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My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, More To Play When We Were Young 2024

As if we weren’t still riding the high of When We Were Young Fest 2023, the iconic festival will be returning to its homestead in Las Vegas, NV, on October 19 for When We Were Young 2024. The lineup, which consists of behemoths such as My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, Pierce The Veil, The Used, The All-American Rejects, and many more, performing iconic anniversary sets for albums such as The Black Parade, Homesick, and more, will kick off in October beneath the desert sun.  Earlier today, Live Nation and The Noise dropped… Read more »


Awsten Knight Joins Fall Out Boy On Stage In London

Last night, during Fall Out Boy’s headlining So Much (For) Tour Dust performance in London, the pop-punk mainstays brought special guest, Waterparks’ Awsten Knight, on stage to perform “Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy.” The brief collaborative moment was one to rejoice over as Waterparks and FOB fans previously speculated that a proper collaboration may be in the works between the artists and had hoped one may emerge on either FOB’s March release, So Much (For) Stardust or Parx’s April release, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. While neither of those things came to fruition, and let’s face it, there seemed to be very… Read more »


Fall Out Boy To Share Unheard Demos For ‘Take This To Your Grave’ Anniversary

Legendary rock band, Fall Out Boy has announced a limited edition 20th anniversary physical releases of their debut album Take This to Your Grave in partnership with Fueled By Ramen. The collection will hit shelves and streaming services on December 15th of this year. The record was originally released on May 6, 2003…are we old, yet? It is home to many legendary tracks from the group like “Chicago Is So Two Years Ago“, “Dead On Arrival” and of course, the fan favorite track “Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy Tonight”which has recently been certified Platinum by the RIAA. This physical release will include a vinyl… Read more »


Celebrate Halloween With Limited-Edition Fall Out Boy Shirts

There are many ways to celebrate Halloween as an adult. You can have a ton of red cocktails with dry ice fog floating off the top, you can head to a themed Emo Night at your favorite dive bar, you could stream all of the ‘Halloween’ movies (even the really bad ones), and/or you can don a Fall Out Boy tee made just for the season.  The guys are offering two Halloween T-shirt designs in their online store and for only 48 hours.  One design features the faces of Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley, along with… Read more »


Carr – Singer/Songwriter, touring with Fall Out Boy

Carly McClellan AKA CARR is a singer-songwriter that crafts fun, relatable, and witty tracks. Raised on artists like Avril Lavigne and The All-American Reject, CARR’s sound distills the best aspects of alt-pop, indie-rock and pop-punk, whilst lyrically she traverses the perils of modern dating and growing up. Carr chats about getting signed and going on tour opening for Fall Out Boy!


Gym Class Heroes’ Travie McCoy Joins Fall Out Boy On Stage In NYC

As Fall Out Boy‘s enchanting So Much For (Tour) Dust draws to a close this weekend on August 6, a special guest and old friend graced the stage last night at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY. While the band flawlessly sailed through their initial 16 tracks, Gym Class Heroes‘ charismatic frontman, Travie McCoy, joined the ensemble for two cover performances. The first rendition was Gym Class Heroes and Adam Levine‘s 2011 hit “Stereo Hearts,” delivered with an ingenious twist. Fall Out Boy‘s lead singer, Patrick Stump, set the stage with a piano introduction, passionately delivering Levine’s iconic opening lines,… Read more »


Fall Out Boy Honors Sinéad O’Connor On Live Cover

Throughout their So Much For (Tour) Dust setlists, Fall Out Boy have incorporated a handful of cleverly crafted cover songs to inject the crowd with an extra dose of energy and enthusiasm. However, yesterday evening, July 26, the group’s frontman Patrick Stump took the opportunity to pay tribute to honor Sinéad O’Connor following the news of her passing earlier in the day. Across the tour’s 24 dates that have already passed, the four-piece unit has made Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” and Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train” covers a staple of their setlists. However, last night Stump tackled the 90s ballad, “Nothing… Read more »

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