Dave Matthews Band has achieved a level of success most can bands only hope for. Are you a diehard DMB fan? See how well you can track the band's music and accomplishments through the years.
Dave Matthews put together the band in 1991 when he decided to record songs he had written.
Dave Matthews was born on Jan. 9, 1967 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Dave Matthews Band formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, in early 1991.
The original members of Dave Matthews Band include drummer Carter Beauford, saxophonist LeRoi Moore, bass player Stefan Lessard, keyboard player Peter Griesar and violinist Boyd Tinsley.
Dave Matthews Band had a Tuesday-night residency at Trax from 1992 to 1993.
"Remember Two Things" was recorded live at The Muse in Nantucket, Massachusetts, in August 1993 and debuted on the college charts as the highest independent entry. It was subsequently certified platinum.
"Under the Table and Dreaming" was the band's first studio album on the RCA label and is certified six-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The nomination for "What Would You Say" was for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and Best Music Video, Short Form.
"Crash," Dave Matthews Band’s second RCA studio album, was released on April 30, 1996.
The band took home the Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for its hit song "So Much To Say."
"Crush" was the third single released from the album "Before These Crowded Streets."
Butch Taylor has played live with Dave Matthews Band but on the keyboard, not the trombone.
Rashawn Ross plays trumpet and became a regular tour musician beginning with the band's 2006 tour.
"Before These Crowded Streets" was the band's first album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
The Warehouse is the DMB fan group that was formed in 1998.
The lyrics are from "Grey Street," the third and final radio single from the band's 2002 studio album, "Busted Stuff."
DMB was one of the acts on the Vote for Change tour, a politically motivated concert in October 2004.
The Bama Works Fund supports charitable programs in the Charlottesville, Virginia, area and a variety of needs nationally and internationally.
Julia Roberts, a self-professed DMB fan, is in the "Dream Girl" video.
Between recording the albums "Busted Stuff" and "Stand Up," Tinsley released his solo debut, "True Reflections."
LeRoi Moore passed away in August 2008 from complications from an all-terrain vehicle accident.
Matthews made his big-screen debut in the Disney film "Where the Red Fern Grows."
Dave Matthews Band has sold a combined 37 million CDs and DVDs.
In 2012 Dave Matthews Band became the first group in chart history to have six consecutive studio albums debut atop the chart.
Since forming in the late '90s, the Dave Matthews Band has sold more than 18 million tickets to concertgoers.
Dave Matthews is on the board along with John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Willie Nelson.
The DMB logo features the fire dancer. It's based on a sketch Matthews drew that is said to represent what he sees when he's onstage and looks out into the crowd: pretty girls dancing.
The fire dancer didn't appear until it was on the cover art of the band's sixth album, "Stand Up."
Matthews is part owner of Dreaming Tree Wines with partner Sean McKenzie.
Although they didn't win either Grammy, the album "Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King" has been hailed as one of the band's best to date.