If you were a fan of Cobra Starship, you’re more than familiar with the band’s only female member, Victoria Asher, better known as Vicky-T. Since the group disbanded late last year, the former Cobra keytarist has been working hard in the studio on her yet-to-be-titled debut solo EP, lead by her first single, “Protect This Love.” The… More »
So much going on in the Twitterverse this week. The erosion of our moral compasses, the Simpson family (not the yellow cartoons, btw) joining, and Ashton Kutcher racing Britneybot and CNN to a million
In case you didn’t already know, Cobra Starship has secluded themselves in an undisclosed part of Pennsylvania, rented a cabin and begun working on their third album and follow-up to <span style="font-style:
Remember that awesome “home video” Cobra Starship put together for their single “Guilty Pleasure?” And how awesome it was? Well, in case you don’t, I wanted to link you to Youtube, but
So yesterday I re-joined Warped Tour at The Gorge Amphitheatre. I woke at 5am to catch a 7:30 flight to Seattle, then rannnn across the airport to catch my connecting flight on this itty bitty
*from MTV.com, will not play outside the US. Sorry, folks 🙁 Features a hatless Patrick Stump dressed in a leisure suit and Gabe in what appears to be a DeLorean.
Like a Conga Line. But sexier.
I don’t know what’s going on here, but I think I like it.
From the January 2008 issue. Small bit on Victoria and her picks for clothing while on tour. Click for full size!
So, yesterday I did my extra gleeful concert write up. Because I was extra gleeful.
But now I’d like to talk about something that simply boggled my mind at the Cobra show Wednesday night.
The concert was