Who Sings That Song That Goes…

Who Sings That Song That Goes…

You can hear a catchy song on the radio and miss out when the DJ announces the artist’s name.

In a recent fan review of a concert by the band Toad The Wet Sprocket the blogger at IndyRockLive.com says: "The audience sang along with almost every cut and the joy in the crowd was palpable." Fans of the band will not be surprised as they are most likely drawn to its music memorable hooks, sing along choruses and infectious melodies. If you hear a Toad The Wet Sprocket song in the morning it will probably stick with you all day!

Not everyone pays that close attention however. You can hear a catchy song on the radio and miss out when the DJ announces the artist’s name. So, even if you may not count yourself among the many fans of Toad The Wet Sprocket, you probably know more of their songs than you think!

During the 1990s Toad The Wet Sprocket was one of the most successful alternative rock acts in terms of Top 20 Hits, platinum album sales and radio airplay. Continuing a lineage from The Beatles and The Byrds, through Fleetwood Mac, Squeeze, Tom Petty, Crowded House and on down to Mumford and Sons today, Toad always delivered well-crafted pop rock songs that have stood the test of time. Songs such as Walk On The Ocean, Fall Down, Good Intentions and Something’s Always Wrong ensure an amazing live show for the hard-core fan, the casual listener and maybe even that visitor from another world hearing these songs for the first time!

Check out the video link below to explore the music of Toad The Wet Sprocket and join us at the Landis Theater on Friday, October 12th for an exclusive regional appearance by your new favorite band!

VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZpUUrEWnWQ

Jonathan Kingham will perform an opening set.

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