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311 formed by Nick Hexum, Chad Sexton, and Tim Mahoney, all started in 1990. Sexton, Hexum, and Mahoney every one went to the same High School in Omaha, Nebraska. At the same time SA Martinez and P- Nut (Aaron Willis) went to one more High School on the Southside of Omaha. Before the 311 band got started Hexum and Mahoney were in a band called "The Ed's," Nick was also in the High School Jazz band with Sexton. When High School commencement came, Hexum was by now on his way to California, in hopes of a music contract. In the next few years Hexum and Sexton, formed a 311 band called Unity. They went to LA in hopes of recording contract but were unsuccessful.
The 311 band's original band members were Nick, Chad, P-Nut, and guitarist Jim Watson. In 1991, their lineup was total. 311 replaced Watson for Tim Mahoney. Soon after this adding of Mahoney, SA Martinez a local DJ, started making guest appearances. They would soon add him to the band. They would release 3 Independent Records (Dammit, Hydroponic, and Unity) in between1988-1991. With these records and their solid live show, the 311 band rapidly established a following in the Midwest and then set out for the West Coast. This occasion they would get what they wanted....a record deal.
In 1993 just coming off the festivity of their record deal, they released "Music" in February of that year. Music had very little fanfare. They hit the road in support of the record. During their tour they were sidelined when their RV caught on fire and exploded. The fire destroyed all their equipment, clothes, money and personal possessions. Despite losing all the band members escaped the blaze with minor burns and injuries. They determined to persevere and they only canceled one show before returning to the stage with equipment donate by fans and friends who heard about the tragedy on the television news. In 1994, "Grassroots" was released. The 311 band were by this time touring nonstop. Soon after the release they put all into the show and gained a strong following.
In 1995, the 311 released the self-titled album and continued to tour the US. By 1996, their following grew considerably. With this new fan base the media started paying attention. Over a year later the song entitled "Down" hit the radio and MTV. The 311 would end up gaining so much success after the release of this hit. The song would go to the top of the charts, then their second single, "All Mixed Up" hit #2. The 311 would also get a horrible appraisal about the name. The reporters led to believe the band name stood for KKK (3xK). The 311 band got their name from a local police code for offensive Exposure. After the release of the "Blue Album," they went back into the footage studio.