GOO GOO DOLLS
Formed in 1986 by vocalist and guitar player Johnny Rzeznik and by bassist Robby Takac, the band has had a winning career. It sold 12 million albums all over the world, was nominated for three Grammy Awards and made history by having 14 hits in Hot AC's Top 10 – the highest number of any artist in history.
In 1995, the album "A Boy Named Goo" was certified double platinum, "Dizzy Up The Girl" was certified quadruple platinum, and both "Gutterflower" in 2002 and "Let Love In" in 2006 went gold, while "Something for the Rest of Us" in 2010 and "Magnetic" in 2013 debuted in the Top 10 of Billboard Top 200. The producers of the movie "City of Angels" requested a song and the artists delivered one of the most famous ones of their career: "Iris", which made the American charts.
The band has produced more than 11 albums and, in 2018, toured to celebrate "Dizzy Up The Girl" and promote some new songs. Its YouTube channel, with more than 300,000 subscribers, is an excellent option to warm up for the group's concert in the City of Rock, including classic performances and music videos. The musicians are also quite active on Instagram and have announced that they are returning to the studio, which increases the fans' expectation for another single.