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Bowling for Soup is a pop-punk band based in Denton, Texas formed in 1994. They are best known for their singles "Girl All The Bad Guys Want", released in 2002 and "1985", released in 2004, a major commercial hit. The name Bowling for Soup is derived from the title of a routine on comedian Steve Martin's 1978 comedy album, Wild and Crazy Guy.

Bowling for Soup's band members include Jaret Reddick (lead guitar, vocals), Chris Burney (guitar, vocals), Erik Chandler (bassist, vocals) and Gary Wiseman (drums). Their latest album is entitled The Great Burrito Extortion Case.

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Thu, 3 Nov 2016 7:00 PM
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Agora Theatre
Cleveland, OH
Agora Theatre Cleveland, OH
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Fri, 4 Nov 2016 6:25 PM
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Concord Music Hall
Chicago, IL
Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL
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Bowling for Soup gained much notoriety when "Girl All The Bad Guys Want", off the album Drunk Enough to Dance, was nominated for the Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Group or Duo. Though the band did not take home the award, the nomination served as a launching point for the success of 2004's A Hangover You Don't Deserve. Sales of that album were driven in large part by the radio airplay of the single "1985", a song written by the band SR-71. The version recorded by SR-71 features Jaret on backing vocals, and the version recorded by Bowling For Soup features Mitch Allan, lead singer of SR-71. Bowling for Soup Goes to the Movies, a compilation album of cover songs and contributions to movie soundtracks, came out in 2005.