Yourself or someone like you would love to sing along at Firekeeper's with all of Matchbox Twenty's big 90s hits.

Rob Thomas has just premiered a brand new song and is undertaking a tour to support a new solo record. He will play "One Less Day (Dying Young)," plus the Matchbox Twenty anthems "Push," "3 AM," "Unwell," and his smash with Santana: "Smooth" at Firekeeper's Casino-Hotel Event Center on May 30.

The new song begins, "I'm not afraid of getting older. I"m one less day from dying young." It's hard to believe, but it's been more than 20 years since Matchbox Twenty took over the radio in 1997/'98 with songs from their debut record Yourself or Someone Like You. "Bent" and "If You're Gone" followed from Mad Season and the band seemed unstoppable when their 3rd album in a row went platinum in 2003 with 'More Than You Think You Are.' Rob Thomas proved he was a force outside the band when he teamed up with Santana for "Smooth," a song that won 3 Grammys and is ranked the second most successful song of all time by Billboard. His new album Chip Tooth Smile will be his 4th solo disc.

Pre-sale tickets and VIP Experiences are available starting Monday, Feb. 25 to see Rob Thomas bring all the hits to Firekeeper's Casino.

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