Stefan Lessard participated in the popular ALS fundraiser, and now he's challenging his fellow members of Dave Matthews Band to do the same.
Pearl Jam's Mike McCready took the Ice Bucket Challenge, the Internet sensation in which people take videos of themselves dumping buckets of ice water on their heads to raise money for and awareness of ALS.
A source with direct knowledge tells DMBnews.net that Dave Matthews wants to finish the 10-year-old song and put it on DMB's next studio album.
Dave Matthews Band entered the studio with producer Rob Cavallo earlier this year but hasn't done much work on the new album since embarking on its 2014 tour, Stefan Lessard tells Rolling Stone.
Today's Throwback Thursday photo shows Stefan Lessard at Dave Matthews Band's Oct. 21, 2006 performance at the Bridge School Benefit.
Two thousand copies of Dave Matthews Band's Live Trax 4 on vinyl will go on sale as part of Record Store Day 2014.
"Stripped," a documentary film about comics strips, features interviews with more than 90 cartoonists and music by DMB's own Stefan Lessard.
Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, a friend of Stefan Lessard, played "Rhyme and Reason" with Dave Matthews Band. Check out video of the performance.
What does Dave Matthews Band have in common with The Devil Wears Prada and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.? They're all on Rolling Stone's list of the 13 dumbest band names of all time.
Dave Matthews Band busted out a new cover song at its first of two Hartford concerts: "Runnin' Down a Dream," from Tom Petty's first solo album.