The All-American Reject, who has two platinum-selling albums on his resume, will headline the Make More meMOries music festival on July 8th at Albertville’s Sand Mountain Amphitheater.
Grammy-nominated Plain White Tees and Hawthorne Heights are also included in the bill, according to a news release from the Amphitheater.
Tickets range from $34 to $69 and are available at https://sandmountainamphitheater.com.
All-American Rejects was formed in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1999. Their self-titled debut in 2002 was certified platinum, and the 2005 follow-up “Move Along” was certified double his platinum by the RIAA.
Their third of four albums, 2008’s “When the World Comes Down,” produced the single “Gives You Hell,” which reached number four on the Billboard Top 100 and has sold over four million copies. It has been certified 4x platinum by the RIAA.
Plain White T’s formed in 1997 in Lombard, Illinois. Their 2006 single “Hey There Delilah” made him number one on the Billboard Top 100 and was nominated for Grammy Awards for Song of the Year and Best Pop Performance of the Year (Duo or Group with Vocals). rice field. The 2008 single “1,2,3,4” and his 2011 single “Rhythm of Love” were certified double platinum and platinum respectively.
Hawthorne Heights, formerly known as A Day in the Life, formed in Dayton, Ohio in 2001. Only You Were Lonely” reached her No. 1 on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart and No. 3 on her Top 200 Albums list, as did her 2006 single “Saying Sorry.”