If you have ever heard a song from Goo Goo Dolls, chances are you've heard "Sympathy." This is one of the band's most popular songs and a great example of their musical prowess.
This acoustic rock song was written by John Rzeznik. The song is about drug addiction and how it destroys people and takes away their happiness. The song is also about showing compassion to people who suffer from addiction and help them get better.
Goo Goo Dolls have had a very successful career over the years and are still going strong, with 19 top ten singles and 15 million records sold worldwide. They have also been nominated for multiple Grammy awards.
The band was originally formed in Buffalo, New York and they have been together for 36 years. Their current album is called Chaos in Bloom and they have been touring to support it.
During their tour, they have been selling signed guitars and donating the money to Joe Torre Safe at Home, an organization that helps children who are exposed to domestic violence heal from their experiences. This is a cause that really means a lot to the band and it shows how much they care about the world.
In a recent interview with LEO, frontman John Rzeznik talked about their upcoming tour and their new album. He also reflected on how the album came together and what it means to him as a member of the band.