311 Tour 2019! 311, explained “three-eleven”, is an American present day melodic pack known for their mix of reggae with rap-metal, the band confined in 1990 from Omahu, Nebraska, U.S.
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Confined of vocalist/guitarist Nick Hexum, lead guitarist Jim Watson, bassist Aaron “P-Nut” Wills, and drummer Chad Sexton, the band got their name from the Omaha Police Department’s code for disrespectful presentation after the band’s exceptional guitarist was caught for streaking. That guitarist, Jim Watson, left the social occasion not long after the band’s start and was replaced by Tim Mahoney. The band began honing their capacities, performing in the area moving to Los Angeles, California and stamping with Capricorn Records in 1991.
In the midst of the 1990s, 311 released a progression of accumulations including the by and large invited “Music” in 1992, “Grassroots” in 1993, and 1995’s eponymously-titled gathering, likewise called “The Blue Album”. The last bested at No. 12 on the Billboard 200, helped by the singles “Totally turned back to front” and “Down” at last selling in excess of three million copies in the U.S.
311’s 1996 was eaten up by steady, determined visiting, which the band paraded with their live home video “Increased to Show Detail”. As such the propelled rockers released the accumulation “Transistor” in 1997, a platinum selling release, which provoked the gathering “Live” recording 311’s live shows. “Soundsystem” met up in 1999 going before the social affair changed to stamp Volcano Records for their sixth studio gathering “From Chaos”, which was issued in 2001.
The band’s seventh accumulation “Evolver” wound up being their most exceedingly horrendous routinely performing material in 2003, in any case continued to release a “Greatest Hits” conglomeration of hit singles to praise over 10 years as an assembling. New material met up in 2005 with the band’s eighth full-length accumulation “Don’t Tread on Me” trailed by “Uplifter” in 2009, “Comprehensive Pulse” in 2011, and “Stereolithic” in 2014.