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Third Eye Blind Tickets

A modern rock band that experienced enormous success in the 1990s and a resurgence in popularity in the last several years, Third Eye Blind is a band that has worked hard to reach the top.

The History of Third Eye Blind Tickets

Third Eye Blind began their meteoric rise to fame in 1997, but their beginnings began a few years earlier in 1993, when they released their first demo. The release of their second demo in 1995 finally caught the eye of none other than Clive Davis, who invited the band to perform for a showcase for Arista Records.

The band experienced a big break a year later when, in 1996, they landed a gig as the opening act for Oasis at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium. After another successful showcase in Los Angeles, Third Eye Blind signed with Sylvia Rhone of Elektra Records and released their first album, Third Eye Blind, in 1997.

This album catapulted the group into super stardom due to its huge hit singles, "Semi-Charmed Life," "Graduate," "How's it Going to Be," "Losing a Whole Year" and "Jumper." As a result, Third Eye Blind's debut album peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and stayed number one on the Modern Rock Tracks for eight weeks.

Their debut album sold seven million copies in the United States alone. Third Eye Blind tickets sales soared during this time and the band opened for U2 during the PopMart tour. Third Eye Blind tickets continued to sell as the band toured and made appearances throughout the country. Then, in 1999, they released their second album, Blue, and it sold 75,000 copies during the first week of release. By 2003, the album had sold 1.25 million copies.

Early 2000 saw trials and tribulations for the band.  Kevin Cadogan, who was released under mysterious circumstances from the band, filed a wrongful termination suit. Although the lawsuit was settled out of court in June 2002, it nevertheless had an impact on Third Eye Blind tickets sales.

After a long stint touring internationally and experiencing successful Third Eye Blind tickets sales, the band took a break and spent the next few years only performing at charity events. After a four-year break, Third Eye Blind tickets sales became brisk again due to the release of their next album, Out of the Vein in March 2007.

Due to a loss of record company support, the band was unable to release another album until Ursa Major on August 17, 2009 was released under their own label, Mega Collider Records.

Third Eye Blind Tickets: What to Expect

Third Eye Blind, according to Jenkins, said in Interview: "Music was always the thing that compelled me the most. There's something about a four-minute song that creates this complete world you can step into."

Third Eye Blind Tickets: Who Should Attend?

Third Eye Blind, although often categorized as a post-grunge rock group, actually released many brighter-sounding songs than those of other bands of their time.  Whether you love brooding rock or peppier grunge, Third Eye Blind concerts can fit the bill perfectly.

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