Without Tumblr, would I even have been blessed with such gifs?
Well if fan fiction for these two hasn’t taken
Panic at the Disco played an intimate show in Hollywood for 100 lucky winners of the Stride Shift contest (and some friends) on 3/22/11.
Not sure if you should check out Panic! at the Disco’s new album Vices and Virtues? Well, here, lemme show you this mathematically. Kind of.
The first half of Panic’s
Panic at the Disco played Stubb’s BBQ on 3/19/11 and the crowd got to hear “Ready To Go” for the very first time!
PATD took the stage before The Bravery as part of Austin’s SXSW 2011 Music Conference. Photos taken by Loren Wohl
So, Panic! at the Disco won’t be officially releasing their new album Vices and Virtues until next Tuesday, but there’s plenty to be excited about RIGHT NOW.
Don’t believe me? Well, how about the fact that
Okay, okay, I KNOW. We’re kind of overloading you on Panic! news right now, but with the album releasing in March and “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” playing on repeat, we’re a little bit excited.
Dallon Weekes is the extremely talented mind behind The Brobecks and is currently acting as the touring bassist for Panic! at the Disco. He also, apparently, absolutely loves the internet, because he has given
So, Panic! at the Disco recently played a few shows in China. But while they were in the neighborhood, they also stopped by The Forbidden City, a former imperial palace that now hosts a museum.
So, around these parts, Dallon Weekes is known as “that guy who played bass for Panic! at the Disco during their tour dates this summer.” But Weekes is also the frontman/sole permanent