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Tickets to Collective Soul's Concert Tour

EventDateCity and Venue
Collective Soul Sun. June 4, 2017
Grand Island, NE - Heartland Events Center
Collective Soul Thu. June 8, 2017
Deadwood, SD - Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino
Collective Soul Wed. June 14, 2017
Del Mar, CA - Del Mar Fairgrounds
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace & Tonic Mon. June 19, 2017
Sugar Land, TX - Smart Financial Centre
Collective Soul Tue. June 20, 2017
Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace & Tonic Thu. June 22, 2017
Whites Creek, TN - Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace & Tonic Fri. June 23, 2017
Corbin, KY - Southeastern Kentucky Agricultural And Exposition Center
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace & Tonic Sat. June 24, 2017
Charleston, SC - Volvo Car Stadium At Family Circle Tennis Center
Collective Soul & Our Lady Peace Sun. June 25, 2017
Portsmouth, VA - Portsmouth Harbor Center Pavilion
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace & Tonic Tue. June 27, 2017
Dayton, OH - The Rose Music Center at The Heights
Collective Soul, Our Lady Peace & Tonic Wed. June 28, 2017
Baltimore, MD - Pier Six Concert Pavilion
Collective Soul Wed. August 30, 2017
Medford, OR - Britt Festivals Gardens And Amphitheater
Collective Soul Thu. August 31, 2017
Livermore, CA - Wente Vineyards

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About Collective Soul

Collective Soul formed in 1992 and released their first album in 1993. Does this mean they’re nothing more than a cheesy nostalgia act cashing in on their 15 minutes of fame?

Absolutely not. Collective Soul is an amazing live act. The quintet is as tight as ever and frontman Ed Roland has the vitality and charisma of someone half his age (he was born in 1963).

Sure, Collective Soul plays a lot of old stuff—“December,” "Precious Declaration," “Gel,” and “Shine”—but they also play newer material like “AYTA,” “Hurricane,” and "Contagious." Longtime fans love the abundance of old tunes but they also appreciate the inclusion of some of their most recent work.

Despite a quarter of a century in the music business, Collective Soul still has the energy to impress newbies and the passion to entertain longtime fans.

Is Collective Soul A Grunge Band?

Collective Soul is not a grunge band but they are “grunge adjacent.” They play a radio-friendly brand of rock that’s generally labeled as alternative.

Their sound is a bridge from American rock bands like Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, and Stone Temple Pilots to British bands like Oasis and Blur.

By the way, Collective Soul hails Stockbridge, Georgia.

Who’s Left In Collective Soul?

Since lead singer Ed Roland writes most of the songs, you can make a case that Collective Soul is his solo project.

In fact, Collective Soul came into existence thanks to some demo tapes Roland made. His intentions were to sell the songs he recorded to a publishing company, not to form a band.

One of the songs from the demo, “Shine,” found its way onto the radio. Realizing he needed to perform live, Roland put together a band comprised of his brother Dean Roland on guitar, Shane Evans on drums, Will Turpin on bass, and Ross Childress on lead guitar.

Childress and Evans left in 2001 and 2003 respectively. Roland and Turpin are still in the band.

Rounding out Collective Soul are drummer Johnny Rabb and lead guitarist Jesse Triplett. Both recently joined the group.

How Did Collective Soul Get Its Name?

Collective Soul takes their name from a phrase in the 1943 Ayn Rand novel, The Fountainhead. Roland is adamant in telling anyone who will listen that neither he nor the band support Rand or her philosophies.

Then why did they choose “Collective Soul?” Simple, the band thinks the name sounds real cool.

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