I know we've had a few posts like these lately, but they're all true, and here's another: Sherwood's a free agent and has the majors and one of the biggest indie labels chasing after them like you wouldn't believe.
Dates for Motion City Soundtrack's upcoming tour are selling out left and right, and some shows are even being switched to bigger venues. For example, the Chicago date has been moved from The Vic Theatre to The Rivera Theatre, and the Salt Lake City show will now be at The Avalon Theatre. Get your tickets now before they're all gone and you get that sad puppy dog face.
My Getaway just posted a live video of " Jessie's Song" from The Fuel Coffee House in Jacksonville, Florida on their Myspace. The band has been gaining tons of attention and will be heading into the studio quite soon with Matt Squire.
Gio (New Atlantic) recently made an extensive entry to their livejournal about their past tour & how they single handedly saved the world by fighting off carbon monoxide fumes. Click here to read more!
Butch Walker's Live At Budokan DVD hits stores today. It features the concert at the arena itself, backstage footage, live videos and an acoustic show. You can get a copy here. He will also be playing a few new songs on Friday, December 16th at Hotel Cafe. Proceeds from the show will benefit the Audrey Hepburn Foundation.
Fan reports in: Tonight at the Steel Train show at the William Pitt Union in Pittsburgh, PA, the band was out of this world amazing. They played for about and hour and a half and blew everyone away. They played a bunch of new songs, some songs of their new CD and some older stuff, too. They also covered Billie Jean, Ring of Fire, and Sweet Carolina by Ryan Adams. During the Ryan Adams cover, there were seriously people in the crowd crying. It was the most emotionally charged performance I have ever seen and If you are looking for emo, look no further than a Steel Train concert because there was more emotion in one of Jack's guitar parts than any screamer could possibly convey. They...
Tourmaline wants to know where their fans live (for touring purposes): click here to let them know where it is that you rock out. Visit the band's pureVOLUME.com page to give them a listen if you haven't already.
If you have not seen The Dillinger Escape Plan live before you are truely missing out. In my opinion they put on an incredible show, one of the best I have ever had the oppurtunity to see. Greg is one of the nicest people I have met and once he hits the stage he lets the music take control of him. If you want to see a band that puts everything they have into there live performance, check them out. I will put my interview up later in the week!
Tonight, Friday, November 18th 2005, DJ Rossstar of DJ Rossstar's Punk Rock Show will be hosting a Live Internet TV Show from 5-6pm PST for Music Plus TV. DJ Rossstar will be playing his favorite music videos and interviewing Steve Sievers (Level 27 Clothing), Ben (Bottom Line) and Max (The Breakdowns). To watch the show live check out www.musicplustv.com an 5pm PST. This will be DJ Rossstar's first time doing a live TV Show.