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Let’s Talk Music – Interview w/ Aaron Marsh of Copeland

This past weekend I caught up with Copeland’s Aaron Marsh backstage at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, CA. Copeland has been on tour with Paramore for their Writing The Future Tour, and I caught Aaron just as the tour was wrapping up. We discuss their relationship with Paramore, Copeland’s  history and future — and the albums he considers to be pivotal. I’ve always admired Aaron, so I was honored he took the time to sit with me. Listen below. Excuse my obvious excitement at the very beginning.   You can pick up their latest album Ixora in stores now.  


Copeland announce spring headlining tour

Copeland will be embarking on their first US headlining tour since the band’s reunion last year. The 9-date run kicks off in Jacksonville, FL on April 29th, and wraps up in Lawrence, KS on May 31st.


The Doors And Stewart Copeland Settle Lawsuit

Stewart Copeland and the Doors 21st Century have “amicably” settled the lawsuit Copeland filed against the group, according to an announcement from the group’s publicist on Tuesday (June 3). Police drummer Copeland, who played with the reconfigured Doors in 2002, filed the $1 million-plus breach of contract suit on March 7 in Los Angeles after the group replaced him with Ty Dennis earlier this year. Dennis was initially thought to be a temporary replacement while Copeland’s elbow healed from a mountain biking injury, but the group made the move permanent. Terms of the out-of-court agreement were not revealed. Doors keyboardist… Read more »


This Wild Life Drops Two Collaborative Singles From Forthcoming Album

This Wild Life has gifted their fans with an exciting announcement and a delightful sneak peek into their upcoming fifth studio album, Never Fade, slated for release on June 23. In anticipation of the album drop, the acoustic rock duo has graciously shared two enchanting tracks, “No More Waiting” and “How’d You Forget Us?”, giving us a glimpse into the musical journey that awaits. Never Fade is a remarkable testament to the power of friendship and collaboration across the 8-track self-produced album. This remarkable lineup of collaborators includes the likes of Ryan Key (Yellowcard), Oliver Baxxter (Broadside), Aaron Marsh (Copeland),… Read more »


Alkaline Trio Is Back In The Studio With Cameron Webb

In true Matt Skiba fashion, he has shared a somewhat cryptic post on social media indicating that Alkaline Trio is in the studio working on new music. In his post, he doesn’t express if the band is recording what would be their tenth full-length album, but he does reveal that they are working alongside producer Cameron Webb once again. Read more: Maggie Rogers Announces North American Tour With Alvvays and Soccer Mommy Skiba penned on April 5, “Three’s company picnic. Dan Andriano is singing like a fiery wizard in the night. Afternoon. Cameron Webb is producing the shit out of… Read more »

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