The John Popper Project

The John Popper Project

A few dozen people filed into the Wetlands Preserve on September 2nd, 1990, to see the lead singer of Blues Traveler sit down with an acoustic guitar and microphone to play a set of unplugged tunes that did not figure into the regular Blues Traveler repertoire. As he began his set he excused himself by saying "I've never done this before, so go easy on me if I screw up." Over two sets lasting nearly two and a half hours, John played over twenty songs that had never been heard before on stage, and the first Blues Traveler side project was born. Since... more