Third Eye Blind

The ’90s were a decade defined by three main things: flannel shirts, spending-spree film montages set to alt-rock and three-syllabled band names. With such classics as “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Graduate,” “How’s It Going to Be” and “Jumper” all from their self-titled debut album, Third Eye Blind not only fit the tri-worded bill, but they also did their part to add to the decade’s fun-filled soundtrack (even though one of their singles is about suicide). And now they’re setting out to again place a musical footprint on pop culture by releasing their fourth album, Ursa Major . Jam to their new music and some old-school classics during the band’s performance at House of Blues and have yourself a little montage flashback of 1997, when you were high-fiving your friends as you smuggled Zimas in your new Geo Prizm.
Wed., June 24, 8 p.m., 2009


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