Latest John Popper Articles
moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love included songs by Steely Dan, the Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd in their final collaborative set of the summer.
Listen to moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love cover the Grateful Dead, The Band, Led Zeppelin and The Who at White Oak Amphitheatre in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Blues Traveler will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their hit 1994 studio album, ‘Four,’ with a November tour featuring full performances of the LP at each stop.
Watch moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love’s take on Sublime’s ‘What I Got’ featuring an extended harmonica jam and crowd sing-a-long from a recent concert in Baltimore.
Sunday’s collaborative set between Blues Traveler, moe. and G. Love featured “I Want You To Want Me,” “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” and more at the Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire.
- moe., Blues Traveler & G. Love Collaborate On Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young, The Beatles & The Who Covers
Check out moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love’s cover-heavy collaborative setlist including takes on Hendrix, The Beatles, Neil Young and The Who.
More John Popper Articles
About John Popper
John Popper (born March 29, 1967 in Cleveland, Ohio) is the frontman and a founding member of the jam band Blues Traveler. He performs harmonica and vocals. He is widely considered a harmonica virtuoso, and is listed by harmonica manufacturer Hohner as a Featured Artist, an accolade reserved for only the best and most successful harmonica players.
He frequently works as a guest musician for other bands. He has known to have performed with Dave Matthews Band, Karl Denson, and even with the Hungarian Ambassador to the United States.
Popper also played on Pocket Full of Kryptonite, the Spin Doctors most successful album. His harmonica music can be heard in the feature film Blues Brothers 2000 (in which Blues Traveler appears). His harmonica was also featured on What Would You Say, the second track on the Dave Matthews Band album, Under the Table and Dreaming.
John Popper was obese for most of the bands history. After undergoing angioplasty surgery in July 1999, he continued to have health problems having weighed near 400 lbs. In 2000, he underwent gastric bypass surgery, which led to a dramatic weight reduction.
He is an outspoken supporter of the Libertarian Party .
Dark Star Orchestra confirmed their New Year’s Run 2019 – 2020 and added a second leg to their fall tour.
Vampire Weekend was joined by Christone “Kingfish” Ingram for a cover of Neil Young’s classic “Vampire Blues” during their show last night in Austin.
The Disco Biscuits confirmed details of their New Year’s Run 2019 which will be the final concerts held at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
The New Deal started rolling out Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 tour dates.
Phish issued a statement regarding the camping, parking and vending restrictions now in place at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park due to a plague outbreak.