The new single from the Goo Goo Dolls  has been added to the Radio 2 playlist.  Singer John Rzeznik will also be playing an acoustic session for Jo Whiley airing at 8.45 pm on Oct 24th.   ‘Come To Me’ is released on 28th October via Warner Music, and is a classic, intimate slice of romance that’s destined to echo throughout arenas for years to come. Watch the animated lyric video below. Singer John Rzeznik commented: "I wrote Come To Me about my girlfriend who is now my wife,  I wanted to capture the story of two people who's love carried them all the way back to the start" 

The track is racing up the Hot AC charts in the US where it’s currently at No.20 and the band have been busy appearing on a host of TV shows from Good Morning America, to Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Entertainment Tonight.

After playing to over half a million people on their recent US tour, Goo Goo Dolls will be making a welcome return to the UK in October.  In their first visit since 2010, the band will be playing a string of dates kicking off in Nottingham on 15th October 2013.  Tickets are available from: .

Goo Goo Dolls  released their  tenth album ‘Magnetic’ on June 10th,  a collection of  11 new songs overflowing with positive energy, which  John Rzeznik, Robby Takac and drummer Mike Malinin - a lineup steady since 1995 -  recorded with Gregg Wattenberg (Train), Rob Cavallo (Green Day), John Shanks (Bon Jovi) and Greg Wells (Katy Perry). Classic Rock called it “…a life affirming joyful record” whilst Q said “…every chorus stick like glue”.  From the celebratory “Rebel Beat” to the love-rediscovered ballad “Slow It Down,” the blue-collar anthem “Keep the Car Running” to the meltingly romantic “Come to Me,” Magnetic is an album bursting with a spirit of renewal.


The UK dates are:

OCTOBER 2013                                    

Tues 15  Nottingham Rock City                

Wed 16   Manchester Academy         

Thurs 17  Glasgow Academy                

Sat 19     Newcastle Academy            

Sun 20    Leeds Academy                      

Mon 21   Norwich UEA                           

Wed 23   Birmingham Institute            

Fri 25      Hammersmith Apollo


 Tickets are £24 , except for  London which are £26.50. Doors are 7pm.

Available from:


Goo Goo Dolls have a long history, when the band started they were a post-hardcore/thrash band, ripped jeans, baseball cap backwards, guitars slung low.  There is no better example of post-punk perfection than Ain’t That Unusual.  Then in 1998, came Iris, arguably one of the biggest songs of all time, and things would never be the same for them again.  It brought them to a whole new audience - the album from which it came, Dizzy Up the Girl, has now sold over 5 million copies worldwide.  Recently, three of the band’s songs were placed in Billboard’s Top 100 songs of 2002-12, with “Iris” standing at No.1.  It recently re-entered the UK charts at No.3, where it has been a permanent feature in the top 200 for the past two years.


Watch the video for ‘Rebel Beat’ below.

Official video for ‘Come to Me’ – coming soon!   #
Contact:  Kas Mercer on 0208 354 4111 or email

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October 10, 2013 12:14pm ET by Mercenary Publicity   Comments (0)

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