Rockers Hootie And Blowfish Back With New Album And US Tour
Isn’t it amazing that the popular Rockers Hootie And Blowfish are returning with their fresh album? The Band will wander US towns to perform in their 2019 music concerts.
Rockers Hootie & the Blowfish Announces Their Upcoming album and US tour
The ‘Let Her Cry’ Rock band is again in the town with their upcoming album. The group has also announced an official tour next year after a long-long 25-year break.
Fans are missing their favorite Southern pop-rockers, Darius Rucker, Mark Bryan, Jim Sonefeld and Dean Felder for a long time. The band was established in 1986 and got a major acclamation with their album Cracked Rear View (1994), which is the 19th-best-selling album of all time in the United States. The album received certified platinum 21 times. Moreover, this group has its seat in the Recording Industry Association of America’s list of the top-10 most popular albums of all-time.
In fact, nobody can forget those hit tracks, “Hold My Hand,” “Only Wanna Be With You,” and “Tucker’s Town” etc.
Rocker Darius is proud of his group,
“When the four of us get back together, we fall into the same dynamic of the band that’s always there. We’ve been a band for pretty much 30 years now. We’re just older now. There’s a lot less alcohol.”
The Rocker’s Plan For 2019:
Rocker is planning to release a single in the spring, however, the full album will get its show next year. Basically, The Group Therapy Tour will begin on May 30, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The Hootie and Blowfish band actually planned to visit 44 cities. Hootie and Blowfish will also attend the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The rocky music will further explore T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Madison Square Garden in New York and Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Finally, the tour will wrap up in Columbia, South Carolina on September 13.
The Rocking Band And Their Success:
The band which was hibernated for 10 long years, first met as students at the University of South Carolina.
This group from South Carolina-based band won best new artist at the Grammy Awards in 1996. The band had five studio albums and live albums on their list. However, their last album hit the market in 2006. Subsequently, the band performed on their last official tour in 2007.
Meanwhile, the four musicians from Hootie and Blowfish group play together at charity shows. After a decade of no performance, this quartet is again set to enter the rocky arena with all fresh numbers.
Eventually, nothing has changed for Rucker, the famous country star. He is contented with his own radio tracks like Wagon Wheel.
According to Bassist Dean Felber,
“We have a bunch of songs, and so now we are just working on it and getting them together and deciding which ones are going to be good and which ones aren’t going to be good. And then just kind of playing and writing in the studio.”