The band name likely sounds familiar but just to refresh you, Rehab is the band that did the songs "It Don't Matter" and "Bartender Song" that you've heard on The Blaze.

Rehab are calling it quits and saying so long with "The Farewell Tour", with a stop in Missoula on Tuesday, February 11th.

Tickets are $15 at Rockin' Rudy's, by phone at 866-300-8300 or online.

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Average Joes Entertainment/BackRoad Records' band,REHAB, will say a final goodbye appearing in 49 cities nationwide. The “2014 Farewell Tour” kicks off January 30 in Columbus, Georgia. After a decade-long run performing more than 150 shows per year, REHAB has  entertained hundreds of thousands of fans.

Even though the band won’t be performing together after the farewell tour, Danny Boone and Demun Jones plan to release solo projects in the New Year. As a thank you to their loyal fans, the band will host a post-show meet and greet in every city. In addition, a sneak peek of new music coming from both band members will be revealed in the coming days.


“Our fans have been so loyal throughout the years,” commented Danny Boone and Demun Jones. “We are so excited to get back out there on the road and play the hits, as well as some of the new music that we have both been working on.”


From Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker to Linkin Park and Kottonmouth Kings, the band has toured with some of music’s biggest stars. 
REHAB emerged from Atlanta’s hot music scene in 2000 with their debut album, “Southern Discomfort,” which yielded a Top 15 Modern Rock hit with, “It Don’t Matter.” Other hits that soon followed include “Bartender Song,” and “Welcome Home,” the latter garnering a CMT Music Video Award nomination for “Wide Open Country Video of the Year.”