Korn has booked a special summer 2021 tour with Staind as the special guest on all dates. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, May 14th at the link below. The tour will see both bands traversing the country this summer and will give fans the chance to see two of the biggest forces in rock perform on the same stage each night [full itinerary below]. 68, and Fire From The Gods will also appear. Produced by Live Nation, the coast-to-coast 28-city outing will kick off August 5th in West Palm Beach, FL and make stops in Long Island, Detroit, Irvine, Phoenix, Austin and more, before wrapping up with a performance at Dallas’ Dos Equis Pavilion on September 21st. Furthermore, both bands will perform at Louisville, Kentucky’s Louder Than Life Festival on September 23rd.
Henry W. Longfellow wrote that “… music is the universal language of mankind.” Music, to some people, generates their very life force. The pandemic came barreling into our lives like a runaway train canceling future plans indefinitely. The music industry was immediately impacted as devastated fans watched helplessly as show by show and entire tours were canceled. Fans of the ginormously popular alternative metal band Staind held little hope that after a five-year hiatus they would see their beloved Staind as scheduled. Alas, the tour was not meant to be, as the weeks turned into months, music fans were slowly giving up on ever seeing live music performed in the near future. Fortunes are turning around in 2021, and until the band can hit the road again, Staind has announced The Return of Staind: a two-part Global Streaming series.
Multi-platinum active rock band Staind has returned to activity with a new live album from their comeback tour in 2019 and has also announced a livestream series. The band will release their first album in 9 Years, Live: It’s Been Awhile, on May 7th, 2021. The performance comes from their tour stop in their comeback show at their old stomping grounds at Foxwoods Casino and Resorts in Connecticut, a short drive from the band’s Massachusetts roots. They also announced The Return Of Staind: A Two-Part Global Streaming Series, in partnership with Danny Wimmer Presents (Sonic Temple, Welcome to Rockville, Louder than Life, Aftershock Festival). Tickets and limited-edition packages including virtual meet & greets are on sale now at the link below.
Rock supergroup Saint Asonia, featuring former Three Days Grace frontman Adam Gontier and Staind guitarist/founding member Mike Mushok, have released the deluxe edition of 2019’s Flawed Design album. The album features guest appearances from Sully Erna of Godsmack, and Sharon den Adel of Within Temptation. The new version features two additional songs, which were the bonus tracks of the original album and not widely released: “Say Goodbye” and “Weak & Tired” which you can hear right now. Pre-order’s are also live at Spinefarm Records. Continue reading
Sully Erna and Aaron Lewis, of Godsmack and Staind respectively, are teaming up for a special Drive-In performance, where the two will play side by side on stage for the first time ever for The American Drive-In Tour, kicking off in October. It’s one of the first 2020 drive-in live rock concert tours planned across multiple cities and promises a once-in-a-lifetime event for fans. Tickets go on sale starting this Tuesday, September 15 at noon local time.
Charlie Daniels, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame best known for “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” died Monday morning after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke. He was 83. Daniels’ death was confirmed by his publicist, Don Murry Grubbs. He is survived by his wife, Hazel, and son Charlie Daniels Jr. Although best known for his blistering fiddle solos, he was an incredibly accomplished song writer. By the time the Charlie Daniels Band topped the charts with “Devil” in 1979, the instrumentalist, singer and songwriter had long established a remarkable, multifaceted career in Music City. As a session musician, he played on three of Bob Dylan’s albums — including the revolutionary “Nashville Skyline” — as well as recordings for Ringo Starr and Leonard Cohen. He also performed on Aaron Lewis of Staind’s debut country solo EP. In 1974, he launched the first “Volunteer Jam,” an all-star concert that has continued for nearly 50 years. Daniels joined the Grand Ole Opry in 2008, and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016. Rest in peace Charlie.
Disturbed has confirmed the rescheduled 2021 dates for its “The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour”, co-produced by Frank Productions and Live Nation. The amphitheater tour, with very special guests Staind and Bad Wolves, will begin on July 7, 2021 at iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre and all previously purchased tickets will be honored for their rescheduled dates. “The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour” celebrates the two-decade anniversary of the band’s seminal album “The Sickness”. On this tour, the band will perform songs off the album, as well as tracks from their most recent studio release, “Evolution”, and their extensive catalog.
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Disturbed will embark on a 31-date “The Sickness 20th Anniversary Tour” throughout North America this year, co-produced by Frank Productions and Live Nation. Direct support will come from Staind and Bad Wolves, and will tour amphitheaters as Disturbed celebrates the two-decade anniversary of the band’s debut album ‘The Sickness’. The tour dates will run from mid-July through mid-September, with dates in cities including Tampa, Toronto, Cincinnati, Phoenix, and Irvine (full dates below). Tickets will go on sale Friday, January 31 at 10 a.m. local time (with the exception of the Rogers, AR show which will go on-sale at 12 p.m. local time) here. Select presales will begin Tuesday, January 28. Special VIP, meet-and-greet, and merch bundle packages are available for all dates. Disturbed’s tour will also be a part of Ticket To Rock 2020, an exclusive ticket package at select Live Nation amphitheaters across the country.