Fueled by the success of anthemic hit songs such as “Selling the Drama,” “I Alone,” “Lightning Crashes,” and “All Over You,” Live became one of the most successful and distinctive bands of the 1990s. In an era often remembered for its cynicism and machismo, the Pennsylvania band proved that idealism and spirituality still had a place within the world of alternative rock. While the band had earned a dedicated following since the late 1980s, it was their classic 1994 album Throwing Copper that hurtled them into rock superstardom. Deftly straddling the line between Pearl Jam’s musical muscularity and R.E.M.’s introspective style, Live became a massive crossover sensation and one of the defining band’s of their era. Today, the multi-platinum band continues to travel the globe, sharing their music worldwide.