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G. Love and Special Sauce serve up indie rock, hip hop-infused beats in songs like "Milk and Ceral," "Dreamin'" and "Peace, Love and Happiness." Don't miss you chance to see G. Love and Special Sauce perform LIVE! Buy your G. Love and Special Sauce tickets now!
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G. Love and Special Sauce Concert Tickets

G. Love and Special Sauce is an alternative hip hop band based in Philadelphia. They are known for their laid-back, bluesy sound with a classic R&B energy. The band has worked on dozens of studio albums and singles and have a huge following in the Midwest. Purchase your G. Love and Special Sauce tickets today and join the band for a night of fun and relaxation.

The group, which consists of Garrett Dutton on vocals and lead guitar, Jeff Clemens on the drums and Jim Prescott on the upright bass, released their eponymous debut album in 1994 under OKeh/Epic Records. The album went gold and received encouraging reviews, which prompted the band to go on an extensive tour of the U.S. They continued their success with the 1995 album Coast to Coast Motel. The record featured a more sophisticated sound and reached an older audience, something that G. Love and his band accepted with open arms. After splitting up for three years due to financial disputes, the band regrouped to produced the mellow album Yeah, It’s That Easy in October 1997. Their transition into a soulful sound has stayed with them ever since.