Alternative rock band Toad The Wet Sprocket has returned to the music scene after a significant break. The band spent the ’80s and ’90s touring and released five studio albums before they called it quits in 1998. After playing shows sporadically in the mid-2000s, the group released their first record consisting of fresh material in over 15 years, New Constellation, last month. As part of their fall tour, the four-piece will be making a stop in NYC at the Bowery Ballroom on Nov. 6 before coming to the Bergen PAC on Nov. 8.

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  1. Jim Walters

    Make sure to see Toad if you can – the new album is perhaps their best. Caught them in Denver early in the tour and the spark is back!


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