Lincoln concerts this week: Kane Brown at the arena, Shinedown at the Pinewood Bowl | Music
The last time Shinedown performed Lincoln, the hard rock group drew over 8,500 people to Pinnacle Bank Arena. So it’s no surprise that his Wednesday show Pinewood Bowl is expected to sell all 4,800 tickets available.
Shinedown, the toughest touring band in the industry, performed more shows and traveled more miles than any other band in 2019. Pulled off the road by the pandemic, the band have recorded a new album due out next year , then became one of the first groups to hit the road again this summer.
Drummer Barry Kerch contracted COVID-19 before the tour began, but has recovered and is now fully vaccinated, allowing Shinedown to come out and perform shows in indoor and outdoor venues.
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“We got Barry back, and then we were very thorough with the protocol. We always have to do it behind the scenes, ”singer Brent Smith told HardDrive Radio. “We kind of created our own bubble. The crew stays with the crew. The group stays with the group and the team. No one at the moment is able to go to any type of large areas where there are a bunch of people without a mask… because if any of the group members are positive we are in a bad situation. .
Wednesday’s show is also notable for one of its acts of support. The Struts, an English glam rock quartet, is, along with Greta Van Fleet and Rival Sons, one of the hottest new rock groups. Their highly regarded, bright and energetic shows deliver their blend of power pop, glam, sludgy rock and R&B with a style that could make them the band that brings rock back to the forefront of pop.