The over 25 million album selling band behind “Hold My Hand” and “Let Her Cry” is back out on tour for the first time in more than 10 years
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Hootie & The Blowfish: Group Therapy Tour with special guest Barenaked Ladies
- How you know them: by their signature blend of blues, soul, and rock, ubiquitous harmonies, and the instantly recognizable vocals of lead singer Darius Rucker.
- By the numbers: The two-time Grammy Award-winning quartet has sold over 25 million albums worldwide and has notched 17 Billboard-charting songs, including “Hold My Hand,” “Let Her Cry,” and “Only Wanna Be With You” off of their 1994 debut studio album, Cracked Rear View.
- The success of Cracked Rear View: The album, approaching the 25th anniversary of its release, holds the honor of being the fifth-most certified studio album of all time at 21x Platinum.
- What they’ve been up to: After pursuing various solo projects, including Rucker’s country music success with nine No.1 singles, the band heads back out on tour for the first time in more than 10 years to support their forthcoming sixth studio album.
- What they’re known for: crafting songs that balance between silly and heart-tugging, evident on early tracks like “Brian Wilson,” “Jane,” and “Pinch Me.”
- When they hit it big: In 1998, when their knack for witty wordplay was on full display in the pop-culture reference packed single “One Week.”
- What else they’re known for: writing and recording the rapid-fire evolution lesson that is the theme for The Big Bang Theory and participating in the first “space-to-earth musical collaboration” with astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield on “I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing)”
- In 2018: The Juno Award–winning band celebrated their 30th anniversary with the release of their 15th studio album, Fake Nudes, an induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, and have had the mayor of Toronto proclaim October 1 as “Barenaked Ladies Day.”
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