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More about 311.
311 ("three eleven") is a music band that was created in late 1988 in Omaha, Nebraska as a rapcore/punk rock/reggae band. The members of 311 consist of Nick Hexum (vocals & guitar), Douglas Vincent "SA" Martinez (vocals, turntable, programming), Aaron Wills (a.k.a. P-Nut) (bass), Tim Mahoney (guitar), and Chad Sexton (drums). All five of the 311 members grew up in Omaha in the 1970s. In 1990 and 1991, 311 group released three records on their independent record label, What Have You Records. These music records, titled Dammit!, Hydroponic, and Unity, beside their energetic live shows, launched their career in the mid-west, after which 311 moved out to California trying to be signed to a major record label.
"The Blue Album"Their first CD, Music was released in 1993 and finally went gold. The next year, 311 released their second album, Grassroots. 311 major selling CD was their self-titled release 311 in 1995 (also popular as The Blue Album) which went triple-platinum, and also found mainstream success with the singles "Down" and "All Mixed Up." Don't Tread on Me is the eighth studio album by 311 group, which was released on August 16, 2005. The first single, "Don't Tread On Me", was released to radio on 2005. It peaked at #2 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks and #1 on the R&R Panel Alternative chart. The second single, "Speak Easy", was released on November 22, 2005.