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    Posted by Goo Goo Dolls
       |   October 08, 2010

    Goo Goo Dolls to appear on ABC's DANCING WITH THE STARS Oct 12, ABC's JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE! Dec 14th...
    Continuing to build on the momentum they have created with the No. 7 chart debut of their latest studio album Something For The Rest of Us, best-selling rock band GOO GOO DOLLS will give their first-ever televised acoustic performance on the live telecast of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars on October 12th. The band will perform a two-song medley of their new single, "Notbroken," plus their classic hit "Iris." Then on December 14, GOO GOO DOLLS will also perform live on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!  The band has recently made memorable appearances on America’s Got Talent, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, and Lopez Tonight.

    The potent, melody-minded Something For The Rest Of Us has earned raves from such media outlets as Billboard and USA Today,which praise the heft of singer-guitarist Johnny Rzeznik’s songwriting as headdresses the emotional fallout from economic upheaval, war, and a 24-hour news cycle on society.

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Goo Goo Dolls to appear on ABC's DANCING WITH THE STARS Oct 12, ABC's JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE! Dec 14th...
Continuing to build on the momentum they have created with the No. 7 chart debut of their latest studio album Something For The Rest of Us, best-selling rock band GOO GOO DOLLS will give their first-ever televised acoustic performance on the live telecast of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars on October 12th. The band will perform a two-song medley of their new single, "Notbroken," plus their classic hit "Iris." Then on December 14, GOO GOO DOLLS will also perform live on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!  The band has recently made memorable appearances on America’s Got Talent, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, and Lopez Tonight.

The potent, melody-minded Something For The Rest Of Us has earned raves from such media outlets as Billboard and USA Today,which praise the heft of singer-guitarist Johnny Rzeznik’s songwriting as headdresses the emotional fallout from economic upheaval, war, and a 24-hour news cycle on society.