Dave Matthews Stops Fan In Traffic To Ask For A Bar Recommendation.
TMZ reported that Dave Matthews spotted a fan with a Dave Matthews Band sticker on their car while sitting in traffic. Matthews decided to pull over and tap on the window where an unsuspecting woman yelled out “Holy %$$#*!! Dave Matthews’ face is in my car window!”
Dave Matthews took a pic with her and even asked for a recommendation where he could grab a drink.
— Adam Frederick (@ProducerAdamF) June 3, 2015
Dave Matthews Band will stop at the First Niagara Pavilion on June 6 as a part of its 2015 summer tour.
The band, which has played roughly 35 concerts in Pittsburgh since 1994, kicked off its 47-show summer tour May 13 in Austin.
The band will again play two full sets with no opening act. The tour’s sets thus far have included a combination of longtime fan favorites and some newly debuted songs, according to the band’s official website.
At a May 22 performance in Raleigh, the band debuted its latest song, “Be Yourself,” with guest performers the Lovely Ladies singing backup.
In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Matthews, 48, said the band will “probably try a few new tunes over the summer. As long as people leave feeling like they got more than they bargained for, I feel like I am off the hook.”
The band recently debuted the new song “Black and Blue Birds” on May 7 on one of David Letterman’s final shows. The debut highlighted a 10-song set the band performed as a part of a web-based concert series, “Legends of Letterman,” which included many of the “Late Show’s” most frequent performers in the past 33 years. The performance was the band’s 13th on Letterman, according to their official website.
“Away from the World,” released in September 2012, was Dave Matthews Band’s sixth album to reach No. 1 on the Billboard album chart.