Theory of a Deadman Brings Tour Back to Fargo

On Monday, Canadian hard rockers Theory of a Deadman, accompanied by Shaman’s Harvest and Artifas, are performing at the Fargo Theatre.

This big name rock band takes some influence from southern, country and hard rock blending it together with its alternative metal and grungy overtones. The group may ring a bell upon the mention of their 2008 commercially successful hit, “Bad Girlfriend.”

The band started in 2001, and was the first band Nickelback’s frontman, Chad Kroeger, signed to his label 604 Records. The band’s singer, Tyler Connolly, reportedly slipped a copy of his band’s demo to Kroeger at a post-concert party, and the two have since been in collaboration.

According to the Jade Present’s concert announcement, Connolly was quoted regarding the newest album, “I’m known as the guy writes all the ‘breakup’ songs. It would be typical to write more, so I did just the opposite.”

Doors open at 7 p.m., with the first act on at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available, starting at $30. Jade Presents is bringing the group to Fargo, adding to its busy scheduling flurry that has included The Avett Brothers, Craig Ferguson and upcoming shows from Kevin Hart and Hinder.

Known for bringing a killer show to typically large crowds, it will be a treat to catch Theory of a Deadman in as intimate a setting as the Fargo Theatre.

Ticket Info:
WHAT: Theory of a Deadman
WHERE: The Fargo Theatre
WHEN: Doors open 7 p.m., show begins 8 p.m. Monday
PRICE: $30

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