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Blues Traveler

A New York-based blues-rock quartet formed in 1988 by singer/harmonica player John Popper, guitarist Chan Kinchla, bassist Bobby Sheehan, and drummer Brendan Hill, Blues Traveler were part of a revival of the extended jamming style of '60s and '70s groups like the Grateful Dead and Led Zeppelin. Signed to A&M, they released their first album, Blues Traveler, in May 1990 and followed it with Travelers & Thieves in September 1991. Popper was in a serious car accident in 1992, leaving him unable to perform for a number of months. Fortunately, he recovered, yet he still had to perform in a wheelchair for a period of time. In April 1993, Blues Traveler released their third album, Save His Soul, which became the band's first to make the Top 100.

Blues Traveler's aptly named fourth album, Four, released in September 1994, at first looked like a sales disappointment, but it rebounded in 1995 when "Run-Around," a single taken from it, became the group's first chart hit. "Run-Around" became one of the biggest singles of 1995, spending nearly a full year on the charts and sending Four into quintuple platinum status. As the group prepared the follow-up to Four, Blues Traveler released the live double-album Live from the Fall in the summer of 1996. The group returned in the summer of 1997 with its fifth studio album, Straight on Till Morning. After completing his 1999 debut solo effort, Zygote, Popper -- who'd been experiencing chest pains for months -- was forced to undergo an angioplasty; weeks later, tragedy struck on August 20, 1999, when Sheehan was found dead in his New Orleans home. He was just 31 years old.

The new millennium saw a newly charged Blues Traveler, and their sixth record, Bridge, appeared in May 2001. The next winter, Blues Traveler released the live What You and I Have Been Through. The studio record Truth Be Told followed in 2003, and another concert album, Live on the Rocks, appeared in 2004. The group returned to the studio in 2004, releasing the Jay Bennett-produced Bastardos! in September of the following year. In 2007, Blues Traveler released Cover Yourself, a collection of previous hits reworked with acoustic arrangements. The David Bianco-produced North Hollywood Shootout appeared from Verve Forecast in 2008. In March 2012, the band released 25, a two-disc set (one disc of hits and key tracks and a second disc of B-sides, demos, and rarities) celebrating the group's 25th anniversary. It was followed in June by Suzie Cracks the Whip, the group's 11th studio album, which was produced by S*A*M & Sluggo, and featured guest spots from Ron Sexsmith, Chris Barron (Spin Doctors), and Crystal Bowersox. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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All I think about is Dan Conner lol
Great band here, brings back some good ole memories. Jamma jamma jam on boyz
cbtaqu
Blues love em!
Old times and blues traveler
I love at the end of kingpin when their all Amish lookin!
Has heart. I like this band. In the top 30s right now on my favorite band chart. Wow I'm a music nerd!
Fond memories of this tune..... love it
This song ❤️
lrbmortgage
HOOK!
'But Anyway' is my favorite song by them. Always makes me think of the ending of 'Kingpin,' when they're all dressed in Amish attire.
Relly good
dmclain2
This song makes me thing of a friend who had a bar band and they sang this song religiously and were extremely good at it! Yay Chantae!
Runaround is a Classic!
They were good at the first Napa bottle rock. The second br sucked
emmert9
Badass song!
hakdhd
Miss you
I've never listened to this song before. And me and my friend enjoyed it.
Or i guess its a keyboard
My neighbor is the pianist lol
TO TRAVEL ALONE WITH NO WOMEN I GET THE BLUES...
mcompton872
I've never seen
mcompton872
I ve never seen
beckypidgeon
Introduced to them on July 4th, 2011 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre , instantly fell in love. Can't wait to see them again. Thank you, Robert.
Nice, real cool jam! Can't help but rock it loud as possible!
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parkeastpodi a t r y
I saw this band 40 times in small bars in a college town in upstate new York and at the Wetlands NYC before they even released their second album. These guys could rock. RIP Sheehan. Long live Blues Traveler.... . a w e s o m e live shows.....Ha u n t , Ithaca NY....still got the tapes.
Bless up to Blues Travelers! They really rock the soul!
How can you write their bio on here and not wen mention one of their greatest songs hook which explains to us all that no matter what they say in their song as long as the hook is good we will buy into it
@nicko252008 Are you thinking of "Hook?"
Wow blast from the past. What was the other hit besides run around? they had a couple of others I remember.
I love blues traveler music?
It's amazing how music can be as meaningful and sound as fresh as the day it was written 24 years ago. Great music lasts forever. Such is why there is the phrase, Instant Classic. What a true conundrum.
gbelcher8
Love them...I was actually at this show in 2003 at Red Rocks...stil l one of the greatest shows of all time. That's Ziggy Marley in the background singing with Popper.
A fan since early on. Great tunes great fun, great shows!
loved them in high school saw them at Toads place in New Haven CT in 1990
blues travelers, awesome.
I remember listening to this song with my older brother
My hubby and I love
BLUES TRAVELER!!
ebeets1
Blues Traveler was one of the best commerically successful bands I've seen live this past decade, saw them in a smallish venue- loved how the band engaged with the audience, esp Popper. Smallish venue in Lawrence, KS, early 2000s, following Sheehans's death and Popper's heart trouble. (And I think before his run in with the law, but being from KS, we are more understandin g about gun nuts, lol). It was like going to see your friend's band play, in a way. Only holy crap, these guys are famous. Bee
ajp2247
god the 90s pop radio station on pandora is literally amazing...bl u e s traveler, OMC, Gin Blossoms, eagle eye cherry, two princes among many others
woodspritevi i
I LOVE PANDORA!!! I despise regular radio, and freely admit I miss out on some good stuff. I never new Blues Traveler, whom I like, did my favorite Bob Marley song, No, Woman, No Cry. Oh. My. Goodness.
Peace love and tranquility
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Look up brad helfrich on YouTube I get punched in the face
The second one was terrible but the first one was okay and the music was really good in both movies
im trying to hear some bt but i keep getting dave mathews and all kinds of other s**t
did anyone see the terrible movie blues brothers 2, a lot of the music was bt and they even did a cameo
Nobody rocks it on the harmonica like Popper!
so great
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