Dave Matthews organized and headlined a benefit for those protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Dave Matthews Band will celebrate their 25th anniversary with an extensive U.S. tour this summer.
Thirty years ago, in Illinois, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson and Neil Young organized a benefit show to help raise money for American farmers called Farm Aid.
"It's always hard to leave home. My kids are getting older and smarter than me, so I toss and turn at night and need lots of coffee."
It may be hard to believe, but it's already been 20 years since Dave Matthews Band made their network television debut.
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Unlike so many of their jam-band peers, going all the way back to '60s acid-heads to '00s revivalists, the Dave Matthews Band know the value of song. Many of their numbers find new lives onstage, where the group's celebrated interplay thrives in places that could never be fully explored in the studio...
The Dave Matthews Band sounded pretty close to fully formed on their 1994 debut, ‘Under the Table and Dreaming,’ but their follow-up album, 1996’s ‘Crash,’ is the record where they become the Dave Matthews Band we know today. Their first album is wobbly, tentative and basically a gateway to their concerts, which were quickly developing a reputation as must-see events. ‘Crash,’ which celebrates its 17th anniversary today, began focusing on the songs.