Third Eye Blind rocks 2017 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series at Harveys Outdoor Arena
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What: Third Eye Blind
When: Sunday, July 16, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Harveys Outdoor Arena
Tickets: Start at $25
Legendary rock group Third Eye Blind is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the Summer Gods Tour, which makes a stop at Harveys Outdoor Arena on Sunday, July 16, as part of the 2017 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series.
“In recognition to their fans for 20 years down, Third Eye Blind will, for the first time in their storied history, play their debut album, considered one of the great rock records of all time, in its entirety, as part of a night of music including their latest, ‘We Are Drugs,’” states a press release from Kid Logic Media.
The EP dropped in October 2016, featuring sounds reminiscent of the 1990s.
“Third Eye Blind are clearly one of the most vibrant and volatile rock acts of the moment,” continues the release.
The band is comprised of lead vocalist and guitarist Stephan Jenkins, drummer Brad Hargreaves, bass guitarist Alex LeCavalier, lead guitarist Kryz Reid and keyboardist Alex Kopp.
“We have always had that punk ethos of ‘say what you mean no matter what’ and ‘show up when you are needed,’” Jenkins said. “I think that is more true of us now than ever. We haven’t gotten soft at all.”
“The release of the ‘We Are Drugs’ EP is the next chapter in Third Eye Blind’s legacy — a fully-realized body of work that incorporates the band’s perfect pop sensibility with an ever-present progressive intent.
“Jenkins utilizes his characteristic rhythmic vocal style and lyrical prowess on issues of identity, connection, isolation and authenticity while keeping a sharp eye on a culture in rapid change,” states the press release.
Don’t miss the group’s Stateline gig, which begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $25 to $91.28, and are available at http://www.ticketmaster.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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