Shinedown is probably not the first act you think of when it comes to remixes or "the club." Heck, they're probably not even in the first hundred or so acts when it comes to that, but if there's one thing we've learned over the past decade, it's that just about any track can be subject to a remix.
Shinedown had some fun with their rider during a 2009 tour, where they paid tribute to the famous Foo Fighters rider by requesting assorted sugary cereals, but not the ones from "the Color Me Badd reunion show last night," and Van Halen's legendary brown M&Ms request by demanding the purple Skittles be removed from the fruity mix, because according to the band, "Purple is for terrorists."
Things may be cooling down a bit once September hits, but how much does anything really cool down in the desert? Keeping the temperatures high on Sept. 28 and 29 in Phoenix will be the inaugural Desert Uprising two-day festival.
Shinedown recently launched a revolution to bring rock music back to the forefront. With frontman Brent Smith leading the charge, he challenged fans to stand up and put their fists in the air for rock and with the band’s latest release ‘Amaryllis’ now out, Smith and Shinedown are proving to be worthy adversaries for the cause.
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