Blues Traveler emerged in the early 1990s in Princeton, where the Cleveland-born Popper formed the new Blues Band with his high school friends Brendan Hill, Bobby Sheehan, and Chan Kinchla. Right after their graduation, the quartet moved to New York City, where they changed their name to Blues Traveler and officially started their career.
Their relentless touring helped push the band's self-titled debut album to #136 in 1991 while Travelers & Thieves, released later that year, went to #125. In 1992, Popper founded the H.O.R.D.E. (Horizons of Rock Developing Everywhere) festival that would soon rival the alternative Lollapalooza. John Popper is a real music legend who now has an estimated net worth of $15 million. He performs harmonica, guitar and vocals and is still touring along with other members of the group.
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Blues Traveler Tour 2018
Blues Traveler celebrated their 30th anniversary last fall and follow up with a 2018 tour. Blues Traveler will hit cities such as Cleveland, Chicago, Louisville, Charlotte, Atlanta, Orlando, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Nashville, Cincinnati, New York City, and Philadelphia.