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Toad the Wet Sprocket

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

When Monty Python’s Eric Idle created the fictional band “Toad the Wet Sprocket” for the program “Rutland Weekend Television” in 1975, he never dreamed that anyone would ...
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Fan Live Reviews
Brian
Virginia Beach, VA@
Virginia Beach Neptune Festival
October 6th 2018
Great concert. Lots of songs. I have listened to Toad from back in my college days and they are still awesome.
Barry
Durham, NC@
Carolina Theatere
September 27th 2018
I purchased a VIP Meet and Greet package a la carte to get the most of the night. And, it was more than worth it! The large VIP group was treated to a personal meet up with Todd Nichols, Glen Phillips and Dean Dinning. Sadly, Randy Guss was not able to make the tour due to health issues. After a brief conversation with the guys, we each had a couple of photos taken with them. Then, we were handed an autographed 2018 tour poster. The venue did not allow pictures or video during the main concert, but during the VIP experience we were encouraged to take our own photos and videos. We were then treated to a very intimate, acoustic mini-concert of three songs and a lot of laughter. The concert began with a six song concert by Leigh Nash, formerly of the band, Sixpence None The Richer. She was very open and played a mix of Sixpence and solo pieces, accompanied by her husband on guitar. She was a great opening act. Then came the main event. And what an event it was! Toad played 18 songs, followed by a three song encore, ending with "Walk on the Ocean." The sound in the Historic Carolina Theatre is among the best for music in the Raleigh-Durham area and everything sounded wonderful. The song selection included pretty much all of their big hits, along with a band performance of the Glen's latest solo song, "Nobody's Gonna Hurt," which was a bonus track from "Swallowed by the New." To summarize, the evening, from start to finish, was an incredible experience for me, a very longtime fan of the band, whose first Toad concert was a dream come true.
July 27th 2018
My 3rd time seeing Toad. The venue has really good sound and I was very pleased about the fact that no matter if the songs were classics or of more recent albums they flowed wonderfully and sounded fantastic.
Duke
Austin, TX@
3Ten Acl Live
October 31st 2017
It was a good show till these 3 load ass , disrespectful fucktards showed by the left side of stage all coked up so they where louder than the band and would nor shut rhe fuck up😲
Barry
Biloxi, MS@
The Blind Tiger Biloxi
September 29th 2017
Unbelievably solid performance by all band members! Great song choices and a band that promoted a fun atmosphere.
Landon
Dallas, TX@
House Of Blues
August 12th 2017
Great show - they didn't even seem like they were having to try, they're talent seemed effortless! Show was only about 90 mins, but they packed so much in a short time. Great band, great venue, great time.
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About Toad the Wet Sprocket
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, 90s, Decades
Hometown:
Santa Barbara, CA

When Monty Python’s Eric Idle created the fictional band “Toad the Wet Sprocket” for the program “Rutland Weekend Television” in 1975, he never dreamed that anyone would ...
Read More