PICS: 311 at Mattress Firm Amphitheatre

It was impossible to stay home when 311 came through Mattress Firm Amphitheatre. These photos will do you right.

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311 brought love songs and more to Chula Vista on Sunday, July 29.
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311 became prominent in the '90s with their unique blend of alt-rock, reggae and rap.
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Part of that unique blend comes from having two vocalists.
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Nick Hexum (pictured here) raps and sings in addition to playing guitar.
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Doug "SA" Martinez (pictured here) sings harmonies.
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Aaron "P-Nut" Wills has played bass since the band's inception in 1988.
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The band name comes from the Omaha, Nebraska, police code for indecent exposure.
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Chad Sexton has also been with the band since it started.
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Over the span of 30 years, 311 have released a total of 12 studio albums.
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Lead guitarist Tim Mahoney and Martinez are really the only members who haven't been there since the very beginning.
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That's still an impressive display of longevity.
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And they sure know how to market themselves.
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Every other year on March 11, aka "311 Day," the band plays a special concert to thousands of fans.
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They're also a sponsor for BK Racing on the NASCAR Sprint Cup series.
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