Third Eye Blind at the Tennessee Theatre 10-26-2017

On Thursday, October 26, 2017, Third Eye Blind played an unforgettable show at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville, TN.

 

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Stephan Jenkins, Third Eye Blind

 

Third Eye Blind released their first album, Third Eye Blind, in 1997, which means it turned 20 this year. The guests at the show were very diverse, proving that their music appeals to a very large demographic.

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The show began with their song “Losing a Whole Year,” from their debut album. Even though this particular venue has seats, you could feel the energy in the room; as if everyone was in the front row. The band remained mostly in the shadows during the first two songs, with their silhouettes shining from the bright lights behind them. This was a really awesome look and a fun way to introduce the band on stage.

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Kryz Reid, Third Eye Blind

After the band played their hit “Semi-Charmed Life,” the lead singer, Stephan Jenkins, joked with the crowd stating, “Okay, now we’ve gotten Semi-Charmed Life out of the way. If any of you just came to hear that song, that’s okay, I still love you.”

 

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Stephan Jenkins, Third Eye Blind

 

Third Eye Blind were the only artists who played during this show, making it even more of an intimate event for fans.

The setlist for the show was as follows:

Losing a Whole Year
Red Star
Narcolepsy
Faster
Wounded
1000 Julys
Semi-Charmed Life
Company of Strangers
Graduate
Back to Zero
London
Blinded (When I See You)
Slow Motion
How’s it Going to Be
Anything
Mine
Motorcycle Drive By
Crystal Baller
Jumper

Encore:
Never Let You Go
God of Wine

 

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Brad Hargreaves, Third Eye Blind

 

The band is currently nearing the end of their current tour,  Fall of the Summer Gods. with close to 20 shows left until the end of the year. You can find tickets for the remaining shows Here.

The band members are:
Stephan Jenkins – lead vocals, guitar
Brad Hargreaves – drums
Kryz Reid – lead guitar, backing vocals
Alex Kopp – keyboards, piano
Alex LeCavalier – bass

If you haven’t had the pleasure of seeing Third Eye Blind live yet, it is something I highly recommend that you do at least once; whether you like one of their songs or are a die-hard fan, you are guaranteed to have a great time at one of their shows.

 

-Haley

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