Counting Crows: Somewhere Under Wonderland Tour with Citizen Cope and Hollis Brown on October 11 at 6:30 p.m.
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Alt-rockers behind “Mr. Jones” and “Rain King” are back with an epic and heartfelt new album
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Counting Crows: Somewhere Under Wonderland Tour with Special Guests Citizen Cope and Hollis Brown
Count the Counting Crows: you should come up with seven—Adam Duritz (vocals), Jim Bogios (drums), David Bryson (guitar), Charlie Gillingham (keyboards), David Immergluck (guitar), Millard Powers (bass), and Dan Vickrey (guitar)
Count the Counting Crows albums: it might take you a while; the band’s seven studio albums have sold more than 20 million albums worldwide
Counting Crows song you definitely know by heart: “Mr. Jones” from August and Everything After, their debut album
That album’s greatest distinctions: it was certified platinum seven times in both the U.S. and Canada; it spawned the hits “Omaha,” “‘Round Here,” and “Rain King”
Lead track off Somewhere Under Wonderland, their first album of new material in six years: “Palisades Park,” an eight-minute epic released with an accompanying short film. Watch the video here.
How they tell the story: with jangling guitar, free-form piano, and Adam Duritz’s powerfully evocative vocals
How critics feel about the album: Craig Manning of Absolute Punk said, “As far as I was concerned, there was nothing these guys could ever do again that would recapture the sublimely personal connection I have with their first four albums . . . It is the deepest compliment that I can pay to Somewhere Under Wonderland to say that I was wrong.”
About Citizen Cope: Clarence Greenwood and company—though sometimes it’s just him—blend R&B and folk, with elements of hip-hop and reggae thrown in for good measure
About Hollis Brown: the band—and it is a band, not a person—weaves together country and roots rock, which shouldn’t be a surprise since they take their name from a Bob Dylan song