Since 1991, The Dave Matthews Band has been one of the most consistently popular touring rock bands. Its fanbase is known to come out to concerts in droves and Dave Matthews Band tickets almost always sell out. DMB is continuing its presence in 2014 with more performances throughout the summer.
|Current Tour:||2014 Performances|
|First Album:||Remember Two Things (1993)|
The Dave Matthews Band began performing together in 1991. The group independently released its debut album Remember Two Things in 1993. It sold well enough to get the attention of executives at RCA. The DMB signed with RCA and released their major label debut Under the Table and Dreaming in 1994. It was DMB's own grass roots efforts and the support of the college crowd that ultimately assisted them in the success of Under the Table and Dreaming. The album reached #11 on the US Billboard charts and spawned the hit singles "What Would You Say" and "Satellite."
Under the Table granted the band immense popularity, but it was the band's 1996 sophomore effort Crash that shot it into the mainstream. With hits like "Crash Into Me" and "So Much to Say," the Dave Matthews Band saw its album debut at #2 on the charts, achieve multi-platinum status, and win a Grammy award. The group's third album, Before These Crowded Streets, was their first to reach #1, and all of their albums since then have gone to the top of the charts. In June 2009, the Dave Matthews Band released Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.
On tour, the band has traditionally attracted the college crowd, who made the band popular in the 1990s by purchasing DMB tickets. The band has performed and recorded with a number of other artists such as Carlos Santana, Tim Reynolds, and The Allman Brothers Band. Don't miss the experience of DMB on tour.