Blood, Sweat & Tears is an American music group consisting of Steve Katz, Rob Paparozzi, Dave Gellis, Glenn McClelland, Georg Wadenius, Gary Foote, Andrea Valentini, Teddy Mulet, Steve Jankowski and Jens Wendelboe. Since its debut, the band has encompassed a multitude of musical styles, from rock to blues, pop music to jazz. It released a compilation album, The Collection, in 2003.
Blood, Sweat & Tears bring their high-powered live show and back catalog of rock classics to the One World Theatre in Austin. BS&T hit the scene in the late '60s with a unique fusion of rock, soul, R&B and jazz influences, and soon became known for their impressive horn section, soulful sound and thrilling live shows. Their self-titled 1969 album went quadruple platinum, won that year's Grammy Award for Album of the Year, and spawned the hits "Spinning Wheel," "You've Made Me So Very Happy" and "And When I Die." Singer-musician Bo Bice, the runner-up to Carrie Underwood on the fourth season of "American Idol", joins the group as lead vocalist, bringing his powerful pipes and a whole new fan base to this 21st century version of the legendary jazz-rock band.