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Matchbox Twenty Plan Musical Reinvention

After a two-year break, Matchbox Twenty is gearing up for a Dec. 30-Jan. 1 reunion at in Las Vegas. According to guitarist Kyle Cook, the rock act is also hoping to regroup for a new album in which they hope to reinvent their sound.

December 24, 2005


After a two-year break, Matchbox Twenty is gearing up for a Dec. 30-Jan. 1 reunion at in Las Vegas. According to guitarist Kyle Cook, the rock act is also hoping to regroup for a new album in which they hope to reinvent their sound.


The show in Vegas will be the first show the band has played together in over two years.  Asked what it took to bring the members of the Rob Thomas-fronted act back together, Cook tells Billboard.com with a smile, "Vegas, cash, New Year's Eve and booze, all in that order."


"We're at a time when everybody is doing a lot of different music, but the opportunity arose and Rob was available to do it, so we can get the machine fired up again," he continues. "We'll probably rehearse for a week at my studio in Orlando, Fla."

Although Cook admits the group hasn't "begun any writing or even looking at any material yet," he says he and drummer Paul Doucette already have an idea of where they next want to take matchbox twenty's sound.

"Paul and I have been talking about the idea of reinventing the concept of what this band is," Cook says. "The idea is to get edgier. We want to explore other things. The idea is to come with something nobody would expect, but obviously we need that pop sensibility we've always had."


Whatever direction the band takes, they will be taking it without longtime guitarist Adam Gaynor whom which the band decided "not to renew the services of" back in January.  (See Article)


There's no timetable for the band to hit the studio though, as Thomas will return to the road Feb. 13 in Adelaide in support of his smash solo debut, "Something To Be."







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After a two-year break, Matchbox Twenty is gearing up for a Dec. 30-Jan. 1 reunion at in Las Vegas. According to guitarist Kyle Cook, the rock act is also hoping to regroup for a new album in which they hope to reinvent their sound.

After a two-year break, Matchbox Twenty is gearing up for a Dec. 30-Jan. 1 reunion at in Las Vegas. According to guitarist Kyle Cook, the rock act is also hoping to regroup for a new album in which they hope to reinvent their sound.


The show in Vegas will be the first show the band has played together in over two years.  Asked what it took to bring the members of the Rob Thomas-fronted act back together, Cook tells Billboard.com with a smile, "Vegas, cash, New Year's Eve and booze, all in that order."


"We're at a time when everybody is doing a lot of different music, but the opportunity arose and Rob was available to do it, so we can get the machine fired up again," he continues. "We'll probably rehearse for a week at my studio in Orlando, Fla."

Although Cook admits the group hasn't "begun any writing or even looking at any material yet," he says he and drummer Paul Doucette already have an idea of where they next want to take matchbox twenty's sound.

"Paul and I have been talking about the idea of reinventing the concept of what this band is," Cook says. "The idea is to get edgier. We want to explore other things. The idea is to come with something nobody would expect, but obviously we need that pop sensibility we've always had."


Whatever direction the band takes, they will be taking it without longtime guitarist Adam Gaynor whom which the band decided "not to renew the services of" back in January.  (See Article)


There's no timetable for the band to hit the studio though, as Thomas will return to the road Feb. 13 in Adelaide in support of his smash solo debut, "Something To Be."



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