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John and Robby on stage in Michigan. (Photo provided by BB Gun Press)
John and Robby on stage in Michigan. (Photo provided by BB Gun Press)

Goo Goo Dolls debut new live video for 'Fearless'


Mon, Jun 1st 2020 01:35 pm

On Monday, multi-Platinum, four-time Grammy-nominated rock band Goo Goo Dolls released a brand-new live video for their uplifting new single, "Fearless." The performance was filmed at the historic Kalamazoo State Theatre in Kalamazoo, Michigan, during the band's fall 2019 headlining tour in support of their 12th studio album, “Miracle Pill” (Warner Records). Watch the video now HERE.

Last month, Goo Goo Dolls released a comic-book-inspired lyric video for "Fearless," directed and produced by Michael Perlmutter. A press release noted, “The video is an inspiring, heartfelt celebration of life's everyday heroes and can be viewed now HERE.” Recently, the band also released a live performance of "Fearless" in association with Global Citizen for their "Together At Home" series in an effort to spread awareness and raise funds for the World Health Organization to help end the coronavirus. Watch it now HERE.

“Miracle Pill” officially arrived last September via Warner Records. In addition to "Lost," the engaging album also features the smash single "Miracle Pill" and the stirring slow-burn "Autumn Leaves."


Formed in Buffalo during 1986 by John Rzeznik and Robby Takac, Goo Goo Dolls quietly broke records, contributed a string of staples to the American songbook, connected to millions of fans, and indelibly impacted popular music for three-plus decades.

Beyond selling 12 million records worldwide, the group garnered four Grammy Award nominations and seized a page in the history books by achieving 14 No. 1 and Top 10 hits at Hot AC – the most of any artist. As a result, they hold the all-time radio record for most Top 10 singles.

Among a string of hits, "Iris" clutched No. 1 on the Hot 100 for 18 straight weeks; “A Boy Named Goo” went double-Platinum and “Dizzy Up The Girl” went quadruple-platinum.

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