In recent years, the tale of Blind Melon has taken a dramatic turn – from an abrupt and tragic end, to a rebirth and reconnection with their legion of dedicated
In recent years, the tale of Blind Melon has taken a dramatic turn – from an abrupt and tragic end, to a rebirth and reconnection with their legion of dedicated fans. No matter how you slice it, the group was responsible for some of the most memorable and pure-sounding rock music of the ‘90s, and with their reformation in 2007 with singer Travis Warren, Blind Melon have picked up with their fans, exactly where they left off.
Blind Melon fit in perfectly with the then-burgeoning alt rock/grunge movement, due to their stripped-down, rootsy sound, as evidenced by such standouts as “Tones of Home” and “Change.” But it was the song “No Rain” that became a smash on radio and MTV a year later, and Blind Melon became one of rock’s feel-good ‘overnight success stories.’ Following the tragic death of the original lead singer, the group disbanded. But years later, thanks to the burgeoning jam band scene, interest in Blind Melon began to re-emerge. The four original members joined with a new lead singer, and Blind Melon was back in business.
May 25, 2019
Doors 6pm. Music 7pm. Headliner 9:00pm.
Opening sets by Damyon and Magic Eight Ball
$28 / $34 / $38 / $48 + applicable fees
If you purchase a ticket at a table you are required to purchase dinner. Minimum spend is $25.00 per person. You must arrive by 7pm.
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The Rose - Pasadena
245 E. Green St. • Pasadena, CA 91101