‘Third Eye Blind – Live At Red Rocks’ To Air On PBS

PBS is collaborating with Third Eye Blind to air “Third Eye Blind – Live at Red Rocks” on the network.

“Third Eye Blind – Live at Red Rocks” is part of special programming premiering on PBS stations beginning Saturday, June 1st.

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of their groundbreaking 1997 self-titled debut, Third Eye Blind made their long-awaited Red Rocks Amphitheatre debut in Colorado. The band delivers a hit-filled performance, including “Graduate,” “Jumper,” “How’s It Going To Be” and more.

“I grew up watching PBS,” says the band’s Stephan Jenkins. “It was a source for culture, science, and politics that enriched so many conversations in our house. I am happy this film of one of our shows made in the opening days of a tour and replete with all of its behind-the-scenes struggles will be seen on PBS. I hope you all enjoy and thanks for supporting PBS.”

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