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Rob Thomas Debuts Three New Songs

by Paul Cashmere on February 10, 2015

in New Music,News

Rob Thomas has showcased three new songs, expected to be from a third solo album due sometime in 2015.

The three songs ‘Hold On Forever’, ‘Great Unknown’ and ‘Heaven Help Me’ were debuted at The Music Box at the Borgata in New Jersey during Rob’s three solo shows in January.

Rob Thomas has released two solo albums ‘Something To Be’ in 2005 and ‘Cradlesong’ in 2009.

Matchbox Twenty’s last album was ‘North’ in 2012. Matchbox Twenty also released ‘Yourself Or Someone Like You’ in 1996, ‘Mad Season’ in 2000, ‘More Than You Think You Are’ in 2002 as well as the half compilation/half new music album ‘Exile On Mainstream’ in 2007.

Thomas is expected to follow-up his third solo album with a world tour later in 2015 pushing the chances of another Matchbox Twenty into 2017 at the earliest.

Listen to the three new Rob Thomas songs

Hold On Forever

Great Unknown

Heaven Help Me (start at 4:40)

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