Thurs March 12, 2020, 8 pm All Ages
Recommended by Jenni Moore
If you’re like me and shamelessly enjoy an ample dose of nostalgia every now and again, Third Eye Blind’s gig at the Roseland is sure to satisfy. With the songwriting duo of Stephan Jenkins (lead vocals, guitar) and Kevin Cadogan (vocals, guitar) at the helm, the post-grunge pop-rock group achieved commercial success with their self-titled debut in 1997, including their iconic hit “Semi-Charmed Life,” as well as “How’s It Going to Be” and the heavy-but-affirming “Jumper.” The Bay Area band connected again with “Never Let You Go,” from their sophomore effort Blue. Having parted ways with Cadogan in the early 2000s, the band released a couple more records, and is now touring in support of their latest, 2019’s Screamer. After an opening set from New Jersey rockers Saves the Day, Third Eye Blind should have the masses singing along in a drunken glee.