Rob Thomas got his start as the lead singer/songwriter for the American rock band Matchbox Twenty. After almost a decade with the group, Thomas broke out into a solo career with 2005’s “…Something to Be.” The album reached the top spot on the Billboard 200 and reached platinum status in the U.S., as well as charting in several other countries.

Thomas didn’t break completely away from Matchbox Twenty, however, as in 2007 the group released their most recent album, “Exile on Mainstream,” attaining gold status in the U.S. In June of 2009, Thomas released his most recent solo album, entitled “Cradlesong,” which reached #3 on the Billboard 200. He launched his tour supporting the album in September 2009, taking his music all over the U.S. and Canada.

Rob Thomas, NFL Football tickets on sale throughout the week
Tickets to catch upcoming concerts from Rob Thomas as well as tickets for the upcoming 2009 NFL football season are on sale throughout the week ending July 18 as compiled by Ticket News. This week’s onsales begins today with tickets to see Smashmouth in concert. The pop-rock band will... Read more
Rob Thomas tour announces new solo run for ‘Cradlesong’
Frontman Rob Thomas will take another break from rock juggernaut Matchbox Twenty to promote his latest solo endeavor on the road. The singer-songwriter has announced plans to follow his upcoming album release with an extensive North American tour this fall. The trek is only roughly outlined at this point... Read more