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BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire - March 17, 2011) - Goo Goo Dolls have announced that they will hit the road for a spring U.S. tour beginning April 3rd in Oxford, Mississippi. The band is touring in support of their current album Something For The Rest Of Us.

Something For The Rest Of Us has spawned the hit single "Home," which led the multi-platinum rock band to best their own record for the most Top 10 singles in the history of Billboard's Nielsen BDS-based Adult Top 40 chart. The band -- singer-guitarist Johnny Rzeznik, bassist Robby Takac, and drummer Mike Malinin -- has notched its 14th Top 10 hit with "Home."

The potent, melody-minded Something For The Rest Of Us, which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, has earned raves from such media outlets as Billboard and USA Today, which praise the heft of Rzeznik's songwriting as he addresses the emotional fallout from economic upheaval, war, and a 24-hour news cycle on society.

Keep your eye on www.googoodolls.com for news about the band's upcoming summer tour.
The Goo Goo Dolls upcoming Spring tour dates are as follows:
04/03     Oxford, MS     University of Mississippi/The Grove
04/05     Cookeville, TN     Hooper-Eblen Center
04/06     Athens, OH     Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Auditorium
04/08     Lewisburg, PA     Gerhard Fieldhouse
04/10     Lock Haven, PA     Thomas Fieldhouse
04/12     Youngstown, OH     Covelli Centre
04/14     Dubuque, IA     Diamond Jo Casino
04/15     Maryville, MO     Lamkin Activity Center
04/17     Brockport, NY     SUNY Brockport Arena
05/26     Santa Ynez, CA     Chumash Casino
05/27     Temecula, CA     Pechanga Resort and Casino
05/28     Temecula, CA     Pechanga Resort and Casino
06/03     Las Vegas, NV     Red Rock Resort
08/06     St Petersburg, FL     Tropicana Field


For further information contact Warner Bros. Records Publicity:

Rick Gershon
(818) 953-3473

Regional/Tour Press:
TJ Tauriello
(818) 953-3311
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