Rockers Defend Vince Neil’s Teleprompter Reliance Telling Critics ‘Leave The Guy Alone’
Teleprompters onstage: Sin or Useful Tool?
Who Was Really Responsible for the Grunge Explosion?
What really set the stage for it?
Shinedown Unleash ‘I’ll Follow You’ Video
With the release of their fourth studio album ‘Amaryllis’ back in March of 2012, Shinedown have showed no signs of slowing down any time soon. The band recently premiered their latest video for the song ‘I’ll Follow You’ on VH1’s Top 20 Countdown and it can now be seen above.
Shinedown’s Eric Bass Suffers Second Degree Ankle Sprain on Tour
As far as physical professions go, being a musician is usually one of the most injury free occupations you could choose. Still, there are the occasional accidents that happen on the road and Shinedown bassist Eric Bass is feeling the effects of a performance mishap last night (March 22) in Lubbock, Texas.
Shinedown + Three Days Grace Add Second Leg to 2013 Co-Headlining U.S. Tour
Just a few weeks ago, Shinedown and Three Days Grace announced the first leg of a co-headlining U.S. tour that kicks off in February 2013. Now, the two bands have added a second leg of dates to the trek.
Cage Match Friday of Covers: Redlight King vs. Shinedown [VIDEO, POLL]
Our Cage Match today is going to be great and we are delving into the world of covers. We've got Redlight King's cover of Neil Young's 'Old Man' vs. Shinedown's remake of 'Simple Man' by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Shinedown: We’ve Already Recorded a New Album
There's no doubt that Shinedown's Brent Smith is a prolific writer, but it appears as though he and his hard-working band have gotten ahead of the game for their next album. Despite releasing 'Amaryllis' earlier this year, Smith reveals to NME that the band has already recorded a new album.
Green Day, Shinedown, Van Halen, Linkin Park + More Nominated for People’s Choice Awards
The People's Choice Awards will return in January, and a number of top rock acts are in competition to take home honors for Favorite Band. Green Day, Shinedown, Van Halen, Linkin Park and the Black Keys are among those vying for the honor.
Shinedown’s Brent Smith Reveals ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ as First Musical Influence
Musicians have to get their inspiration from somewhere, and Shinedown singer Brent Smith says he owes a debt of gratitude to the '70s television series 'The Dukes of Hazzard' and the singer of the show's theme song, Waylon Jennings, for putting him on the path to music.