OK, so maybe this was a short week with Memorial Day and all, but we’re still chanting “TGIF!” in our heads. On this #FBF we have Warped Tour on the brain. Everyone’s fave summer tour kicks off in two short weeks. To celebrate, let’s reflect on some Warped Tour alumni who truly embraced all things emo…… More »
I’m a huge classic rock fan and there are concerts I would have loved to attend ,but I couldn’t have for two reasons. 1) I wasn’t even born yet or 2) I probablly wasn’t old enough. It kills me to know that I will never be able to see most of these bands live since… More »
I geeked out so much over 2013 music releases. I obsessed over a ton of new artists and the return of many iconic favorites. This gallery features albums that found their way into my life and were replayed over and over again. It wasn’t easy, but I narrowed it down to my top 10 (in… More »
Top songs of the week, and I’m sure a few of them will stick around for a while. 🙂 Let Her Go by Passenger Only know you’ve been high when you’re feeling low Only hate the road when you’re missin’ home Only know you love her when you let her go And you let her… More »
I’ve been thinking a lot about the young lady I’ve become and am growing into. Every day I wake up and am so grateful for the fun and fulfilling life I’ve been leading and how
Pure Happiness. Unexplainable amounts of joy. Visual perfection. That is what happened when we went to see Thirty Seconds To Mars this past Saturday in LA at the Hollywood Bowl. We were super pumped because we had no idea that the opener was Panic At The Disco! Once we arrived at the world famous music… More »
Today I get to see Panic At The Disco and Thirty Seconds To Mars for the first time in YEARS!
I seriously can’t express how excited I am
Panic! At The Disco are back to making our teenage hearts beat faster, faster (even though I’m 23) and I got to witness it first hand at Anaheim’s Honda Center as they opened up for Fall Out Boy. I’ve been seeing Panic perform since 2006, so it’s been an interesting evolution from the transformation of… More »
“Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!” – available worldwide October 8th!!
Too weird to live, too rare to die is the fourth album by Panic! at the Disco. With a song called
With the summer wrapping up, I’ve been thinking a lot about my playlist for the 3 day drive back to Chicago. There have been so many amazing releases this summer! Choosing my favorite has not
Greater Than‘s mashup of Panic! At The Disco‘s new single ‘Miss Jackson‘ and Fall Out Boy‘s comeback track ‘My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark‘ is
So I went to a few Warped Tour dates recently and was so happy to see that a ton of my friends in bands have finally ditched the typical band tee and Toms for a
When Panic! At The Disco unveiled their new single ‘Miss Jackson‘ yesterday, I was underwhelmed. One day, however, my opinion may change and I hope that it will. As their peers
I’m sure everyone has already heard the news about Panic! At The Disco’s new song & seen the music video for “Miss Jackson”.. I was so excited to see the news in my
According to a post by AbsolutePunk.net, PATD might be getting ready to give us some new tunes. The news post on the site is reporting that fan club members are receiving mail with postcards like this. See
With new music from Paramore and Fall Out Boy due out next month, the anticipation for alt-rock albums is at its
It’s been almost a year since Patrick Stump last played a live show but for all those craving his return, here’s some good news – the multi-instrumental musician
Unlike Christmas, Easter is not blessed with (or cursed by) a plethora of topical pop songs. However, if you are planning on sticking on some bunny ears and gorging
Hold onto your headphones kids — Panic! at the Disco are working on new music. The dynamic duo that make up Panic!, Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith, posted some
When we think of stars before the stylists, we think of pop stars who were plucked from the land of normal and manufactured as a superstar by a team of wand-waving, hair-styling, auto-tuning experts but what about the ‘rock’ bands? Were they born with swagger or did they need a little help too?