised the “packed” Stage AE date, noting, “each of the groups has a sizable following that will continue to fill venues for years to come, no matter how far they are removed from their youth… Their childhood soundtracks haven’t missed a beat.” “What a remarkable time,” raved OmahaNightlife.com, “what a happy night, what a show.”ColumbusUnderground.com summed it up best, decreeing Under The Sun 2013 to be “one of the best shows I’ve seen on the outdoor stage… a celebration of the last great era for alternative music that delivered exactly as expected, all with the promise of another show next year that could again become one of the highlights on the summer calendar.”
The Under The Sun headliners were all also over the airwaves, making an array of high profile TV appearances. Among the most memorable moments was a week’s worth of showcase performances on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz with Carrie Keagan, live from the famed Sunset Plaza House high in the Hollywood Hills. Those live performances and interviews can be viewed now exclusively via VH1.com. Highlights include Smash Mouth performing “Walkin’ On The Sun” (http://on.vh1.com/117SUIv), while Sugar Ray can be seen performing both “Someday” (http://on.vh1.com/11vuASh) and “Fly” (http://on.vh1.com/17JlGS0).
For updated tour information, log on to www.underthesuntour.com.
UNDER THE SUN 2014
Blues Traveler * Sugar Ray
Uncle Kracker * Smash Mouth
Special Guests Gin Blossoms / Sister Hazel (On Selected Dates)
JUNE
27       Omaha, NE                             Memorial Park
28       Riverside, IA                           Riverside Casino & Golf Resort *
29       Springfield, IL                                    Outdoor Pavilion
JULY
2          Alton, IL                                  Alton Riverfront Amphitheatre *** ‡
4          Morrison, CO                          Red Rocks Amphitheater
5          Kansas City, MO                    Crossroads **
6          Aurora, IL                               River Edge Park **
8          Columbus, OH                        LC Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheatre
10       Traverse City, MI                   National Cherry Festival
11       Clarkston, MI                         DYE Energy Music Theatre
12       Fort Wayne, IN                      Hanning & Bean Plaza @ Three Rivers Festival
13       Pittsburgh, PA                       Stage AE – Outdoors
17       Oshkosh, WI                           Leach Amphitheatre
18       Prior Lake, MN                       Lakefront Music Fest
19       Hammond, IN                                    Wolf Lake Memorial Park – The Pavilion **
20       Kettering, OH                         Fraze Pavilion
22       Boston, MA                             House of Blues
23       Jim Thorpe, PA                      Penn’s Peak ***
24       Stamford, CT                          Alive At Five Concert Series *
25       Asbury Park, NJ                     Stone Pony Summerstage
26       Atlantic City, NJ                      Trump Taj Mahal – Mark Etess Arena
27       Solomons, MD                        Calvert Marine Museum *** †
29       Huntington, NY                      The Paramount
30       Glen Allen, VA                        Innsbrook After Hours Concert Series
AUGUST
1          Raleigh, NC                             Red Hat Amphitheatre
2          Atlanta, GA                             Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
3          Clearwater, FL                       Ruth Eckerd Hall
5          San Antonio, TX                     Majestic Theatre *
7          Albuquerque, NM                 Route 66 *
(CONTINUED)
                              UNDER THE SUN 2014
Blues Traveler * Sugar Ray
Uncle Kracker * Smash Mouth
Special Guests Gin Blossoms / Sister Hazel (On Selected Dates)
 
AUGUST (Cont’d)
8          Las Vegas, NV                         Golden Nugget
9          Valley Center, CA                   Harrah’s Rincon Hotel & Casino
11       Saratoga, CA                           The Mountain Winery
12       Los Angeles, CA                      The Greek Theatre
13       Paso Robles, CA                     Vino Robles Amphitheatre
15       Marysville, WA                       Tulalip Resort Casino **
ADDITIONAL DATES & INFORMATION TO BE ANNOUNCED
 
* w/o Uncle Kracker
** w/o Smash Mouth
*** w/o Blues Traveler
† w/Gin Blossoms
‡ w/Sister Hazel

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