THESE ARE DAYS, WHAT'S THE MATTER HERE & MORE HITS FROM THE 90's
One of the most critically acclaimed bands of the last three decades, 10,000 Maniacs were founded by Robert Buck, Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, John Lombardo and Natalie Merchant in the fall of 1981. Jerry Augustyniak joined in 1983. Together with artists like R.E.M. they defined college rock and created the first wave of alternative rock bands and what became known as the alternative rock format on FM radio. Their first chart-topping album My Tribe was voted one of the 100 most important releases of the decade by Rolling Stone Magazine and included hits “Don’t Talk,” “Hey Jack Kerouac,” “Like The Weather” and “What’s The Matter Here?”. In 1992 they released Our Time in Eden which featured the hit singles, “Candy Everybody Wants” and “These Are Days” selling more than three million copies. Rolling Stone’s four-star review called it a “…gripping new album …with a provocative, unnerving power.” North Central College Fine & Performing Arts, 171 E Chicago Ave, Naperville, Illinois 60540
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