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Hinder rocks The Depot in Salt Lake City

January 19, 2024      by Paul Tefertiller

This past Tuesday night The Depot in Salt Lake City was filled to the brim with fans and excitement as Oklahoma based rockers, Hinder, kicked off their Winter tour. 

Joining Hinder on stage was the local Salt Lake City rock group, Broke City, who did a tremendous job of opening the show and getting the crowd going.  Local music fans cheered loudly throughout the set, enjoying every minute of seeing some of their own opening up this show. 

Hinder took the stage opening the show with their high energy hit “Up All Night” which would set the tone for the rest of the show.  Fans danced, jumped, and sang along to fan favorites such as “American Nightmare,” “King of the Letdown,” and one of their most recent singles, “Bring Me Back to Life.” Of course, a rock show wouldn’t be a great concert without a few ballads which Hinder has plenty of full of emotional lyrics that resonated with the fans.  “What Ya Gonna Do” and “Without You” pulled at the heartstrings of the audience before getting back to the high energy part of the show again.

One of the biggest cheers of the night went up when vocalist, Marshall Dutton, told the crowd that the band had been working on new music for a while and that we could expect a new album this year.  The only part of the show that got a louder reaction from the fans was when Dutton asked the fans if they had been wined and dined long enough and if we could get to the point before breaking into their monster hit “Lips of an Angel,” before closing the night out with “Get Stoned.” 

The fans were all abuzz with excitement as the show let out having just witnessed an unforgettable night of rock and roll music.  The one thing I kept hearing people talk about as they were in groups and leaving was, they couldn’t wait for the new music to come out.  I know that everyone in attendance is already hoping for another tour to come through supporting the new album.  Hearing all of this was just a testament to Hinder’s staying power and connection with their fans that after 20 years of music fans are still selling out venues and wanting more. 

For a full list of the Winter Tour dates click here.  

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