Shinedown Concert Photo’s and Review

Shinedown is an American rock band from Jacksonville, Florida formed by singer Brent Smith in 2001 after the dissolution of his previous band. Smith, still under contract with record label Atlantic Records, recruited the band’s original lineup of Jasin Todd as guitarist, Brad Stewart on bass, and Barry Kerch on drums. Consistent for the first two album cycles, a few lineup changes followed in the late 2000s, eventually stabilizing with Smith and Kerch alongside Zach Myers on guitar and Eric Bass on bass. The group has released six studio albums: Leave a Whisper (2003), Us and Them (2005), The Sound of Madness (2008), Amaryllis (2012), Threat to Survival (2015), and Attention Attention (2018). Shinedown has sold more than ten million records worldwide, and has had 12 number one singles on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts, the second most of all-time, behind Van Halen and Three Days Grace (13 each)

Shinedown took the stage with Co-headliner Godsmack at The Live Nation Amphitheater in Darien NY. The music was loud. The venue was packed. And the performers were top notch.  Shinedown continues to put on stellar performance after stellar performance. The entire band –  lead singer Brent Smith, Barry Kerch (drums), Zach Myers (guitar), and Eric Bass (bass) put there heart and soul on the stage. They sang and played for the enthusiastic fans with hit after hit It wasn’t difficult to see that they were genuinely enjoying themselves as much as the audience  Smith seems to make eye contact with every person in the crowd giving a connection with the audience that made you feel as if he was singing to you personally Usually during a show, most of the focus tends to go towards the lead singer, in Shinedown’s case you pay attention to every member. That’s why Shinedown is rock royalty And there’s no doubt that Shinedown fans will be looking forward to the next time they are in town



Sound of Madness

Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom)

Cut the Cord

I’ll Follow You


Get Up


Black Soul

State of My Head

Second Chance

Simple Man
(Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)


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