Third Eye Blind concert benefits Jimmy Miller foundation | Entertainment – California News

Third Eye Blind concert benefits Jimmy Miller foundation | Entertainment – California News

The “Third Eye Blind: 20th Anniversary Edition” was released in June on CD, vinyl and digitally. It is an expanded version of the band’s multiplatinum debut album that includes previously unreleased songs and demos.

The band will perform its debut album in its entirety at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday. The night before, Wednesday, they will play a selection of songs from its full repertoire in a sold-out concert to benefit the Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach.

When the effort was originally released in 1997, it spent more than 100 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart with hits like “Semi-Charmed Life” and “How’s It Going To Be.” New tunes on the album include “Alright Caroline,” which the band plays live, “Scattered,” a piece written for Kurt Cobain after his death, and “Tattoo of the Sun,” the first song vocalist and rhythm guitarist Stephan Jenkins wrote for the band.

“There were some songs that I wrote for the first album that we never recorded, so they sat there as the roughest of demos,” Jenkins said. “We decided to put them on tape and record it the same way that we did for the first album, so we were in a studio in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and we went in and just busted them out. It was a lot of fun to record.”

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