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March 9, 2000 | STEVE APPLEFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There are things that Stephan Jenkins doesn't want to talk about. The leader of Third Eye Blind is vague about his age. (He's 34.) And he does not elaborate on the recent departure of longtime band guitarist Kevin Cadogan. ("He's a really good guitarist.") But Jenkins also has other things on his mind, issues that concern him, like the makeup of his audience.
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August 29, 2009 | August Brown
Most artists with an inkling that their new album might top the charts probably lie awake the night before its release like a kid expecting an air rifle on Christmas morning. But Third Eye Blind's Stephan Jenkins didn't lose any sleep. "We just got back from touring Indonesia, and last week we played the Fox in Oakland, which is kind of our hometown. And we played the new album and had a huge party afterward," Jenkins said. "I fell asleep and woke up to someone from our label calling me to say, 'I can't believe you're sleeping through a No. 1 record!
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September 7, 1997 | Sara Scribner, Sara Scribner writes about pop music for Calendar
On the surface, San Francisco's Third Eye Blind seems to be leading the kind of existence the band refers to in its song "Semi-Charmed Life." The quartet's debut album has been steadily chugging up Billboard's album chart for four months and "Semi-Charmed Life"--a crossover alternative and pop radio hit--reached No. 4 on the Hot 100 singles chart and received heavy rotation on MTV. Third Eye Blind singer-songwriter Stephan Jenkins, however, will tell you that his days are not all wine and roses.
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March 9, 2000 | STEVE APPLEFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There are things that Stephan Jenkins doesn't want to talk about. The leader of Third Eye Blind is vague about his age. (He's 34.) And he does not elaborate on the recent departure of longtime band guitarist Kevin Cadogan. ("He's a really good guitarist.") But Jenkins also has other things on his mind, issues that concern him, like the makeup of his audience.
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August 29, 2009 | August Brown
Most artists with an inkling that their new album might top the charts probably lie awake the night before its release like a kid expecting an air rifle on Christmas morning. But Third Eye Blind's Stephan Jenkins didn't lose any sleep. "We just got back from touring Indonesia, and last week we played the Fox in Oakland, which is kind of our hometown. And we played the new album and had a huge party afterward," Jenkins said. "I fell asleep and woke up to someone from our label calling me to say, 'I can't believe you're sleeping through a No. 1 record!
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September 7, 1997 | Sara Scribner, Sara Scribner writes about pop music for Calendar
On the surface, San Francisco's Third Eye Blind seems to be leading the kind of existence the band refers to in its song "Semi-Charmed Life." The quartet's debut album has been steadily chugging up Billboard's album chart for four months and "Semi-Charmed Life"--a crossover alternative and pop radio hit--reached No. 4 on the Hot 100 singles chart and received heavy rotation on MTV. Third Eye Blind singer-songwriter Stephan Jenkins, however, will tell you that his days are not all wine and roses.
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