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Toad the Wet Sprocket

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About Toad the Wet Sprocket
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Decades, 90s
Hometown:
Santa Barbara, CA

Celebrating 30 years as a band, Toad the Wet Sprocket is still making music and touring with the same spirit of unwavering independence that started it all over three dec...
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The 2019 Summer Tour is underway. Come out and help us celebrate 30 Years of Music.
Posted by Toad the Wet Sprocket
a month ago
The 2019 Summer Tour is underway. Come out and help us celebrate 30 Years of Music.
Posted by Toad the Wet Sprocket
a month ago
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Fan Live Reviews
Jay Beadle
KCMO, MO@
Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
June 24th 2019
Incredible show!! Two of my favorite bands at the Midland Theater in KC baby! Great evening! Thanks for a great night of music!
June 10th 2019
Toad is just special! They sound as amazing as they did back in 1992 when I saw them for the first time. Contrary to a few other posts here The Depot is a great venue. Sound was phenomenal and staff was great. Windmills was outstanding!!!
It was amazing. Meeting the guys was an amazing experience. They took time to sign something for us. My first time at red rocks and it was great rain and all hah
June 9th 2019
Toad sounded great. I wish we'd gotten there earlier to be closer to the stage. We were out on the perimeter surrounded by drunken idiots who wouldn't shut up.
Reena
Dallas, TX@
House of Blues Dallas
May 21st 2019
I have been a TTWS fan since 1991's Fear album was released. They came to my college campus, University of Alabama in Huntsville, during the tour for that album. I fell in love with Glen Phillips then. Since then I purchased all of their albums, including their first two, Bread and Circus and Pale. I saw Glen during his solo career when he played in Birmingham, AL. I was totally bummed though when they split up. But when they got back together and released their newest album, New Constellation, I purchased it and have seen their concerts at the Dallas House of Blues the past several years here. Last night's concert was amazing as usual. I will continue to buy any future albums and attend concerts as long as they are together and tour. The thing I love best about TTWS are the lyrics. Glen is truly a poet and is definitely underrated. Please keep making music and touring. Love you guys! ❤️
Barry
Durham, NC@
Carolina Theatere
May 9th 2019
It was a great memory and experience for me. I was 58 and I had been a huge Toad the Wet Sprocket fan since 1991, when the “fear” album was released. I loved it (and still do)! I’ve purchased everything they released before and after that time. I have also purchased all that is available from Glen Phillips’ solo work plus his joint projects, Todd’s work with Lapdog, and most recently, Dean’s work with State Flower. However, I had not seen them in concert prior to this show. I also paid extra for the VIP Meet and Greet Experience with them. That was well worth the extra money, as I got to meet, talk and have pictures taken with Todd, Glen and Dean. They also played a wonderful three song acoustic session just for the VIP guests. They were very cordial, yet informal. Unfortunately, due to health issues, Randy was not able to tour with the band for the second consecutive summer tour. Josh Daubin did a great job on drums and long time friend, Jonathan Kingham, playing keyboards, slide guitar and also helped out with background vocals. Prior to Toad’s concert, the former lead singer for “Sixpence None the Richer,” Leigh Nash, performed a beautiful six song set with her husband on guitar. Toad then played a number of old hits, as well as newer ones from “New Constellation” and “Architect of the Ruin.” It was a great concert in a great venue and I couldn’t be happier. My adrenaline rush lasted at least a week past the concert. I cannot wait until August 18, 2019 when I will meet and see/hear them again in Cary, North Carolina, as they play at Koka Booth Amphitheatre. They will be equal co-headliners with Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Hope to see some fellow Facebook friends, who also take part in the Toad and Glen Facebook fan groups!
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About Toad the Wet Sprocket
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Decades, 90s
Hometown:
Santa Barbara, CA

Celebrating 30 years as a band, Toad the Wet Sprocket is still making music and touring with the same spirit of unwavering independence that started it all over three dec...
Read More