Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds Europe 2017 tour announced

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Tim Reynolds and Dave Matthews perform in San Diego on Sept. 23, 2010.

Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds will tour Europe in March and April.

The Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds Europe 2017 tour kicks off with two shows in London on March 20 and 21. The 15-concert jaunt ends April 11 in Porto, Portugal. It is the first time Dave and Tim have toured Europe since 2007.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Oct. 24 at 9 a.m. local time; Warehouse members may request premium ticket packages to some shows and participate in a general pre-sale that begins Oct. 19 at 3 a.m. ET. Check out the full Dave and Tim European tour dates:
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Bob Weir joins Dave Matthews Band on stage in Berkeley

The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir performed with Dave Matthews Band at last night’s concert.

Weir joined DMB on a 13-minute version of Daniel Lanois’ “The Maker” during the show in Berkeley, California. It was the first time Weir had ever guested at a DMB concert, but he did perform with Dave Matthews and Friends in 2006 and Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds in 1999.

The second of two DMB concerts in Berkeley also featured the tour debuts of “The Stone,” which opened the show, and “Can’t Stop.”

Watch Bob Weir and Dave Matthews Band cover “The Maker” last night:

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Dave Matthews to play Bridge School Benefit Concert

Headliners for the 30th annual Bridge School Benefit Concert include founder Neil Young, Dave Matthews, Metallica, Roger Waters, My Morning Jacket and Willie Nelson.

The Bridge School Benefit Concert takes place Oct. 22 and 23 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Norah Jones, Cage the Elephant and Nils Lofgren will also perform. Tickets go on sale Aug. 29.

Dave last performed solo at the Bridge School Benefit Concert in 2001. Dave Matthews Band played in 2006, and Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds performed in 2011.

The concerts benefit The Bridge School, which helps children use technology to overcome their physical disabilities.

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DMB Charlottesville show to air on TBS

State Farm Neighborhood SessionsDave Matthews Band’s 2016 homecoming concert is coming to television.

TBS will air portions of the May 7 DMB Charlottesville concert as part of a new program called “State Farm Neighborhood Sessions.” The show highlights musicians who give back to their communities; the DMB Charlottesville concert celebrated the band’s 25th anniversary and raised money for its Bama Works Fund.

The third episode of “State Farm Neighborhood Sessions” will feature DMB, following episodes from Jennifer Lopez and Toby Keith. The air date for DMB’s program is not yet available.

The DMB Charlottesville concert featured the debuts of three new songs — “Samurai Cop,” “Bob Law” and “Bismarck” — plus the full-band returns of “Sugar Will” and “The Last Stop” after six-year absences.

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New Dave Matthews Band song Plastic Girl debuts in Camden

Dave Matthews Band performed a brand new song at last night’s concert in Camden, New Jersey.

The new Dave Matthews Band song, “Plastic Girl,” was the sixth song played during the show. It joins “Samurai Cop,” “Bob Law” and “Bismarck” as new DMB songs that have debuted on this tour. The band also introduced four new songs — “Black and Blue Bird,” “Be Yourself,” “Virginia in the Rain” and “Death on the High Seas” — during last year’s tour. That means we’re up to eight known songs that could potentially be on the next DMB studio album, which has been in the works for more than three years.

Watch the debut performance of the new Dave Matthews Band song, “Plastic Girl,” here:

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DMB tailgaters sing their favorite songs

Syracuse.com had the genius idea to bring a video camera to the parking lot before last night’s Dave Matthews Band concert and record fans singing their favorite tunes. Check it out:

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Dave and Tim to play Farm Aid 2016

farm aid 2016 logoDave Matthews and Tim Reynolds will perform at Farm Aid 2016.

The 29th edition of the annual benefit concert will take place Sept. 17 at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia. Dave Matthews’ fellow members of the Farm Aid board of directors — Neil Young, Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp — will also headline the event. Additional Farm Aid 2016 performers include Alabama Shakes, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats and Sturgill Simpson.

Warehouse members may purchase Farm Aid 2016 tickets through a presale that begins Thursday, June 23 at 10 a.m. ET. Tickets go on sale to the general public Monday, June 27.

This year will mark Dave’s 15th consecutive appearance at Farm Aid. Overall, he has performed at the event 18 times — three with Dave Matthews Band, eight with Tim and seven solo.

Dave Matthews solo album in the works for 2017

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Brady Blade performs at the Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet’s 40th anniversary gala in 2013.

Dave Matthews will work on a new solo album next year, according to the drummer on his first effort.

Brady Blade, who drummed on 2003’s Some Devil and toured with Dave Matthews and Friends, spoke about the new Dave Matthews solo album on the Don’t Give Up Your Day Job podcast.

“Next year, I’m working with Dave,” he said. “I think he’s got to do another solo record, so we might get together on that.”

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Dave Matthews Band Crash vinyl due July 15

Dave Matthews Band will release its seminal album Crash on vinyl for the first time next month.

dave matthews band crash albumThe Dave Matthews Band Crash vinyl release will celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary. It will be available as a two-LP set on 180-gram black vinyl, and the audio is remastered from the original analog tapes.

Crash is DMB’s most popular album, having sold more than 7 million copies since its April 30, 1996 release. The album spawned the mega-hit “Crash Into Me” and earned the band its only Grammy, for Best Rock Vocal on “So Much to Say.”

Unlike the 20th anniversary release of Under the Table and Dreaming on vinyl in 2014, the Crash vinyl release will not include any unreleased material from the studio sessions. DMB recorded several songs that didn’t end up on the album, including “Get In Line,” “#36,” “Help Myself” and “True Reflections.” Several of those songs received later studio releases; “#36” became “Everyday,” “True Reflections” was on Boyd Tinsley’s 2003 solo album and DMB recorded “Help Myself” during the Before These Crowded Streets sessions and released it on the “Scream 2” soundtrack.

The Dave Matthews Band Crash vinyl release will come with an eight-page booklet of previously unpublished photographs of the band. It is available for pre-order in the Dave Matthews Band Official Store along with Live Trax 38, a Crash-heavy show from 1996.

In addition, a limited edition 150-gram color splash vinyl version of Crash is available exclusively through Amazon.

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Live Trax 38: 6.8.96, Saratoga Springs, New York

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Dave Matthews Band’s latest Live Trax release features a 1996 show heavy on Crash material.

Live Trax Vol. 38: 6.8.96, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York, is now available for pre-order in the Dave Matthews Band Official Store, and it is due July 15. Highlights include a “The Best of What’s Around” opener, a 12-minute version of “#36” and a “Stairway to Heaven” jam during “All Along the Watchtower” in the encore.

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