Third Eye Blind is known for hits "How's it Going to Be," "Semi-Charmed Life," and "Jumper." The group's most recent album, "Ursa Major" from 2009, didn't yield any radio hits, but it did reach No. 1 on Billboard's Independent Albums chart.
Kweller has been a talent bubbling just under the pop culture surface for many years. The San Francisco-born, Texas-raised songwriter won over artists such as Juliana Hatfield and Kristin Hersh (who invited him on their tours) and tempted big record labels. At age 19, he signed with Island Records.
After moving over to ATO Records, he released his full-length solo debut in 2002. He also joined Ben Folds and Ben Lee in a collaborative project called The Bens. In 2009, he released a country-tinged album called "Changing Horses." His website says a new album, "Go Fly a Kite," will be released Feb. 7 of this year.
The Charter Day concert will take place 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4. Tickets are $15 for those with a valid William and Mary ID, $25 for the general public. Prices will increase $5 day of show.
They are available by visiting this website.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun