Friday 20, 2009
            The bands Hinder and Theory of a Deadman will headline a concert at Northern Michigan University’s Berry Events Center on Thursday, April 16. Other performers include Black Stone Cherry and The Veer Union. The music begins at 7:30 p.m. Advance general admission ticket prices are $18 for NMU students and $21 for the general public; floor prices are $20 and $23, respectively. Day-of-show purchases are $2 more per ticket.

Hinder reached triple-platinum status with the debut release, “Extreme Behavior.” The band’s sophomore album, “Take It to the Limit,” is self described as raucous anthems, melodic rockers and introspective ballads that invoke the classic rock of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Some of their hits include “Lips of an Angel,” “Better Than Me” and “Without You.”

Theory of a Deadman is a rock trio originally from Vancouver, British Columbia. The band has released three albums, including the most recent “Scars & Souvenirs.” Theory of a Deadman became the first act to sign with Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger's 604 Records in 2001.

            The concert is sponsored by Northern Arts and Entertainment. Tickets can be purchased at all NMU EZ ticket outlets.