"Major-label rock was emo long before wispy boys with trimmed eyebrows and the occasional hint of makeup moped their way onto radio. A decade ago frat boys raised on grunge’s miserablists translated that sadness for arenas. Unlike its moping peers, 3 Doors Down has always been strongest when meting out dashes of cruelty with its sullenness — “Kryptonite” (2000) has galloping drums and firm words for a former friend, and “When I’m Gone” (2002), its best song, is alluringly dark, about willfully slipping through the fingers of someone trying to save you." - The New York Times
3 Doors Down Acoustic- Songs From The Basement
The Taft Theatre is a large seated theater located inside the Masonic Temple Building in downtown Cincinnati. Renovations took place in 2011 to upgrade the building from its 1928 beginnings. The Taft Theatre hosts some of the most well respected performers from around the world.