The Southern gentleman of 3 Doors Down heated up the stage at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last night (Nov. 9) with Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman and Michigan's Pop Evil.

3 Doors Down opened up their set with their song ‘Time of My Life’ off of their latest album of the same name. They also played radio hits such as ‘Kryptonite,’ ‘Here Without You,’ ‘Loser’ and numerous others. The band made the massive stage in Hammerstein Ballroom their playground as they had the crowd wrapped around their fingers.

Frontman Brad Arnold made fans melting with his dimples and baby blues. It also helps that the man can seriously belt out a note or two. He sounded flawless to say the least as he and the rest of the band didn’t miss a beat, literally.

It’s always a beer-spilling good time when Theory of a Deadman come to town. They made a stop in New York City earlier this year when they were out on tour with Stone Sour, Halestorm and Art of Dying in in support of their latest disc ‘The Truth Is…’ The very witty and charismatic band had great interaction with the crowd and a lot of fans went home with free souvenirs since members of TOAD were throwing picks left and right before, during and after every song. They performed a wide variety of tracks such as ‘Bad Girlfriend,’ ‘Bitch Came Back,’ ‘Hate My Life’ among others.

The band also played a little trick on fans as they started playing Guns ‘ N’ Roses’ ‘Paradise City’ and singer Tyler Connolly introduced “Axl Rose” onto the stage. The crowd roared with excitement only to meet the smirk on Connolly’s face to reveal that Rose wasn’t actually there. Bummer.

Pop Evil also returned to New York City for the second time this year. Over the summer, the band opened up for Nonpoint. Their performance keeps getting stronger and stronger and they started out the night with high energy. Pop Evil have been working nonstop to promote their latest album ‘War of Angels.’

These talented bands are only on tour together until this Sunday, Nov. 13; peep the remaining dates here.

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