The American rock ‘n’ roll jam band that crosses the spectrum in rock genres their improvisational live shows helped Blues Traveler earn recognition among their fans but it was their Top 40 singles Run Around, Hook and Four their fourth studio album, that garnered them commercial success. Run Around won a Grammy and broke a record for the most weeks on the chart. Bruce Willis was a feature guest on their album, North Hollywood Shootout, which they debuted songs from at Lollapalooza festival in 2008. The bands ability to adapt and go in new and often multiple directions, like releasing on smaller labels and being largely independent has not hindered their success at all, but has actually enabled them to make choices that other artists are not able to explore. Blues Traveler released a double-disc compilation entitled 25 on Hip-O Records. It’s a commemorative album for the bands silver anniversary it includes hit singles, new covers, and previously unreleased b-side tracks. Blow Up the Moon, is their twelfth studio album and was released on April, 7, 2015. The group has had a rich and colorful career from appearing at Woodstock ’94 to opening for the Rolling Stones and headlining Red Rocks annual Fourth of July bash, and the band has worked on multiple movie soundtracks. Their fast, upbeat songs and festive atmosphere is what one can expect if a Blues Traveler show is in your future. Their blend of the rock genres create a harmonious sound and sensational experience that the band has perfected into nearly the perfect live performance.