Finger Eleven

Finger Eleven, formerly known as Rainbow Butt Monkeys, are an alternative rock band formed in Ontario, Canada in the early 1990s. Forming in high school, the band recorded their debut album 'Letters from Chutney', funded by winning a local radio talent contest. After signing to Coalition Entertainment in 1996, the band changed their name to Finger Eleven and released their debut record 'Tip' in 1997. The band achieved their first taste of commercial success with the release of 'The Greyest of Blue Skies' in 2000, which was certified gold in Canada and led to the band covering the entrance music for WWE wrestler Kane, who used their version from 2002 to 2008. The band used this platform for success in the USA and single 'One Thing' from their self-titled follow-up broke into the top 20 in the US charts. The track was also featured on mainstream TV programmes like 'Scrubs' and 'Smallville', cementing themselves as a household name in alternative-rock. In 2008, the band won a prestigious Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year for their record 'Them Vs. You Vs. Me' and were subsequently nominated for the same award again in 2010. In 2018 the band treated their most hardcore fans by performing as Rainbow Butt Monkeys for the first time in eleven years, performing at the Sound of Music Festival in their hometown of Ontario.

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