Brendon Urie claims in the suit — obtained by TMZ — he lived with a guy named Shane Valdez from 2008 - January, 2010. Urie admits to doing something incredibly stupid — giving his roomie access to his personal bank account to pay shared living expenses.
Urie claims it wasn’t until November 2013 — long after they stopped living together - that he noticed Valdez had made 70 withdrawals totaling $127,269.54.
Panic! at the Disco will be appearing on The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, Fox's New Years Eve Live and Conan in the next couple of weeks.
Panic! At The Disco is wrapping up 2013 with two upcoming TV Performances. The first, The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, will air on Sunday, December 29th at 9PM ET on CBS. The program celebrates the careers of Martina Arroyo, Herbie Hancock, Billy Joel, Shirley MacLaine, and Carlos Santana. In a tribute to Billy Joel, Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco performs the legendary musician’s song, “Big Shot.” Next up, Panic! At The Disco will perform “Miss Jackson” and “This Is Gospel” as part of FOX’s NEW YEARS EVE LIVE! special, airing on New...
The biggest summarization of the whole song in general is in the lyric "Love is not a choice," which I completely believe. I'm proud of who I am and I'm gonna act accordingly. It's really kind of loosely based on the majority of relationships I've been in, even now with my wife. Yeah, she's attracted to girls, and I think some men are extremely attractive and I don't wanna hide it. I have no shame in it. I like being able to shed some light on that. It's nice to be able to open up like that.
Is everyone just suffering from foot-in-mouth disease lately? In a recent interview with Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco, he reveals that the original version of "Miss Jackson" was called "Bad Apple" and contained a Fiona Apple sample of "Every Single Night." However, Apple would not clear the sample. In the interview, Urie says he loves her, but then calls her a "bitch," all before playing the original version of the song. You can see it all in the replies.
I mean, when we left Vegas, we were 17 years old, so we had a bitter attitude. We didn’t have the opportunity to play any shows there because you had to be 21 and over to play any gig, because most of the venues were in bars. So when we left, we were like ‘What the hell?’ We didn’t really get to do anything that we wanted to do. But having gone back now, and getting to be of age and participate in things, you see the world in a different light.
In the replies, you can check out the artwork for Panic! At The Disco's upcoming album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, which hits stores on October 8th.
01) This is Gospel
02) Miss Jackson
03) Vegas Lights
04) Girl That You Love
07) Casual Affair
08) Far Too Young to Die
09) Collar Full
10) The End of All Things
Today is August 6th 2013, and it’s become evident Spencer still needs more time to take care of himself. I can’t expect him to be fighting addiction one minute and be fully immersed in a national tour the next. With all that said, the tour will continue without Spencer while he is away getting the help he needs. Thank you all for your support and kind words.
Panic! at the Disco drummer Spencer Smith wrote a blog detailing his recent struggles with drug addiction. He entered treatment last fall and is now clean.
For the past 4 and a half years I’ve been battling addiction. Well, to be honest, I’ve really been battling it for the last two years. Those first 2 and a half years were spent in a place where I thought I had finally found the correct dosage of my personally prescribed medicine to feel “normal"…..In reality, I was mostly stumbling through my life hoping no one noticed I was high.
Growing up I never used drugs or alcohol. I smoked weed and had my first drink in the same night when I was 19. I loved it, and from that point on...
"It's similar in that it's eclectic;" he told MTV News. "But this time around, the songs are pretty different. One song sounds like it could be an '80s, Depeche Mode type deal, another sounds like a mix of a Toto drum part with, like, weird arena-rock guitars. There were a lot of things I was pulling from; I listened to a lot of hip hop actually, like A$AP Rocky ... all the new stuff that's coming out was blowing my mind.
"Hip hop is doing the new rock thing; there are no rules," he continued. "They can do anything, really. And that's inspiring."
And, in a telling nod to those hip-hop influences, Too Rare also sees a shift...
You can hear Panic! At The Disco's new single, "Miss Jackson (feat. Lolo)," in the replies. The band will release their upcoming record, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, on October 8th - produced by Butch Walker. Download the single on iTunes and pre-order the album here. Dates for their upcoming US/Europe headlining tours and album release show are in the replies.
Produced by Butch Walker (Fall Out Boy, Weezer), “TOO WEIRD TO LIVE, TOO RARE TO DIE!” sees the band paying homage to their Las Vegas roots via a glittery sonic approach inspired by their ever-increasing collection of vintage and modern synthesizers. While jam-packed with high-energy songs like “Vegas Lights” and...