Staind, 9 September 2023
Gig of Staind in The Treasure Island Amphitheater
Unapologetically themselves from the very beginning, Staind catapulted onto the scene in the late 90's and found major success at the start of the millennium. Blending elements from post-grunge, hard rock and heavy metal, their powerful sound and honest lyrics are featured on songs like "It's Been Awhile," "So Far Away" and "Outside." See the group rock the Treasure Island Amphitheater on Saturday, September 9. Direct Support to be announced at a later date. This event is outdoors and is rain or shine. Show is restricted to ages 12+. * Limited accessible seating available All ticketed events at Treasure Island Resort and Casino are non-refundable unless the show is canceled. In the event of cancellation, refunds may be available through the original point of purchase.
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Staind (/steɪnd/ STAYND) is an American rock band formed in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1995. The original lineup consisted of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Aaron Lewis, lead guitarist Mike Mushok, bassist and backing vocalist Johnny April, and drummer Jon Wysocki. The lineup has been stable outside of the 2011 departure of Wysocki, who was replaced by Sal Giancarelli. Staind has recorded seven studio albums: Tormented (1996), Dysfunction (1999), Break the Cycle (2001), 14 Shades of Grey (2003), Chapter V (2005), The Illusion of Progress (2008), and Staind (2011). The band's activity became more sporadic after their self-titled release, with Lewis pursuing a solo country music career and Mushok subsequently joining the band Saint Asonia, but they have continued to tour on and off in the following years. In 2016, Lewis reiterated that the band had not broken up, and would possibly create another album, but that his then-current focus was on his solo career. The band reunited more permanently in 2019 for several shows, continuing with live appearances in 2020. Many of their singles have reached high positions on US rock and all-format charts as well, including "It's Been Awhile", "Fade", "Price to Play", "So Far Away", and "Right Here".
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