The group’s probably best known for the song “Kiss Me” (featured in every ’90s teen television drama on the planet) and its covers of the La’s’ “There She Goes” and the Crowded House classic “Don’t Dream It’s Over.” After years of enjoying mainstream success, the band members parted ways in 2004 but reunited a few years later and released a new album entitled “Lost in Transition” in March. Expect to hear “Kiss Me” as well as a few new songs when Sixpence None the Richer performs at Canal Club on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 6 p.m. $16-$20. thecanalclub.com.
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