Chuck Ragan in Birmingham, AL 11/29 @ Black Market Bar & Grill
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The Road Most Traveled Panel at SxSw - Sat, March 16 2013 and Revival Tour Showcase
Book Signing with Chuck Ragan, Frank Turner, Austin Lucas, Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids) and Chris Shiflett (The Foo Fighters).
Don’t miss this. Seriously…don’t.
"An existence on the road is one in which you depend on the kindness of strangers more than you do in normal, civilian life. So treat the people around you with politeness and respect…and be considerate" - Frank Turner
The final lineup to this year’s Revival Tour has been announced. List of performers will include:
Chuck Ragan / Dave Hause (The Loves Ones) / Toh Kay (Streetlight Manifesto) / Jay Malinowski (Bedouin Soundclash) / Tim McIlrath (Rise Against) / Jenny O. / Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids) / Rocky Votolato / Jenny Owen Youngs / Jon Gaunt / Joe Ginsberg
Tickets for Revival Tour available HERE!
Check out this amazing Documentary on The Revival Tour.
GO BETTY GO IS BACK! The Original Lineup has not played a show since 2005 and come August 25th, that will change.
The band is playing The Troubadour in Hollywood along with The Dollyrots, Get Set Go and Dizzy Stilettos. Tickets are $10. The last time we saw the original lineup was actually at the Troubadour and although it was their last show, they absolutely ripped…almost as if they knew they were saying “Farewell!” This comeback show should have the same intensity. Don’t miss this show!
Tickets for August 25th Show at the Troubadour Available HERE for $10!
Check out all of the photos from the show HERE!
Title Fight is playing with Rise Against and A Day to Remember in San Diego on April 15, 2012.
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The Gaslight Anthem soundcheck at The Asbury Park Convention Center. 12/9/11
Fresh off the heels of their fourth full-length album, Something to Die For, The Sounds have been touring constantly and have proven themselves to be one of the hardest working indie bands in the world. Fronted by charismatic frontwoman Maja Iversson, the group has been leading a revival of ’80s New Wave music while at the same time crafting a unique identity and creating something new. Immediately at the beginning of their set Iversson lit a characteristic smoke and the band lit into their upbeat electronic-influenced indie rock. The show was set in the recently renovated Neptune Theatre, once a kitschy movie spot in the University District. The Neptune’s curved walls provide excellent acoustics and the funky ’70s decor and nautical accents are a great backdrop for a live show.
Read the whole review and watch a short video of The Sounds performance HERE!