Collective Soul tour 2021

Collective Soul tour 2021: Coming up in 2021, Collective Soul will be heading back on tour across America supporting their latest album ‘Blood’. The 15-city excursion kicks off April 22nd in Macon and runs into October making notable stops in Salina, Bethlehem, Huntsville, Biloxi and Lake Charles. Joining the tour on select dates will be special guests Tonic. Back in 2019, the band launched their 25th anniversary tour with support from Gin Blossoms.

Collective Soul released their 10th studio album ‘Blood’ on June 21st, 2019 via Fuzze-Flex. The new album follows up 2015’s ‘See What You Started by Continuing’ which reached a career-best #1 on Billboard’s Alternative chart and was their first to feature new guitarist Jesse Triplett and new drummer/percussionist Johnny Rabb. Back in 2018, the band teamed up with 3 Doors Down for their Rock & Roll Express Tour along with special guests Soul Asylum. Current members include Ed Roland, Dean Roland, Will Turpin, Johnny Rabb and Jesse Triplett.

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    About Collective Soul Tour Albums

    Collective Soul appeared on the Alternative scene with the appearance of the album ‘Wasting Time’ released on November 30, 1993. The track ‘Wasting Time’ was instantly a success and made Collective Soul one of the newest emerging talents at that moment. Since then, Collective Soul released the hugely beloved album ‘Collective Soul’ which contains some of the most popular tracks from the Collective Soul collection. ‘Collective Soul’ features the song ‘Simple’ which has proven to be the most requested for music lovers to experience during the performances. Besides ‘Simple’, many of other tracks from ‘Collective Soul’ have also become requested as a result. Some of Collective Soul’s most famous tour albums and songs are seen below. After 23 years since the release of ‘Wasting Time’ and making a huge impact in the business, music lovers consistently flock to watch Collective Soul on stage to play tracks from the entire discography.

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