Guster was formed in 1991 by Adam Gardner, Ryan Miller and Brian Rosenworcel while they were attending college in Massachusetts. The alternative rock group released two albums in the mid-90s before breaking into the mainstream with their third album, 1999’s “Lost and Gone Forever.” They continued their success with “Keep It Together” in 2003 (a year in which a fourth member, Joe Pisapia, was added to the group) and “Ganging Up on the Sun” in 2006.

Guster started their annual Campus Consciousness Tour in the spring of 2006, an event that aims to teach college audiences about the environment. Following their fourth of these tours in 2009, the group announced a fall 2009 tour celebrating the 10th anniversary of the release of “Lost and Gone Forever,” encompassing several cities that have some historical significance for Guster, including the venue where they launched the original Lost & Gone Forever Tour.

TicketBiscuit implements all-in ticket pricing for WorkPlay Guster show
In a move to distinguish itself from rival ticketing companies, primary ticketer TicketBiscuit is launching an all-in ticket pricing model for an upcoming concert by the band Guster at Birmingham, AL’s WorkPlay entertainment complex. A ticket for the April 4 show will cost a flat $25 no matter where... Read more
Maroon 5 tour gets support from Guster, Owl City, Kris Allen
Maroon 5 will be back on stage this summer with a nearly 30-date North American tour. The itinerary currently opens with a July 30 event at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY, and continues through an August 29 gig at Trib Total Media Amphitheatre in Pittsburgh, PA.... Read more
Guster tour celebrates anniversary of ‘Lost and Gone Forever’
It’s been ten years since alt-rock group Guster released its breakthrough “Lost and Gone Forever,” and the band plans to celebrate that milestone with a special anniversary tour. The brief outing includes just ten dates in eight cities, mostly in the Northeast region of the U.S. The celebration begins... Read more
Guster tour tackles environmental issues with Campus Consciousness
Alternative rock group Guster is hitting the road — and the books — with a month-long tour of American college campuses this spring. The 12-date Campus Consciousness Tour is part of an initiative with environmental organization Reverb to educate students about environmental issues and local activism opportunities. The venture... Read more