Their names may not ring a bell, but their music will definitely take you back to the 90s. And they are coming to the SouthCoast later this month.

Glen Phillips and Chris Barron are on the road together this spring playing hits of their own and of their better known bands as well.

Phillips fronts Toad the Wet Sprocket, who themselves will be hitting the road this summer with Barenaked Ladies, and Barron sang for the Spin Doctors back in the day.

Currently on a tour without their bands, they are still playing the folk/pop songs they are known for. As well as some stuff you may not know them for.

Barron has been mixing old jazz hits into his sets and Phillips got very introspective and spiritual on his latest solo work.

But both are not afraid to play the 90s classics fans know and love.

And if you did in fact love them back in the day, then you should score your tickets to see them next week at the Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River.

The guys roll into town next Thursday, March 12 for one night only.

Tickets are on sale right now for just $30. But will go up a bit to $35 night of.

If you're looking for an eclectic night of music that is bound to bring back some memories, then this could be a must see show for you.

And if you're just looking for something different to do on date night, $30 concert tickets aren't too shabby.

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