STAIND To Perform At 2006 BUDWEISER SHOOTOUT At Daytona
STAIND will perform following NASCAR's 28th annual Budweiser Shootout at Daytona, which TNT will broadcast live from Florida on February 11 at 8 p.m. EST. The band will play the songs "Right Here" and "Falling". Singer Aaron Lewis will also sing the national anthem prior to the race.
"I've always been a big fan of STAIND," said Dale Earnhardt Jr., winner of the 2002 Budweiser Shootout and 2004 Daytona 500. "They're a great band, and it's cool that they’re performing this year. They're one of Budweiser's True Music bands, and I got to race a special STAIND paint scheme (at Richmond, Va in 2003), so I feel like we've been kind of like teammates for a few years. Budweiser makes the entire weekend of the Shootout a big party, and STAIND makes it even more fun. I may have to sneak out there and see them myself after the race."
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