Restless Heart is an American country pop band originally formed as a studio band to record demos. The band's original members comprised John Dittrich (drums, vocals), Paul Gregg (bass guitar, vocals), Dave Innis (piano, keyboards, rhythm guitar, vocals), Greg Jennings (guitar, vocals), and Verlon Thompson (lead vocals); Thompson was replaced with Larry Stewart shortly before Restless Heart was signed to a recording contract in 1984. Throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s, the band saw considerable crossover success in both country music and adult contemporary, with a distinctive hybrid of mainstream country and soft rock influenced by the layered harmonies of the Eagles. In that same timespan, the band charted more than fifteen Top 10 singles on the Billboard country music charts, including six Number Ones. After the band's commercial success waned in the 1990s, Stewart left in 1992 for a solo career, followed by Innis' departure not long afterward; by 1996, the three remaining members had disbanded. Except for a brief reunion for one album in 1998, the band remained inactive until 2002, when Dittrich, Gregg, Innis, Jennings, and Stewart all reunited. Two years later, they released Still Restless, the first album since 1992 to utilize the entire five-piece lineup, on Koch Records. This album produced one more country chart single.
Restless Heart tour dates 2015 U.S.
Restless Heart has 3 concerts concerts scheduled in U.S. in 2015, playing cities like West Wendover, Baton Rouge, Denton. The last time Restless Heart played a show in U.S. was 2015, in Fort Worth. Overall, Restless Heart have played a total of 62 gigs in the country. If you’re a Restless Heart fan, there are similar bands with concerts coming up like Ronnie Milsap, Doug Stone, Diamond Rio, Alabama, Lee Roy Parnell, Blackhawk.
Past Restless Heart gigs in U.S.
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