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Thomas Hits The Road Solo

Following the ongoing success of his Number One debuting solo album, ...Something to Be, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas will launch a North American fall tour on October 5th in Albany, New York.


Following the ongoing success of his Number One debuting solo album, ...Something to Be, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas will launch a North American fall tour on October 5th in Albany, New York. These forty-three dates will be the first full-scale trek for Thomas, who performed a dozen sold-out club gigs in April in support of the album.

Thomas credits his Grammy-winning 1999 collaboration with Carlos Santana, "Smooth," with giving him the confidence to set out as a solo artist. "Carlos kind of fortified my belief that I'm a songwriter, and this is what I'm supposed to do," Thomas told Rolling Stone. "It just gave me the confidence to be able to say, 'OK, I can step off for the next couple years and just be on my own.'"


Tickets for Thomas' fall tour go on sale to the general public beginning August 20th, but will be available to fans online at VH1.com starting August 18th.


Rob Thomas' fall tour dates:


10/5: Albany, NY, Palace Theatre
10/7: Providence, RI, Providence PAC
10/8: Philadelphia, Tower Theatre
10/9: Pittsburgh, Heinz Hall
10/11: Boston, Orpheum Theatre
10/12: Verona, NY, Turning Stone Casino
10/14: Wallingford, CT, Oakdale Theatre
10/15: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
10/16: Washington, DC, DAR Constitution Hall
10/18: New York, Beacon Theatre
10/21: Newark, NJ, NJPA
10/22: Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata
10/24: Atlanta, Tabernacle
10/25: Melbourne, FL, King Center
10/26: Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Live Arena
10/28: Biloxi, MS, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
10/29: Houston, Verizon Wireless Theater
10/30: Dallas, Nokia Theatre
11/1: Denver, Colorado Convention Center
11/2: Salt Lake City, Ford Theatre at E Center
11/4: Tucson, AZ, Anselmo Amphitheatre
11/5: Phoenix, Memorial Coliseum
11/6: Bakersfield, CA, Fox Theater
11/8: Portland, OR, Schnitzer Concert Hall
11/9: Seattle, Paramount Theatre
11/11: Sacramento, CA, Memorial Auditorium
11/12: Fresno, CA, Saroyan Theatre
11/13: Reno, NV, Reno Events Center
11/15: Los Angeles, Wiltern
11/16: Los Angeles, Wiltern
11/17: San Diego, Copley Symphony Hall
11/19: Temecula, CA, Pechanga
11/20: Oakland, CA, Paramount Theatre
11/25: Cleveland, Palace Theatre
11/26: Cincinnati, Taft Theatre
11/27: Louisville, Palace Theatre
11/29: Minneapolis, Orpheum Theatre
11/30: Milwaukee, Riverside Theatre
12/3: Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
12/4: Des Moines, IA, Civic Center
12/5: Chicago, Auditorium Theatre
12/9: Toronto, Roy Thomson Hall
12/10: Detroit, Masonic Temple Theatre




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Following the ongoing success of his Number One debuting solo album, ...Something to Be, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas will launch a North American fall tour on October 5th in Albany, New York.

Following the ongoing success of his Number One debuting solo album, ...Something to Be, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas will launch a North American fall tour on October 5th in Albany, New York. These forty-three dates will be the first full-scale trek for Thomas, who performed a dozen sold-out club gigs in April in support of the album.

Thomas credits his Grammy-winning 1999 collaboration with Carlos Santana, "Smooth," with giving him the confidence to set out as a solo artist. "Carlos kind of fortified my belief that I'm a songwriter, and this is what I'm supposed to do," Thomas told Rolling Stone. "It just gave me the confidence to be able to say, 'OK, I can step off for the next couple years and just be on my own.'"


Tickets for Thomas' fall tour go on sale to the general public beginning August 20th, but will be available to fans online at VH1.com starting August 18th.


Rob Thomas' fall tour dates:


10/5: Albany, NY, Palace Theatre
10/7: Providence, RI, Providence PAC
10/8: Philadelphia, Tower Theatre
10/9: Pittsburgh, Heinz Hall
10/11: Boston, Orpheum Theatre
10/12: Verona, NY, Turning Stone Casino
10/14: Wallingford, CT, Oakdale Theatre
10/15: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
10/16: Washington, DC, DAR Constitution Hall
10/18: New York, Beacon Theatre
10/21: Newark, NJ, NJPA
10/22: Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata
10/24: Atlanta, Tabernacle
10/25: Melbourne, FL, King Center
10/26: Hollywood, FL, Hard Rock Live Arena
10/28: Biloxi, MS, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
10/29: Houston, Verizon Wireless Theater
10/30: Dallas, Nokia Theatre
11/1: Denver, Colorado Convention Center
11/2: Salt Lake City, Ford Theatre at E Center
11/4: Tucson, AZ, Anselmo Amphitheatre
11/5: Phoenix, Memorial Coliseum
11/6: Bakersfield, CA, Fox Theater
11/8: Portland, OR, Schnitzer Concert Hall
11/9: Seattle, Paramount Theatre
11/11: Sacramento, CA, Memorial Auditorium
11/12: Fresno, CA, Saroyan Theatre
11/13: Reno, NV, Reno Events Center
11/15: Los Angeles, Wiltern
11/16: Los Angeles, Wiltern
11/17: San Diego, Copley Symphony Hall
11/19: Temecula, CA, Pechanga
11/20: Oakland, CA, Paramount Theatre
11/25: Cleveland, Palace Theatre
11/26: Cincinnati, Taft Theatre
11/27: Louisville, Palace Theatre
11/29: Minneapolis, Orpheum Theatre
11/30: Milwaukee, Riverside Theatre
12/3: Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
12/4: Des Moines, IA, Civic Center
12/5: Chicago, Auditorium Theatre
12/9: Toronto, Roy Thomson Hall
12/10: Detroit, Masonic Temple Theatre



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