Rob Thomas at The Grand Theater

Rob Thomas Tickets

Premier Theater At Foxwoods | Mashantucket, Connecticut

Rob Thomas

You are gonna be 'lonely no more' as one of the hottest pop-rock superstars announced that he's back on the road. Rob Thomas will hit the live concert stage of the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods on Friday 12th April. This hot, smooth, and ultra charismatic three-time GRAMMY® award winner will surely send massive thrills to his loyal fanbase the moment he hits the stage and dish out his highly infectious and unforgettable ditties such as "Lonely No More", "Can't Help Me Now", "Pieces", "Someday", "This Is How a Heartbreaks", and of course, the all-time favorite number 1 song "Smooth". And yes, he does throw in a Matchbox 20 song or two reimagined or re-arranged in acoustic, making it a unique experience altogether. Catch Rob Thomas live at the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods on Friday 12th April. This is one hot ticket to book -- right here, right now!

Rob Thomas was introduced to the world via the immense popularity of the band Matchbox 20, a band he co-founded some twenty-plus years ago and took the world by storm with their massive radio hits such as "Push", "Bent", "Unwell", "3 AM", "Real World", "If You're Gone", "Mad Season", "Disease", and a whole lot more. Matchbox 20 were also recipients of the rare Diamond Award from the RIAA for their whopping 12-times platinum debut album "Yourself or Someone Like You".

Matchbox 20 became a global sensation and Rob Thomas stood out, not only with his unique rough and ready vocals, matched with his insanely appealing moody-good looks, but more importantly, he holds a deep, soulful, and emotionally passionate expression of his creative genius through songwriting. One of the earliest songs that he'd written and performed was "3 AM" which was about his struggles while taking care of his mother at a very young age and his tumultuous childhood and home life in general. Unbeknownst to many, Thomas also was a songwriter to iconic superstars such as Willie Nelson, Mick Jagger, Marc Anthony, Pat Green, Taylor Hicks, Travis Tritt, and Daughtry. His gift of songwriting was recognized when became the first-ever recipient of the prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame Hal David Starlight Award, bestowed upon composers who have already made and significant impact and purposeful influence in the early years of their careers.

One of the momentous instances that propelled Rob Thomas to pursue a solo career was Carlos Santana's comeback album "Supernatural". "Smooth" "really opened up the door for me as a songwriter and a solo artist," says Thomas. The single “Smooth,” took home three GRAMMY® Awards, clung on to the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for 12 weeks, and spent a total of 58 weeks on the chart. It was listed as the #1 song in Billboard’s Top Hot 100 Rock Songs” and clinched the #2 spot on the Hot 100 Song of All-Time. “Smooth” was declared to still hold the number 2 spot on Billboard's most successful song of all time. It holds the record of being the all-time #1 song on Billboard’s “Adult Pop Songs” radio airplay chart, the #1 song of the Rock Era based on chart performance on Billboard’s Hot 100. Rob Thomas officially burst into the scene as a solo artist when he released the single "Lonely No More" in 2005. "Something to Be", his platinum solo debut, became “the first album by a male artist from a rock or pop group to debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 since the chart debuted.”

Rob Thomas candidly expresses his intent for his songs to be relatable and touch the lives of his audience. “I write a lot of songs about the human condition, how people interact with each other, and how we deal with our environments,” he leaves off. “I want people to take them and attach them to their lives. I hope they possibly speak to what they’re going through, and I’m always thankful they’re still listening.”

Rob Thomas performing at the MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods on Friday 12th April 2024 is a must-see and must-experience concert. Don't miss this for the world, book your tickets now!

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