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311 Tour 2019! 311, articulated “three-eleven”, is an American present day musical gang known for their combination of reggae with rap-metal, the band framed in 1990 from Omahu, Nebraska, U.S.

Framed 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 profane introduction after the band’s unique guitarist was captured for streaking. That guitarist, Jim Watson, left the gathering not long after the band’s origination and was supplanted by Tim Mahoney. The band started sharpening their abilities, performing in the neighborhood moving to Los Angeles, California and marking with Capricorn Records in 1991.

Amid the 1990s, 311 discharged a series of collections including the generally welcomed “Music” in 1992, “Grassroots” in 1993, and 1995’s eponymously-titled collection, also called “The Blue Album”. The last topped at No. 12 on the Billboard 200, helped by the singles “Completely turned inside out” and “Down” in the end selling more than three million duplicates in the U.S.

311’s 1996 was devoured by constant, tenacious visiting, which the band flaunted with their live home video “Augmented to Show Detail”. In this manner the advanced rockers discharged the collection “Transistor” in 1997, a platinum selling discharge, which prompted the collection “Live” recording 311’s live shows. “Soundsystem” touched base in 1999 preceding the gathering changed to mark Volcano Records for their 6th studio collection “From Chaos”, which was issued in 2001.

The band’s seventh collection “Evolver” ended up being their most exceedingly terrible regularly performing material in 2003, anyway proceeded to discharge a “Biggest Hits” aggregation of hit singles to celebrate more than 10 years as a gathering together. New material touched base in 2005 with the band’s eighth full-length collection “Don’t Tread on Me” trailed by “Uplifter” in 2009, “All inclusive Pulse” in 2011, and “Stereolithic” in 2014.

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