Quick Hit: Blues Traveler
Todd Harrold Trio will open for national act at The Clyde
Blues Traveler burst onto the scene in 1987 and hit the ground running with a trio of gold albums. However, it was their fourth album, Four, released in 1994, that sent the band over the top, selling more than 6 million copies on the strength of the mega-hit “Run-Around,” which garnered a Grammy for Best Rock Performance By a Duo or Group, and the Top 40 charting “Hook.”
The band logged another platinum album with Straight on Till Morning in 1998 and has traveled the world ever since, bringing their often-improvisational live show to eager audiences worldwide.
Harmonica-touting frontman John Popper and company will be stopping by The Clyde Theatre on Sept. 17 for a performance to celebrate 35 years as a band, with local legends Todd Harrold Trio kicking off the evening.