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Imagine driving down the highway, windows down, hair blowing in the breeze, tapping your Converses to "Semi-Charmed Life" - that was the 90's. There are few alternative bands that survived the downfall of grunge, but Third Eye Blind has pierced through the millennial boundary and proved that they have staying power. Third Eye Blind tickets give you a glimpse at the past, and a live look at the future of post grunge.
Third Eye Blind began their journey when they recorded their first demo in 1993. The alternative band gained the attention of Clive Davis during a Third Eye Blind Concert, but it wasn't until the band earned a Third Eye Blind concert spot with Oasis in 1996 that Third Eye Blind's cover of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody earned them a deal with Elektra Records.
Third Eye Blind's debut eponymous album was released in 1997 - "Semi-Charmed Life," "Graduate," "Losing a Whole Year" "Jumper" and "How's It Going to Be" were instant chart-toppers and Third Eye Blind tickets for Third Eye Blind Concerts throughout the country sold in record numbers. Third Eye Blind's 1999 release, Blue, wasn't as successful as Third Eye Blind yielding - "Anything," "Never Let You Go," "Deep Inside of You" and "10 Days Late." That same year guitarist Kevin Cadogan was released from the band, and Third Eye Blind tickets were available for one of the most popular Third Eye Blind concert tours to date.
After a two year hiatus, Third Eye Blind released Out of the Vein in 2003 and although the record received positive reviews from critics, the record was unsuccessful due to Elektra Record's downfall. In 2004, Third Eye Blind embarked on a Third Eye Blind tour with a spin: fans holding Third Eye Blind tickets were promised an intimate Third Eye Blind concert. Aptly named the "Within Arms Reach Tour" were close enough to touch the band. After four long years of silence, Third Eye Blind is set to release their fourth studio album Ursa Major in June, 2009 during the Third Eye Blind tour 2009. So if you have a love for the 90's and today, catch a break with some Third Eye Blind tickets and never let them go.