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|Dec 4||Everlast||Romano's Concert Lounge Riverside, California||Find Tickets|
|Dec 10||Everlast||Aggie Theatre Fort Collins, Colorado||Find Tickets|
|Dec 11||Everlast with Special Guests||The Black Sheep Colorado Springs, Colorado||Find Tickets|
|Dec 12||Everlast with Tattooed Strings (Acoustic)||Marquis Theater Denver, Colorado||Find Tickets|
|Dec 13||Everlast||Belly Up Aspen Aspen, Colorado||Find Tickets|
Erik Schrody (born August 18, 1969), better known by his stage name Everlast, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter, known for his hit "What It's Like", and for his unique genre-crossing mix of hip-hop and acoustic-based rock music.
He was the frontman for rap group House of Pain until 1996. In 2000, he won a Grammy for best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal with Latin Rock musician Carlos Santana for "Put Your Lights On." (see 1999 in music).
Everlast was born in Valley Stream, New York of Irish descent. Emerging as a member of the Rhyme Syndicate, Everlast's first solo album Forever Everlasting (1990), largely made possible by MC Ice T, was a disappointment both critically and commercially. Following the album's failure, Everlast teamed up with DJ Lethal and high school friend Danny Boy to form House of Pain. The group was signed to Tommy Boy Records, and their eponymous debut album (1992) went multi-platinum, spawning the successful DJ Muggs produced single "Jump Around". This song was also remixed twice by Pete Rock, one version featuring a verse from him and one without. The album also featured Cypress Hill member, B-Real, on the song "Put Your Head Out".
Fashioning themselves as rowdy Irish American hooligans (Lethal is actually of Latvian heritage), they toured with various rap and alternative-rock bands after their breakthrough. They participated together with Helmet, along with several other rap acts, on the influential 1993 rock-rap collaborative Judgment Night movie soundtrack. The group eventually disbanded in 1996, and Everlast once again pursued a solo career.
In 2007, Everlast was chosen to do the theme song for the TV show Saving Grace. The song plays during the show's main title sequence, and was originally released to digital outlets only, however, it was also included on Everlast's fifth solo album, Love, War and the Ghost of Whitey Ford. The album was released on September 23, 2008, on Everlast's own record label Martyr Inc, with distribution by Hickory Records/Sony/ATV Music Publishing (It was revealed through diditleak.co.uk that the album leaked out early on Friday August 29). A second single and video, "Letter Home From The Garden Of Stone", was released for free download from martyr-inc.com in December 2007. The third single, a cover of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues", was released to download on August 19. The Video for "Stone in My Hand" debuted on the martyr-inc website on October 28, 2008 making it the fourth video for the album.
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