Your Chance to Win Tickets to Dave Matthews Band

Dave Matthews Band began 1992 with a Tuesday night residency at Trax that continued throughout the year. Word of the group’s unique sound quickly spread. Clubs started to fill up and tours began to cover more territory. The fan base grew at an incredible rate as DMB ventured outside its native Virginia to North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington DC, Pennsylvania and New York.

In January 1996, Dave Matthews Band received its first GRAMMY® nominations, with “What Would You Say” up for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and Best Music Video, Short Form.

Crash, Dave Matthews Band’s second RCA studio album, was released on April 30, 1996. It debuted at number two on The Billboard 200 and was subsequently certified seven times Platinum. Entertainment Weekly praised the GRAMMY-nominated album as “rootsy yet exotic.” “Too Much” was a Top 5 hit at Modern Rock radio, the first in a series of singles from the album.

The Crash tour launched on April 30 at Classic Amphitheater in Henrico, VA. The band introduced a new sound system, which helped take their live show to a new level, and also began capturing multi-track recordings of its shows. While on the European leg of the tour, DMB opened for Bob Dylan and Neil Young. The group headlined Madison Square Garden for the first time, playing a pair of shows in October.

RCA released Dave Matthews Band’s third studio album, Before These Crowded Streets, on April 28, 1998. The critically acclaimed recording was the band’s first album to debut at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 – and ended the Titanic soundtrack’s stranglehold on the top spot. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, Before These Crowded Streets featured such guest artists as Béla Fleck, the Kronos Quartet and Alanis Morissette.

Rolling Stone praised the band for pushing in “adventurous new directions,” noting: they play as if their lives – and yours—depended on it.” “Don’t Drink the Water,” “Crush” and “Stay (Wasting Time)” were among the hit singles, which is now certified triple Platinum.

The band was on the road from mid-April through December, touring North America, Europe (where DMB opened for the Rolling Stones on numerous dates in addition to playing a mixture of headline shows and festivals) and Brazil.

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Two (2) tickets to Dave Matthews Band at AK-Chin Pavilion (2121 N 83rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85035) on Friday, September 13, 2019.


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