Head to the replies to check out Andrew McMahon playing a new song on tour called, "Synesthesia." The track seems to reference fun., "...and my friends are in the news, collecting trophies for the songs they wrote."
Andrew McMahon is having a huge fundraising concert for his Dear Jack Foundation on November 18th in LA. For the first time, McMahon will play both Jack's Mannequin and Something Corporate songs. Head to the replies for all the details.
The cover art for the Dear Jack DVD can be seen in the AP.net Gallery. Jack's Mannequin will also release the Dear Jack EP on November 3rd through iTunes. Track list can be seen below. A press release can be found in the replies.
Diane, the Skyscraper
There, There Katie
Swim (Music Box)
I recently spoke with Andrew McMahon about his Leukemia treatment and the upcoming Dear Jack documentary that will be out Nov. 3. The interview can be found here. A trailer for the DVD can be seen in the replies.
Update: The chat has ended. A huge thanks to Andrew for hanging out! All his replies can be found here.
Andrew McMahon (Jack's Mannequin) will be live chatting in this thread at 5pm PST/8pm EST, join us to discuss his long awaited film ďDear JackĒ, latest album The Glass Passenger, and current solo tour.
Andrew McMahon (Jack's Mannequin) will be live chatting with us Wednesday, September 23 at 5pm PST/8pm EST, answering your questions about his long awaited film ďDear JackĒ, latest album The Glass Passenger, and current solo tour.
Jack's Mannequin will be performing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno tomorrow, Oct. 2nd. Be sure to pick up the bands' new album, The Glass Passenger, in stores now (but you already knew that, didn't you?)
Check out the making of Jack's Mannequin's "The Resolution" music video here. The video, directed by Noble Jones and Stephenie Meyer, will premiere on MTV2, MTVU, MTV Hits, and MTV.com on September 29th.
To pre-order tickets for select dates of Jack's Mannequin's upcoming Hammers and Strings Tour, click here. The band is hosting this pre-sale on their own, so fans can enjoy this service without incuring unexplained, expensive fees. Take that, Ticketmaster.