HINDER “Celebrating 15 Years of Extreme Behavior” with Special Guests – Wayland & Blacktop Mojo, Tuesday, 5/26/20 at 8pm, The Paramount, 370 New York Ave. Huntington, NY 11743

HINDER “Celebrating 15 Years of Extreme Behavior” with Special Guests – Wayland & Blacktop Mojo – CANCELED

with Special Guests : Blacktop Mojo

Tuesday, May 26 2020

SHOW AT 8PM  |   DOORS AT 6:30PM

Alt. Rock | Hard Rock

ARTIST BIO

Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. (Wednesday, March 25, 2020) – Due to circumstances outside of our control, we regret to inform you that Hinder on May 26th at The Paramount has been canceled. Refunds can be obtained at original point of purchase.  For more information, please visit paramountny.com. Release plans for Hinder's seventh studio album will be announced soon. The set will follow 2017's The Reign and will be the first they do completely on their own terms. Cody Hanson explains:  “We’re excited about releasing the next album, but in a different way than usual. We’ve never had the opportunity before to completely control every aspect of the creative process until now. We’ve worked really hard to get to this point and we can’t wait to share the outcome with our fans!”   Hinder formed in 2001 and have remained at the top of their game supported by a solid and steady fanbase. The proof is in the numbers, selling over 4 million albums and 10....

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Blacktop Mojo

Growing up in small town East Texas taught the boys from Blacktop Mojo that a little leap of faith and a lot of hard work will get you pretty far in life.  Formed in late 2012 by vocalist Matt James and drummer Nathan Gillis, Blacktop Mojo’s fiery blend of heavy grunge grooves, classic rock guitar riffs, and Southern Metal shredding falls somewhere between Soundgarden and Lynyrd Skynyrd. After their debut album “I Am” in 2014 and a few years cutting their teeth in dive bars, dancehalls, and honky tonks, the band decided to go all in. In 2017 they teamed up with famed Muscle Shoals Sound producer Jimmy Johnson (The Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger) and his long time engineer Steve Melton for their sophomore outing entitled, “Burn The Ships” at Sound Emporium in Nashville. During the recording of the record, the guys took the leap and quit their….



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