Highs ’n’ Dolls
THE Goo Goo Dolls latest tour goes some way to explaining why the rock band s success has spanned more than two decades, writes Louise McEvoy. Their tour, which coincides with the release of their new album Let Love In, took them to the Corn Exchange in
THE Goo Goo Dolls' latest tour goes some way to explaining why the rock band's success has spanned more than two decades, writes Louise McEvoy.
Their tour, which coincides with the release of their new album Let Love In, took them to the Corn Exchange in Cam-bridge last Friday night.
Lucky enough to get tickets, I and other dedicated fans were treated to an eclectic mix of tracks from the trio's new album as well as old favourites like power ballad Iris, which appears on the City of Angels soundtrack.
The audience was as diverse as the music, with the band's appeal spanning generations.
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Supported by Los Angeles indie rock band The Tender Box - who truly held their own - The Goo Goo Dolls were well worth the two hour wait and the atmosphere remained electric to the end.
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