COREY TAYLOR Performs Acoustically At Studios Of Boston's WAAF (Video)

COREY TAYLOR Performs Acoustically At Studios Of Boston's WAAF (Video)

On July 20, Corey Taylor stopped by the WAAF studio in Boston, Massachusetts to perform acoustic versions of STONE SOUR's "Song #3" and Tom Petty's "You Got Lucky". Check out video footage below.

STONE SOUR has announced details of its highly anticipated fall headline tour which begins September 24 at Omaha, Nebraska's Sokol Auditorium and then travels through mid-October. Support comes from special guests STEEL PANTHER, BEARTOOTH, MAN WITH A MISSION and CHERRY BOMBS on select dates. The tour will also include stops at a number of upcoming festivals, including Englewood, Colorado's High Elevation Rock (September 23), Janesville, Wisconsin's JJO Sonic Boom (September 30), Louisville, Kentucky's Louder Than Life (October 1), Houston, Texas's Houston Open Air (October 15), and Sacramento, California's Aftershock (October 21).

STONE SOUR's new album, "Hydrograd", rocketed on to the charts, debuting at No. 1 on three Billboard lists: Top Current Albums, Top Rock Albums and Top Hard Rock Albums. "Hydrograd" also debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, marking the band’s fifth consecutive Top 10 debut on that chart. Furthermore, "Hydrograd" debuted at No. 5 in the U.K. (the band's highest debut ever in that country), No. 2 in Australia (highest debut ever), and was Top 5 in Germany, Japan and Switzerland.

"Hydrograd"'s lead single, "Song #3", spent a fourth straight week at No. 1 at Active Rock Radio, marking the Grammy-nominated band's fourth No. 1 single and eighth Top 5 single at the format. "Song #3"'s Ryan Valdez-directed video has received over three million views on the band's official YouTube channel while garnering more than four million streams on Spotify, including placement on Rock This and Rock Hard playlists.

STONE SOUR is currently on an epic summer trek alongside fellow Roadrunner recording group KORN. Dubbed "The Serenity Of Summer Tour", the trek is set to continue through early August.

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