Toad the Wet Sprocket

with Peter More

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Wed Jun 5

Toad the Wet Sprocket

with Peter More

Doors: 7:00 pm
Start: 8:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$50-$125

After over 3 decades together, this alternative rock group continues to sell-out shows performing their Billboard-charting hits such as, “Walk on the Ocean”, “All I Want”, &“Something’s Always Wrong”!

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Genre: alternative rock


Ticket Price: $50 advanced / $55 day of show / $88 reserved loft seating (loft seating is available over the phone or in person at our box office)


Toad the Wet Sprocket Meet & Greet Experience - $125 (online / will call only)
Includes:
1 General Admission Ticket
Meet & Greet and Photo Opportunity with Toad the Wet Sprocket
Invitation to Exclusive Pre-Show Acoustic Performance
Limited Edition Event Poster
Commemorative Laminate







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Toad the Wet Sprocket

Toad the Wet Sprocket (Glen Phillips on lead vocals and guitar, Dean Dinning on bass and vocals, Todd Nichols on lead guitar and vocals, and Randy Guss on the drums) share in the kind of musical chemistry that can only come from meeting in high school and writing, recording and touring on albums over the course of those 25 years. After "Bread & Circus," they followed with "Pale" in 1990, "fear" in ’91, "Dulcinea" in 1994, and "Coil" in 1997, as well as some compilations and rarities compilations along the way. While most will feel the comforting familiarity of the Billboard-charting hits, “Walk on the Ocean,” “All I Want,” “Something’s Always Wrong,” and “Fall Down,” new fans will also be well familiar with their new hits such as “California Wasted” which continues to climb the charts. Even with a period of the band members weaving in and out of each other’s musical lives, the same creative curiosity that inspired the band to form in 1986 has brought them full circle to come back together again. Toad the Wet Sprocket’s current album New Constellation, was launched with an impressive #3 most funded Kickstarter Campaign in music for the year, was the bands’ first new album in 16 years when released in 2014, and features the singles "New Constellation," "The Moment" and "California Wasted."

Peter More

You may have heard Austin-based Peter More’s music produced by Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen, live on tour with Grace Potter, or supporting Leon Bridges in their hometown of Fort Worth, Texas. At turns contemplative and rousing, More's music is precisely executed, yet manages to feel original and uncomplicated; Music you want to hum along with and also hang on to every single line.


Over the years, Peter More and his bandmates have called many places home. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, More joined forces with Spanish flamenco guitarist José Juan Poyatos, Mexican bassist Diego Noyola, and French-American drummer Adrien Faunce in San Miguel de Allende, the colonial arts haven three hours north of Mexico City. The rest is…the beginning.