Inside The Music with A Day To Remember

By | November 22, 2011 at 8:15 PM

Rock The Walls (Saturdays from 8-10pmEST on idobi Radio) brings you another installment of  Inside The Music. Today we’ll be throwing up songs from A Day To Remember’s Homesick below, and 2 songs from What Separates Me From You later tonight.

A Day To Remember has had a huge year. From radio play to headlining the Warped Tour and their gigantic European tour they just wrapped up, the band’s fanbase continues to grow bigger and bigger. Today we have ADTR Vocalist Jeremy McKinnon breaking down 3 songs off of their fan favourite record  Homesick:  “Homesick” “You Already Know What You Are” and “The Downfall Of Us All”.


-Patrick Walford

The Downfall Of Us All


You Already Know What You Are

Be sure to catch A Day To Remember on Tour with Rise Against in December and as well early next year in North America!

Dates  (All dates with Rise Against)
December 2nd How The Edge Stole Xmas w/ AWOLNATION Grand Prarie, TX
December 8th X107.5 Holiday Havoc 2011 Las Vegas, NV
December 10th  104.1 Nightmare Before Xmas Fresno,CA
January 17th     Austin Music Hall   Austin, TX
January 18th     Illusion Theater     San Antonio, TX
January 21st     UCF Arena     Orlando, FL
January 22nd Township Auditorium   Columbia, SC
January 24th     Old Dominion University   Norfolk, VA
January 26th     Kent State University   Kent, OH
January 27th     UIC Pavilion     Chicago, IL
January 29th     Penn State     State College, PA
January 30th     Mid Hudson Civic Center Poughkeepsie, NY
February 1st       Paul E. Tsongas Arena   Lowell, MA
February 3rd     Nassau Coliseum   Uniondale, NY ***
February 4th     Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, NJ
February 5th     Patriot Center     Fairfax, VA (on sale 11/18)

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