Genre-Defying Band Hinder to Play Fargo

Hinder promise to have an enigmatic, thrilling live show.

You know what they say, nothing can keep a band away from performing in Fargo, not even a bus crash. The band Hinder will be performing 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fargo Theatre.

Originally, this concert was set to happen in December, but when the band’s tour bus crashed, they had to postpone.

Hinder is widely known for their most popular songs “Get Stoned” and “Lips of an Angel,” which launched them into the public eye where they had since been praised as “the next wave in anthemic rock.” The band’s official new lead vocalist, Marshal Dutton, is breathing new life into the ever-changing band even after they have had a decade long career of rock.

Hinder demonstrated talent in recent years, playing with the likes of Aerosmith, Motley Crue and Papa Roach.

This upcoming concert will center on the band’s new album “When the Smoke Clears,” its fifth studio recording. While many songs have a heavy and maniacal rock style, country influences are also prominently seen along with electric beats. The band carefully walks the fine line between genres with a finesse because, as stated by drummer Cody Hanson, “We don’t want to be a band that can only do that one thing. We have something for everyone.”

Ticket info

When: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Fargo Theatre

Price: Starting at $26

More info: jadepresents.com

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