3 Doors Down tour coming to Syracuse

Brad Arnold / 3 Doors Down


Leigh Kakaty / Pop Evil

Leigh Kakaty / Pop Evil

A few good ol’ country boys from Escatawpa, Mississippi formed a band that everyone has come to know and love and they will make a stop in Syracuse during their ‘Us and the Night Tour’ – 3 Doors Down.  They will be sharing the stage with two of the hottest touring bands on the scene right now: Pop Evil and Red Sun Rising at the OnCenter Crouse Hinds Theater located at 515 Montgomery St. in Syracuse Tuesday, Sept. 13. The doors open at 6:30 with shredded riffs, killer vocals and guys that know how to give the audience what they want – ROCK n ROLL! Tickets range from $39.50-$200(VIP) and can be purchased online at ticketmaster.com, by phone at (800)-745-3000 or The Solvay Bank Box Office @ The Oncenter located at 760 S. State St. in Syracuse. And, we just got word about a killer deal – “Rock the Rafters!”! All you have to do is use the code RAFTER and your mezzanine & balcony tickets are only $20!
#TeamFuze recently sat down with Brad Arnold from 3 Doors Down while they were on tour this summer and talked shop. Take a moment and check out the personal and fun side of the band.




3 Doors Down
Brad Arnold, Vocals
Chris Henderson,  Lead Guitar
Greg Upchurch, Drums
Chet Roberts, Guitar
Justin Biltonen, Bass

Formed in 1995, Grammy Award-nominated multiplatinum Mississippi rock band 3 Doors Down consistently captivates audiences worldwide. The quintet’s many accolades include selling 16 million albums globally, receiving three Grammy nominations, and winning two American Music Awards, and five BMI Pop Awards for songwriting—including “Songwriter of the Year.” Their debut The Better Life, became certified six-times RIAA platinum in 2000 and was fueled by the success of juggernaut hit “Kryptonite.” This was followed by 2002’s sophomore album, Away from the Sun which went triple-platinum and saw similar success with “When I’m Gone” and “Here Without You.” 2005’s platinum Seventeen Days and 2008’s 3 Doors Down each earned #1 debuts on the Billboard Top 200, while Time of My Life landed at #3 in 2011. In 2003, the group founded the charity The Better Life Foundation. Ignited by the single “In The Dark,” 3 Doors Down unleashes their sixth full-length album, Us and the Night, in 2016.

Bio Credit: https://www.facebook.com/3DoorsDown/?fref=ts


Pop Evil
Leigh Kakaty, Vocals
Davey Grahs , Guitar
Nick Fuelling , Guitar
Matt DiRito , Bass

Even as the music business was dismantled and reconfigured, large chain stores shuttered, cable TV abandoned music videos as a format, radio playlists tightened, and thick-headedly bubblegum anthems celebrated, hard rock music has actually thrived, increasing in size and championed by an elite vanguard of ambitious bands. POP EVIL smashes through the odds like a battering ram, weathering the trials and tribulations of paying dues with a steadfast resilience owing much to their blue collar and middle class backgrounds, and building a worldwide audience one fan at a time. As the moniker promises when emblazoned on a CD or radio dial, POP EVIL conjures aggressive riffs and hard charging sing-a-longs with emotional heft and melodic power in equal measure. It’s music by the people, for the people.

Bio Credit: https://www.facebook.com/popevil/


Red Sun Rising
Mike Protich, Vocals & Guitar
Ryan Williams, Guitar
Ricky Miller,  Bass & Vocals
Dave McGarry, Guitar & Vocals
Pat Gerasia, Drums

Rock music should be built to last. Since its genesis, the genre has been all about longevity not a “flavor of the month” or a “flash in the pan.” Whether you go back to the seventies or nineties pillars, the goal was to create something that can be lived with for a lifetime. It still can be that way. Akron, Ohio’s Red Sun Rising—proudly carry on that tradition with their full-length debut, Polyester Zeal [Razor & Tie]. “It’s not today’s rock, but it’s a new alternative,” declares singer and guitarist Mike Protich. “We want to uphold the foundation with subtle nuances of what’s familiar. It’s fresh because we’re telling our story through that framework.” Sharing that story has been the goal since first breaking onto the scene in 2012. Akron is no stranger to rock ‘n’ roll, serving as home to everybody from Black Keys and Devo to Chrissie Hynde. That buzzing industrial landscape remains fertile ground for musicians to this day. “A lot of people don’t realize that Akron’s a really cool, artsy community,” says Mike. “There’s great food, local beers, and culture. Because it’s somewhat off the national grid, there’s a real tightknit music scene. We spawned off of that. There are a lot of factories around and the grit seeps into the music too.”

Bio Credit: https://www.facebook.com/redsunrisingmusic/?ref=page_internal



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