HELLYEAH Play First Show Since Vinnie Paul’s Passing, May 11th Declared “Vinnie Paul Day” In Clark County, Nevada

HELLYEAH took the stage for the first time since the tragic death of Vinnie Paul for a special tribute show at the House Of Blues in Las Vegas, NV last night (May 11). Footage from the concert, which saw the band performing with guest drummer Roy Mayorga (Stone Sour), can be seen below. It’s worth noting that the set included the live debut of “333” and covers of Pantera’s “I’m Broken” and “Walk.” Furthermore, the day was also declared “Vinnie Paul Day” in Clark County, NV. You can see footage of the proclamation below as well.

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