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Adam Duritz of Counting Crows in Jacksonville, Florida at Daily's Place, Photo by Richard Chappell for EU Jacksonville Newspaper

25 Years and Counting Tour Brought the 90’s Back: Counting Crows and Live Sizzled at Daily’s Place

Twenty five years doesn’t sound like a long time until the opening band tells the crowd how excited his 10-year-old self is to be touring with the headliners. The 25 Years and Counting Tour brought the 90’s back in a big way Saturday at Daily’s Place with and the . Both bands are celebrating significant milestones to still be playing music to arenas full of adoring and appreciative fans after all these years. John Paul Roney of supporting act was in good company, though the majority of the audience was decidedly older than 10 when Live and Counting Crows both …

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Interview with Ed Kowalczyk of Live: Will Perform with Counting Crows at Daily’s Place

After three weeks on the road with the Counting Crows, Ed Kowalczyk is in high spirits surrounded by old friends and playing new music with his band Live with a renewed intensity. It’s not a place he ever imagined to see again but he’s grateful to be back. “It’s amazing. We’re having a blast,” says Kowalczyk from Austin, Texas where Live and Counting Crows will share the bill on the Crows’ 25 Years and Counting Tour. “We’re sounding bigger and more rock than we ever have. It’s really at a fever pitch.” The tour pulls into Jacksonville Aug. 4 for …

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25 Years and Still Counting Crows: Interview with Adam Duritz

There’s a number of advantages to having a 25-year career in music. For starters, it’s a solid indicator of stable employment. It’s also damn good way to turn a summer road trip with your buddies into a cross country tour. For several years running, of the has parlayed his summers into something approximating work. “It’s great to get paid for your road trips,” he says. “I’ve been on the same road trip for 25 years now. As a musician, that’s always extremely doubtful, so whenever you can have it, that’s a big positive.” Granted, Duritz has a “friend pool” that …

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Matchbox Twenty, Counting Crows, A Brief History Of Everything Tour 2017

A Brief History of Everything Tour: Counting Crows And Matchbox 20 Come To Jacksonville

INTERVIEW WITH ADAM DURITZ OF COUNTING CROWS Event: The Counting Crows with Matchbox 20 Venue: Daily’s Place Date/Time: August 19 6:45pm Tickets: $79+ Contact: www.dailysplace.com In the post-grunge 90’s, Adam Duritz and Rob Thomas fronted two of the decade’s biggest pop bands. The Counting Crows and Matchbox 20 were young and hungry with breakthrough albums and a destiny to fulfill. The rest, as they say, is history. Now over two decades since the release of the Counting Crows’ August and Everything After in 1993 and Matchbox 20’s Yourself or Someone Like You in 1996, Duritz and Thomas will co-headline A …

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Who’s Counting? Counting Crows’ Adam Duritz Celebrates Birthday In St. Augustine

is in good spirits. His band, the , is enjoying the successful release of “Somewhere Under Wonderland,” the first album of new material in six years. He is celebrating his birthday with good friends in St. Augustine after the band’s Aug. 2 concert with and at the (www.staugamphitheatre.com). Duritz loves St. Augustine and always manages to squeeze in a day at the Oldest City between tour stops but this time around, it’s all fallen into place. “I have really good friends that live in Jacksonville and St. Augustine so I spend a lot of time there,” he says. “We’ve had …

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Community First Night Owl Cinema Series Returns to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre

Community First Credit Union (Community First) and the St. Augustine Amphitheatre proudly announce the return of the free, family-friendly “Community First Night Owl Cinema” Series. This year, the series will feature seven movie nights throughout the summer months, beginning with fan favorite on Sunday, June 14 and ending with the beloved on Friday, August 7. The series is free and open to all ages, with free parking and concessions available for purchase. Now in its third year, the Community First Night Owl Cinema Series draws thousands of moviegoers who come to enjoy free, family-friendly films projected on a giant 18 …

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