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90's alt rock band 'Candlebox' to perform at Otto's

Published: Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

Otto’s Nightclub and Kickstand Productions are pleased to announce Candlebox, performing at 8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets cost $20 in advance and $23 the day of for this 21-and-older show.

Candlebox were formed in Seattle in December 1991 by singer/guitarist Kevin Martin, a native of Elgin who’d grown up partly in San Antonio, Texas, and drummer Scott Mercado.

Their demo tape found its way to Madonna’s Maverick label, which quickly resulted in a record deal in 1992. Candlebox’s self-titled debut was released in 1993, and while the first single, “Change,” began to build them a following.

It wasn’t until 1994, when the follow-up, “You,” appeared, that Candlebox really started to take off. “You” gave them a breakthrough hit on mainstream rock radio, which set the stage for the success of “Far Behind,” essentially a power ballad for the grunge era.

Since recording 2008’s “Into the Sun,” they’ve spent much of their time on the road.

For more information regarding advance tickets or for all other inquiries visit www.kickstandproductions.net.

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