Rob Thomas Bluray Disc Contest

Seat42f and E1 Entertainment have teamed up to give THREE lucky winners a copy of Rob Thomas Something To Be Tour on Blu-ray Disc. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us your favorite Rob Thomas or Matchbox 20 song.  Only one entry per person. Contest ends October 13th. Winners will be notified on October 14th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment. Open to US residents only

Release Date : October 13th, 2009


The Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado – a legendary venue that has been graced by rock luminaries from The Beatles to U2 – provides the awe-inspiring backdrop for three-time Grammy® Award-winning artist Rob Thomas in his first-ever live performance Blu-Ray (previously released on DVD).  Captured in High-Definition and mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound for the acclaimed PBS music series Soundstage, ROB THOMAS: SOMETHING TO BE TOUR – LIVE AT RED ROCKS BLU-RAY features an 18-song concert, along with seven songs not seen on the original 2007 television broadcast plus the music video for “Streetcorner Symphony,” which was also recorded live at this show.  Following Thomas’ new Emblem/Atlantic Records best-selling solo album, cradlesong, released this past June, this Blu-ray is a must-own for every Rob Thomas and Matchbox Twenty fan.

In 2005, Rob Thomas’ first solo album …Something To Be debuted at #1 on the Billboard album chart and sold over 3 million copies, while break-out single “Lonely No More” raced up to the top of the singles charts.  In June 2006, Rob Thomas reached a new peak (literally and figuratively) when his “Something To Be Tour” made a stop at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  The setting proved an idyllic backdrop for Thomas’ set, which mixed Matchbox Twenty hits such as “3 AM” and “Bent” with tracks from his solo career including “This Is How A Heart Breaks” and “Ever the Same.”  The incredible performance also includes a special acoustic arrangement of “Smooth” and a cover of the David Bowie classic “Let’s Dance.”