Shinedown and Trapt will pair up to rock the Casino Ballroom together. Shinedown will perform last on this date, but it is a co-headlining show time wise. Don't miss this one.
After touring for 23 months and playing more than 400 shows, you'd think the four members of Shinedown would want to rest. They did. For about two weeks.
Then it was back into the studio to start work on "US AND THEM," the hard-rocking Jacksonville, Fla., band's second album and the follow-up to their 2003 platinum debut, "LEAVE A WHISPER." "We took two weeks off and then went right back into the studio. We basically wrote every song from scratch and recorded it, and here we are now with a new album," says frontman Brent Smith.
That should tell you exactly what you need to know about Shinedown. Smith and his bandmates - guitarist Jasin Todd, bassist Brad Stewart, and drummer Barry Kerch - don't want to do anything but rock. For them, writing, recording, and touring go beyond overused terms like "passion" and "commitment" and are, in fact, their reasons for being. They have a lot to say and a lot to play, so it should be no surprise that they only needed enough time to do the laundry and maybe catch a little extra sleep before the desire to make more music brought them back together.
Then again, "LEAVE A WHISPER" was the kind of album that would energize any band. It was one of those ubiquitous, won't-go-away records, spawning radio hits such as "Fly From the Inside," the controversial social commentary "45," and a remake of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man," a crowd-pleasing nod to their sweet home Florida roots. Shinedown wound up topping SoundScan's Alternative New Artist chart and also hit the top five on Billboard's Heatseekers ranking of new and developing artists. Four tracks from "LEAVE A WHISPER" reached the top five on the rock radio charts, making the album a veritable "greatest hits" package by today's standards.
But it was on tour that Shinedown really established themselves following the release of "LEAVE A WHISPER." The tireless group shared stages with Van Halen, 3 Doors Down, Tantric, Saliva, and Life of Agony during their run on the road. And it was there that Smith says Shinedown recognized just what kind of band they were.
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Billy Currington will return to the Ballroom Saturday May 13th. We are excited to be off and away for 2017. We will be announcing five more shows at the end of next week. Stay tuned.
2017 Concert Series announcements coming soon.
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