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Formed in 1995, Matchbox Twenty is a four-member American rock band. It consists of Rob Thomas who operates the keyboards, rhythm guitar, and the vocals, Kyle Cook on the lead guitar and backing vocals, Brian Yale for bass, and Paul Doucette who works the rhythm guitar, drums and backing vocals. Debuting their first ever album, Yourself or Someone Like You, the group rose to international fame in 1996. The album received 12x Platinum certification in the United States, while in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand; it rose to the multi-platinum level. In 2000, Matchbox Twenty released their second album, Mad Season which featured on the top three on Billboard 200 and received 4x Platinum certification in the United States. Their third album, which came in 2002, was titled More Than You Think You Are. Although it received massive airplay, it could only receive a 2x platinum certification in the US. However, their dwindling fortunes plunged the group into a hiatus in 2004 when the first rhythm guitarist, Adam Gaynor left. Consequently, Paul Doucette took over, and the band came back together in 2007. Rejuvenated and revitalized, Matchbox Twenty released a compilation album, Exile On Mainstream and was certified Gold in the US. The group underwent yet another hiatus as Rob Thomas launched a solo career but later rejoined the band in 2010. It was time to release the fourth album, North, which debuted at number one on Billboard 200. Despite the challenges, the group has won several nominations and a few awards. In 2001 and 2004, Mad Season and More Than You Think You Are were nominated for the Grammy Awards. In 2004, the group clinched the People’s Choice Awards in the Favorite Musical Group category. In spite of the challenges, on March 20, 2017, Matchbox Twenty made a press release in which they asserted that the members were back together and were going to undertake a musical tour.