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The paper says the singer has been spotted wearing a new wedding ring earlier this week.

Reports from the Washington Daily News yesterday (August 11, 2017), suggest Counting Crows frontman has secretly got hitched to his long-term relationship. (read more)Intimate Ceremony with Family and Friends There had already been speculation that the loved-up pair were set to announce their engagement but it sounds like they might have just jumped straight to wedded bliss!

Duritz said he designs each show's set list on the day of the performance."I honestly never know what we're going to play every night," Duritz, 49, said.

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Related Adam Duritz Sparks Engagement Rumor The couple is said to have exchanged vows in an intimate morning ceremony at a secret location, before few close friends and family members.

Twitter Reactions To Rumored Wedding“They certainly looked like a happy couple” a close friend Tweeted on Friday (August 11).

The band has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide, first exploding onto the music scene with the platinum breakout disc "August and Everything After" in 1993.

Opening Sunday for Counting Crows is the alternative rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket.

On Wednesday night at BB&T Pavilion, a show by K Phillips, Rob Thomas, and Counting Crows offered a truly perplexing juxtaposition of sentiments verging on poetry - and others splashed with the kind of misogyny that makes your skin crawl.

Only at this sort of scene could couples gently hold hands and sway while in the stands two men break out into a full-on brawl.“And people know it, but that doesn’t make it any more special to us than anything else on the record.“I mean, I love ‘Mr.Jones.’ I’m really proud of writing it, [and] I think one of the reasons I do love it is that we don’t necessarily play it every night, so I don’t have to hate it.”Strong words from the 51-year-old songwriter for Counting Crows, whose two-decade journey with fans brings them to the Wolf Trap Thursday evening. Duritz’s keeping the radio hit at arm’s length shouldn’t surprise considering that his approach to recording and performing has been an anything-but-conventional ride."I think we're pretty good live, and that's the reason for it."Fans probably can expect to hear some of the band's big hits such as "Mr.Jones," "A Long December," "Accidentally in Love" and "Round Here."The band also is touring on the strength of its first studio album of all-new material in seven years, "Somewhere Under Wonderful," due to be released this fall.The quickest way to despise a song is to force yourself to sing it at every concert, said Adam Duritz, the Counting Crows frontman."If you do not want to play something, playing it is a really good way to start hating it," Duritz said by phone from his home in New York City.

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