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Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City on March 29.
DOORS AT 7 / SHOW AT 8
Early fans of the band’s work, those who haven’t kept track of the band’s journey in its latter years, might be hard-pressed to recognize the foursome—comprised of Ryan Delahoussaye, the band’s multi-instrumentalist; Matt Noveskey on bass; and brothers Jeremy and Justin Furstenfeld, the band’s drummer and front man, respectively. The group, once known for its stormy dynamic and self-destructive tendencies, couldn’t be more distinct, today, from the band it once was. And the members of Blue October want everyone they encounter to know the great place they’re in, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. “We’ve had the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, and we’ve come out the other side,” says Noveskey, who describes the record as “emotional.” Such is the subject matter of a soon-to-be-released documentary “Get Back Up’ detailing the band’s transformation from sordid to solid, from ravaged by the tempest of addiction to being blessed with second chances and embracing the joys of life. Just like any other relationship, the band’s dynamic is multifaceted, and what we’re privy to in the film is a deep dive into the group’s past and new found look on life. Film trailer out now on YouTube.