Guster continues supporting its latest new release, Easy Wonderful. But this tour will also mark the release of aspecial edition EP including new material and never released rarities. Since the debut in October, Easy Wonderful peaked at #22 on theBillboard Top 200 and clinched the #2 spot on the Alternative Albumschart. The album's sunny and extremelyhummable first single, "Do You Love Me" was at Top Ten single on theAdult Alternative Album charts, and the band has just released their followsingle "Architects and Engineers." Guster's live performances have become legendary. The group continues toinject humor and heart into every single show they play.
After his hard-working punk-pop quintet Something Corporatedecided to take a break in the summer of 2004, Andrew McMahon found himselfwriting a batch of confessional piano-driven songs that explored his returnhome to Orange County and his attempt to reconnect with the people he hadalienated when he left to tour with Something Corporate. With the help ofseveral musician friends (which included producer Jim Wirt and Mötley Crüe'sTommy Lee), McMahon began recording Everything in Transit underthe moniker Jack's Mannequin. Since then, McMahon has gone on to releaseone other studio album with Jack's Mannequin titled The Glass Passenger,toured with the likes of The Fray and Weezer, released the documentary"Dear Jack" which followed his treatment and recovery fromleukemia, and is now prepping to release People and Things,his third studio album (Summer 2011).