PICS: Third Eye Blind at the Observatory North Park

Losing a whole year: Third Eye Blind rang in 2018 with an epic show at the Observatory North Park on Monday, Jan. 1.

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Semi-charmed life, indeed: Third Eye Blind kicked off 2018 with a bang.
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What a great way to start off a new year, amirite?
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Many fans first came to know Third Eye Blind with their hits, "Semi-Charmed Life," "Jumper" and "How's It Going to Be." To date, the band has sold more than 12 million albums.
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Formed in San Francisco in 1993, the band is currently going through a revival of sorts.
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Their self-titled debut album made them one of the most popular bands of the late '90s.
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It reached no. 25 on the Billboard 200, where it spent 104 weeks on the charts.
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These days, they're pretty good sports about continuing to play the hits.
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They did release a new album called "Dopamine" in 2015, however. It earned 3/5 stars from Rolling Stone and 8/10 stars from Absolute Punk.
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That album also debuted at No. 13 on the Billboard 200. So, you know, they still got it.
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Stephan Jenkins (pictured) has been the lead vocalist, principal songwriter and guitarist since the band's inception.
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Alex Kopp (pictured) plays piano and keys.
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Kryz Reid (pictured) currently plays lead guitar and backing vocals.
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Alex LeCavalier (pictured) takes over bass duties.
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Longtime member Brad Hargreaves (pictured) holds down drums and percussion.
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