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Staind Announces October Show @ Foxwoods Resort Casino

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The Press Release:
Multi-platinum, Massachusetts-based rock band, STAIND has announced a new date this fall, October 5th at FOXWOODS Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT.

Last night during Aaron Lewis’ solo stop at FOXWOODS, fans were treated to a special surprise guest when STAIND guitarist, Mike Mushok joined Aaron on stage to perform the band’s 2012 smash single, “Something To Remind You.” STAIND’s October 5th show at FOXWOODS will be the band’s only Northeast performance this year.

Tickets for the general public go on sale Friday August 2 @ 10:00am ET, but fans have access to a special Artist Presale beginning July 31 thru August 1 by using the code: STAIND19 @ www.staind.com

Earlier this year, STAIND announced they will reunite for select dates this fall after a five-year hiatus. With more than 15 million albums sold worldwide, original members Aaron Lewis, Mike Mushok, and Johnny April along with long-time drummer, Sal Giancarelli, will kick off the reunion at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, KY this September.
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Streaming Tonight: Staind Live in NYC (9/15/2011)

This was a first for the PiercingMetal Musings Blog in terms of a live streaming concert and it was pretty cool to be able to offer it to the readership. Now that the original live stream for this show has ended it now appears to be able to be enjoyed via the link below as an archive. With this being the case I have embedded the updated link for your viewing pleasure. A brief synopsis of this show will be posted shortly on the main website and the blog so kindly stay tuned (we saw a secret Anthrax show and The Big Four this week and there is only so much time in the day to put it all together).


Click This Text To Enjoy Staind Live in NYC at The Best Buy Theater

 

For those in the unaware, the band was performing at Best Buy Theater as part of a 9-11 benefit to help the Answer The Call charity. This organization raises money for the police and firemen’s widows and children fund. Tickets were only $9.11 and the venue was seemingly packed with the bands hard core supporters.

UPDATE: My review and photo gallery from this show can be enjoyed HERE