Following quite a while of dismissal from all types of artists, Donald Trump at long last handled a few entertainers for his up and coming inauguration: Lee Greenwood, Toby Keith, and, most out of the blue, the post-post-grunge band 3 Doors Down. The Mississippi-framed band is best known for the 2000 hit record “Kryptonite.” Appropriately, the gathering additionally had an effective single that imparts its name to one of Trump’s most loved put-down: “Washout.”
In opposition to mainstream thinking, the individuals from 3 Doors Down have not been serving as roadies for Third Eye Blind since 2003 and in reality went ahead to discharge five more records after 2000’s The Better Life. Their latest discharge, 2016’s Us and the Night, made it to No. 14 on the Billboard 200 collections outline. By and by, the gathering’s 2017 visit dates incorporate shows at the Burton Cummings Theater in Winnipeg, a few gambling clubs in Canada, a Strawberry Festival in Plant City, FL and a Trump introduction festivity at the Lincoln Memorial.
Amy has been a 3 Doors Down fan since the gathering’s first collection was discharged in 2000. After listening to their tune on the radio, “I was blown away by how good they were. I liked their sound. I liked that kind of music”, said Amy. She’s seen the band in show six or seven circumstances throughout the years, and her most loved collection of theirs is 2005’s Seventeen Days.
Amy is not a Trump fan, but rather on Friday she gained from a news ready that her most loved band will perform in festivity of the 45th president’s initiation. Amy stated, “Ugh, literally, that was my reaction. I was very disappointed. I know that they are very supportive of Republicans. That’s never bothered me. It’s just this particular Republican. It was just sad for me, because they’re one of my favorite groups musically. Am I going to throw away my CDs? I haven’t listened to my CDs in a long time; a lot of music is digitized. But I’m pretty mad. I don’t know if I’m going to boycott going to this next event. Might just be turned off of it, honestly.”