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Known for songs such as "Semi-Charmed Life," "How's It Going to Be," and "Jumper," Third Eye Blind was first brought to mainstream attention with its self-titled 1997 debut album. The band continues to be very popular on tour and in 2015 is hitting the road through the month of December. Find Third Eye Blind tickets on TicketNetwork.com for an upcoming tour date and enjoy the show.

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About Third Eye Blind

Third Eye Blind

Current Tour:2015 North American
First Album:Third Eye Blind (1997)
Resources: Official Website
YouTube Channel

Formed in 1993, Third Eye Blind, with original members Stephan Jenkins, Kevin Cadogan, Arion Salazar, and Steve Bowman spent the first few years recording demos and building its fan base, all the while attracting the attention of labels. One of its early outings saw the band open for Oasis. After a fierce bidding war, the band signed to Elektra Records and released its first self-titled album in April 1997.

Driven by its lead single "Semi-Charmed Life," Third Eye Blind had its breakthrough success. Both the album and single remain the band's most popular contributions to this day. "How's It Going to Be," "Graduate," and "Jumper" were also well-received.

The band's next three albums, Blue (1999), Out of the Vein (2003), and Ursa Major (2009), did not sell as well as the debut album, but still generated a couple hits from the second album, "Never Let You Go" and "Deep Inside of You." The band continues to be popular on tour, typically conducting at least one major outing a year.