Some close friends of the band have assembled a thorough survey
designed to help gather important information on the band's fan base.
To sweeten the pot a little bit, the band is offering two VIP
tickets to the show of your choice to one lucky survey-taker. The
results of the survey will be used to help the band decide how to
better serve its fans in the future, so take a few minutes and fill
it out, if you're so inclined.
Within hours of the announcement below, several more dates had been
announced for Blues Traveler's summer tour. As predicted, the tour
looks like it will start in late May with dates in the south, continue
into June (most dates yet to be determined) and then run through Red
Rocks in July and into August. While several new dates are out now,
the rest of the tour schedule should flesh out over the next few
weeks. Keep checking back at the tour dates
page to find out when the band will be hitting your town.
In the "bad news travels fast" category, it has been confirmed that
John Popper was arrested in Texas for possession of less than two
ounces of marijuana. As reported by the New York Post's Page Six:
As usual, the Smoking Gun (www.thesmokinggun.com) was on the case, digging
up a mug shot only hours after the story broke.
HARD-PARTYING Blues Traveler frontman John Popper was arrested for
marijuana possession Sunday while driving through Sweetwater, Texas. The
band was putting the finishing touches on its upcoming album "Truth Be
Told" when the bust went down. A rep for the Sweetwater sheriff's office
confirmed to PAGE SIX that Popper was arrested Sunday and posted bond the
next day, charged with a class B misdemeanor for carrying less than 2
ounces of pot. A rep for the band says, "Hopefully, this will just go