So guess who Taylor Swift invited to perform on stage with her at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Monday, Nov. 21? That'd be Johnny Rzeznik, the lead singer of alt rock hitsmiths Goo Goo Dolls. The band originated in Buffalo, which is way up north in the Empire State. But they are still technically from New York so they fall in line with Swift's tradition of inviting guests from the state in which she is touring to come on stage with her. The pair performed the band's pretty, mid-'90s smash 'Iris,' a moving ballad, which is right in Swift's wheelhouse.
In these pictures, see Johnny Rzeznik and the rest of the Goo Goo Dolls gang performing in Boston, Mass. The group, which rose to fame in the late '90s with hits like 'Iris' and 'Slide,' performed at the Bank of America Pavilion in the New England city.
The next Goo Goo Dolls album is "maybe...halfway done," according to singer John Rzeznik. The frontman told Billboard the record will be "more uptempo and very sort of upbeat" compared to the group's last effort, 'Something for the Rest of Us.'
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