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American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and the lead singer of the alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. Wikipedia

  • Third Eye Blind

    American rock band formed in San Francisco, California, in 1993. Later reported as the largest publishing deal ever for an unsigned artist. Wikipedia

  • Third Eye Blind discography

    American alternative rock band. Formed in San Francisco, California, in 1993. Wikipedia

  • Blue (Third Eye Blind album)

    Second studio album by American rock band Third Eye Blind, released on November 23, 1999. Difficult, namely due to power struggles and arguments between frontman Stephan Jenkins and lead guitarist Kevin Cadogan, leading to a quick but isolated recording experience between members. Wikipedia

  • EP by American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. The EP started off under the working title Black as a companion to their platinum selling 1999 album Blue. Wikipedia

  • We Are Drugs

    Studio EP by American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. Released on October 7, 2016. Wikipedia

  • Unreleased studio album by American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. Delayed, and eventually shelved, due to legal issues between frontman Stephan Jenkins and then-guitarist of the band Tony Fredianelli. Wikipedia

  • Third Eye Blind (album)

    Debut studio album by American rock band Third Eye Blind. Released on March 26, 1997 by Elektra Records. Wikipedia

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  • Graduate (song)

    Song by American alternative rock group Third Eye Blind. Released in August 1997 as the second single from their 1997 self-titled debut album. Wikipedia

  • Semi-Charmed Life

    Song by American rock band Third Eye Blind from their eponymous debut studio album . Released to radio as the lead single from the album on February 18, 1997, by Elektra Records. Wikipedia

  • Thanks for Everything (EP)

    EP by Third Eye Blind. Released on August 24, 2018. Wikipedia

  • Deep Inside of You

    Song by American rock band Third Eye Blind from their second studio album Blue . Released as the fourth and final single from the album in August 2000, by Elektra Records. Wikipedia

  • Jumper (song)

    Song by American rock band Third Eye Blind from their self-titled debut studio album, Third Eye Blind . Released as the fifth and final single from the album in August 1998, by Elektra Records. Wikipedia

  • Never Let You Go (Third Eye Blind song)

    Song by American rock band Third Eye Blind. Released in January 2000 as the second single from their second album, Blue. Wikipedia

  • Out of the Vein

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  • American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, and guitarist. A founding member of the band Third Eye Blind, he performed with the band from 1993 to 2000. Wikipedia

  • Losing a Whole Year

    Song by American rock band Third Eye Blind from their eponymous debut studio album, Third Eye Blind . Released to radio as the fourth single from the album in March 1998, by Elektra Records. Wikipedia

  • 10 Days Late

    Song by the American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. Released in March 2000 as the third single from the band's 1999 album Blue. Wikipedia

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  • Blinded (song)

    Song by American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. Released in April 2003 as the lead single from their 2003 album, Out of the Vein. Wikipedia

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    Fourth studio album by American rock band Third Eye Blind. The group's first studio album in over six years. Wikipedia

  • Screamer (album)

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  • Grant Nicholas

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  • He frequently contributed to VH1 programs such as the I Love The... series, and he released the song "Rock Show" featuring singer Stephan Jenkins.Run-DMC-Wikipedia
  • Third Eye Blind was formed when Kevin Cadogan was introduced to Stephan Jenkins by producer Mark Hensley, while working on Demos for Third Eye Blind.Third Eye Blind-Wikipedia
  • According to frontman Stephan Jenkins, the song is about crystal meth addiction and the feeling that "your life is always about to change and never be reliable".Semi-Charmed Life-Wikipedia
  • Theron was in a three-year relationship with singer Stephan Jenkins until October 2001.Charlize Theron-Wikipedia
  • Cadogan was introduced to Stephan Jenkins, who would become his songwriting partner in Third Eye Blind, at a concert in San Francisco in 1993.Kevin Cadogan-Wikipedia
  • According to frontman Stephan Jenkins, the lyrics focus on an act of suicide, with the broader message of the song being about human compassion.Jumper (song)-Wikipedia

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