A Brief History of The Gin Blossoms
Comprised of band members Bill Leen, Jesse Valenzuela, Robin Wilson, Scott Johnson, and Scott Hessel, the Gin Blossoms came together in the late ‘80s in Tempe, Arizona. Since then, they have visited more than 25 different countries, including a five-city stop in Iraq in 2010.
It was their 1992 album “New Miserable Experience” with hits such as “Hey Jealousy” and “Found Out About You” that helped the Gin Blossoms scream into the charts. Known as Jangle-Pop, their music helped the group become a radio mainstay with their 1992 album selling over 4 million copies.
Their musical success has landed the Gin Blossoms appearances on a number of major television shows, such as The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, as well as The Grammy’s.
Tickets Still Available
Tickets for the Gin Blossoms’ live performance at the House of Music and Entertainment on Friday March 7th are still available. Buying tickets online in advance of is strongly encouraged to ensure a spot inside the theater. General Admission tickets are $20 while a VIP Booth costs $1,000 and includes seating for 10 people and a bottle of champagne.
See the Gin Blossoms at the House of Music and Entertainment!
Located at 1227 N Rand Road in Arlington Heights, Illinois, the House of Music and Entertainment is one of the premiere destinations for live music and entertainment around Chicago. The 15,000 square foot theater features a 28’x30’ stage, a state-of-the-
For more information about the Gin Blossoms performance at H.O.M.E. or to find out information on other upcoming events feel free to contact the House of Music and Entertainment.