PICS: Third Eye Blind at North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

This 'semi-charmed life' ain't so bad when Third Eye Blind's delivering the hits live and in person!

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The show was the band's third to last on their 2019 "Summer Gods" tour with Jimmy Eat World and Ra Ra Riot (look out for their photo gallery coming to SoundDiego.com shortly).
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It was their first headlining show in San Diego since their outstanding Jan. 1, 2018 concert at the Observatory North Park (they also performed a truncated set at 91x's Wrex the Halls holiday mini-fest last December).
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Third Eye Blind has gone through quite a few lineup changes over the years but currently the band consists of guitarist Kryz Reid, guitarist/keyboardist Colin CreeV, vocalist/guitarist Stephan Jenkins, drummer Brad Hargreaves, and bassist Alex LeCavalier (pictured left to right).
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Jenkins (pictured) has been the band's creative powerhouse since co-founding the group in 1993 in San Francisco.
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Hargreaves (pictured) is only other remaining member from their '90s lineup -- he joined the band in 1995.
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Many fans first came to know Third Eye Blind from their hits, "Semi-Charmed Life," "Jumper" and "How's It Going to Be" off their 1997 self-titled debut album. To date, the band has sold more than 12 million albums.
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The band is currently on tour in support of their 2017 EP "Summer Gods," their 2018 covers EP "Thanks for Everything" and in anticipation of their just-announced album, "Screamer," which is due out on Oct. 18. (CreeV pictured)
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In a 2017 SoundDiego interview, Jenkins explained that they're not just an act going through the motions: "We're not nostalgic; we're not a memory. We are present ... Our music is kind of a playlist, it doesn't have a date stamp on it for kids who are 16 through 26 years old. They find our music through each other and it speaks to them now and enlivens their experience now -- so it's current for them. That is miraculous to me."
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The band's discography is widely celebrated -- with fans not only appreciating the self-titled debut but holding 3EB's other studio albums in just as high esteem (if not more). 1999's "Blue," 2003's "Out of the Vein," 2009's "Ursa Major" and 2015's "Dopamine" all showcase the band's various strengths and each contain their fair share of classic 3EB songs. (LeCavalier pictured)
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Fun fact: Jenkins and a songwriting partner, billed as the duo Puck and Natty, scored a minor hit titled "Just Wanna Be Your Friend" on the "Beverly Hills 90210" soundtrack in 1992. Talking about it in a 1999 interview, Jenkins said: "'You want me to do a song for your TV show that I've never seen? No problem. It was $7,800. I bought groceries."
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Jenkins' has also enjoyed a bit of an acting career (albeit a small one): He made his debut with a cameo in the 2001 film "Rock Star" playing Bradley, the lead singer of the fictional band Black Babylon. He has also appeared in the former Nickelodeon series "All That," and he appeared on the MTV show "Punk'd" when Vanessa Carlton was the subject of one of Ashton Kutcher's practical jokes. He also starred as the lead role in the 2003 independent thriller, "Art of Revenge." (Reid pictured)
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Jenkins was born in San Bernardino and eventually moved to Palo Alto at age 6. He was interested in music early on in life -- he's recalled creating original musical works at the age of 5 using pots and pans on the floor of the kitchen at his parents' home.
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What a great show -- we're always thrilled to see Third Eye Blind perform; come back soon, lads!
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