Hootie and the Blowfish Reunite After 10-Year Hiatus

Hootie and the Blowfish Reunite After 10-Year Hiatus

Hootie & The Blowfish are returning to full-time touring for the first time in a decade, and the band announced a Cincinnati tour date.

"Nice!" Bush wrote. "Putting the band back together! Congrats my friends. From one who has done it to another".

Frontman Rucker has also had a successful solo career. "U know how it is".

Rock fans get ready!

"Awesome Darius!" wrote another music fan.

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"We were content playing clubs and small theaters, so playing to three-, four- and five-times that size was incredible, and we're looking forward to that feeling again on this tour", Sonefeld echoes. Lest you still think he's just a funnyman, the accordion-squeezing, multi-faceted musician is getting rather serious this time out and performing with a full orchestra on his Strings Attached Tour; because you haven't really heard "Eat It", "Smells Like Nirvana" or "Amish Paradise" until you've heard them with elaborate orchestral arrangements. "Live in NH will be there in Gilford!"

Mark Bryan, Dean Felber, Darius Rucker and Jim "Soni" Sonefeld first formed Hootie years ago when they were students at the University of SC.

The band's 1994 debut album "Cracked Rear View" went on to sell more than 21 million copies thanks to hits like "Only Wanna Be With You", "Hold My Hand" and "Let Her Cry".

The 44-city tour begins May 30, 2019. "It's something we're proud of - that we put in the work - but what matters to me the most is that we're still a band all these years later. We've never stopped being a band".

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