Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth, Gin Blossoms, More at Chastain
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Based on the true story of legendary country singer Patsy Cline's friendship with a devoted fan from Houston, this acclaimed musical is both a tribute to the legendary country singer and a testament to the power of friendship. Inspired by Patsy's letters to her friend, Always... Patsy Cline is filled with down-home humor, true emotion and the story of a relationship any fan would dream of sharing with their idol. It also includes many of Cline's unforgettable hits such as "Crazy," "I Fall to Pieces," "Sweet Dreams" and "Walkin' After Midnight." First staged in Houston in 1988, this two-character show is one of the most produced plays in America. Learn More
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Gin Blossoms and Sugar Ray were the best performers and every group sounded good. Only Sugar Ray and Smashmouth used the big screens to show them up close and I don't know why the others didn't. It was too bad Vertical Horizon didn't play more of their great songs instead of new ones they were trying to push that weren't good. Each group tried to get the audience to sing too much. I came there to hear them sing not the audience during the best parts of each song. Setup changes between acts took longer than I expected.
Sugar Ray first gained fame in 1997 with their release of the song “Fly.” This song’s success, coupled with its pop rock sound that was quite different from the rest of their material at the time, led the band to a mainstream, pop music style. Subsequent albums shared this similar style, and the band landed a number of hits with “Every Morning,” “Someday,” and “When It’s Over.”
Smash Mouth are best known for their songs “Walkin’ On The Sun” (1997) and “All Star” (1999), while the Gin Blossoms broke out with the song “Hey Jealousy” from their successful major label debut, New Miserable Experience, in 1992.