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
‘Before These Crowded Streets,’ the Dave Matthews Band’s third album, was their first to reach No. 1. More importantly, it’s their first record to reach some sort of balance between the band’s live shows and its oft-neglected songwriting. Prior to ‘Before These Crowded Streets,’ which celebrates its 15th anniversary today, the group pretty much treated their albums like the Grateful Dead treated t
The Dave Matthews Band’s fourth album was supposed to be their fourth with producer Steve Lillywhite, who helped steer the group to fame and its first No. 1 with 1998’s ‘Before These Crowded Streets.’ But the album they made with Lillywhite (which included some of the darkest material they ever recorded) was eventually scrapped, and they headed back into the studio with Alanis Morissette’s produce
The Dave Matthews Band have announced their summer 2013 in support of their latest album, 'Away From the World,' which came out last year. Like most summers for the past 20 or so years, Matthews will spend three months on the road playing career-spanning sets in outdoor amphitheaters for sun-kissed audiences.
The lineup for the 2013 edition of the New Orleans Jazzfest has been announced, and the Dave Matthews Band, the Black Keys, Phoenix and Frank Ocean are among the artists lined up for the annual event, which this year runs two weekends: April 26-28 and May 2-5.
The holiday music magic continues. Dave Matthews Band appeared on last night's 'Late Show With Jimmy Fallon,' performing 'Christmas Song,' a tune that goes all the way back to DMB's first record, the 1993 live indie release 'Remember Two Things.'
Dave Matthews Band have pledged a donation of $1 million to assist victims of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, announcing plans to set aside proceeds from their Nov. 30 gig at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., for the cause. That show, the first of two nights at the arena, is also the opening night of a three-week North American DMB tour that is scheduled through a Dec. 22 gig in Philadelphi
The Washington Post is reporting that, on Saturday (Nov. 3), Dave Matthews will appear with President Barack Obama and former president Bill Clinton at a rally. The event will take place at 7:00PM at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Va., 40 miles outside Washington, D.C.