Two winners will be chosen and each will receive1) Pair of Fair Admission Tickets 2) Pair of VIP Seating Tickets to Hinder 3) Pair of Meet & Greet Passes to meet Hinder.
Please choose the answer you believe to be correct for each question. Winners will be chosen from those that answered all 5 trivia questions correctly.
- May 14, 2013 @ 09:00 am (CDT)
June 04, 2013 @ 11:59 pm (CDT)
Our new single “Shoulda Known Better” is now out to radio! Please request the hell out the single at your local station!
You can download it on iTunes by CLICKING HERE!
Request it today!!
We just wanted to say Thank You for having us out… and thank you to all the fans singing along. We had a great time performing for all of you. Hope to do it again soon.
Check out our soundcheck today on the Oklahoma City Basketball Court!! Getting ready to do an acoustic show during half time!!
Can you guess what song were playing?? Comment below!
A big thank you to all of our fans, everyone at radio, all the promoters, all the staff at our record label, and everyone else who has supported us throughout our careers. None of this would be possible without all of you! - Hinder
We recently stopped by at B104 & 95.1 ZZO to do a live and unplugged radio performance for them.
Check out “Shoulda Known Better” here:
You can also check photos here:
For more photos and videos, please visit the B104 Website by CLICKING HERE
Austin Winkler is the first to admit that he lives his dream on a daily basis. Hinder — which includes guitarists Joe Garvey and Mark King, bassist Mike Rodden and drummer Cody Hanson — have sold millions of albums in a time when bands no longer sell albums. Their singles are radio friendly in a time when radio is a corporate entity. While the recording industry grinds out prefabricated pop stars with manufactured images, Hinder is a rock band the way rock bands used to be — loud, edgy and a little bit dangerous.
Success came quickly for Hinder, and their popularity continues to grow. Their latest album, Welcome To The Freakshow, was long anticipated by fans and immediately well received. Upon its release, the band was back on the road, playing to frenzied crowds who can’t get enough.
Through all of the tours, accolades and life-changing experiences, Austin Winkler — always smiling, always charismatic, and always delivering the best possible performances — was numbing himself with Vicodin. Introduced to the drug as a teenager, he became addicted to the feeling of feeling nothing at all, and his dependency grew in tandem with his band’s success.
Last year, Winkler came to terms with his downward spiral. Cognizant that the situation was beyond his control, he spent a month in rehab and came out with both clarity and challenges, as he discusses in this interview.