Dave Matthews Band entire catalog now available on Apple’s iTunes Music Store

Dave Matthews Band and Apple today announced the availability of the entire Dave Matthews Band catalog on the iTunes Music Store. For the first time ever online, fans of Dave Matthews Band can purchase and download individual songs from the band’s catalog for just 99 cents per song exclusively from iTunes.

“We’re excited to offer Dave Matthews Band fans our entire catalog on iTunes for downloading to their computer or iPod,” said Dave Matthews in the press release. “After releasing ‘Stand Up’ on iTunes the band received such great feedback that we decided to make all of our music available on the iTunes Music Store.”

“We’re thrilled to be the first digital music store to offer the songs from Dave Matthews Band for individual purchase,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s vice president of iTunes in the press release. “We’ve sold over one billion songs since launching the iTunes Music Store just three years ago, and the availability of every Dave Matthews Band song for purchase is yet another major milestone for iTunes and digital music.”

Beginning today, fans can download songs from Dave Matthews Band albums including; “Under the Table and Dreaming,” “Crash,” “Before These Crowded Streets,” “Everyday,” “Busted Stuff,” “Stand Up” and “Remember Two Things.” Dave Matthews solo album “Some Devil” and violinist Boyd Tinsley’s solo album “True Reflections” are also available. Each album can be downloaded from iTunes for $9.99 and individual songs for 99 cents each.

Dave Matthews Band has sold more than 35 million albums in the United States alone and over 12 million concert tickets, making them a top album seller and concert draw year in and year out. The band begins their summer tour on May 30 with a date in St. Louis, Missouri’s UMB Bank Pavilion and is not expected to finish until late September at which point the band will have played nearly 50 dates in total. For more details on tour dates and ticket information, visit http://www.davematthewsband.com

With Apple’s legendary ease of use, pioneering features such as integrated video and Podcasting support, iMix playlist sharing, seamless integration with iPod and groundbreaking personal use rights, the iTunes Music Store is the best way for Mac and PC users to legally discover, purchase and download music and videos online. The iTunes Music Store features a selection of over 3,500 music videos, Pixar and Disney short films, a variety of hit TV shows, and more than two million songs from the major music companies and over 1,000 independent labels.

Click to see the Dave Matthews Band catalog on Apple’s iTunes Music Store.

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18 Comments

  1. Wow, a lot of folks here who apparently don’t appreciate good musicianship. Even if you don’t care for their songs, at least recognize that they are stellar musicians. And anyone who finds DMB boring has never seen them live. Do. You won’t be disappointed.

    I’m glad to see they finally came around and joined iTMS.

  2. Let me rephrase that: If I was a beer swilling, hairy-legged college chick, AND IT WAS 1995, I might be excited about this.

    All I’d need is Hootie and the Blowfish’s Greatest Hits and a fresh outbreak of crabs and my life would be complete.

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