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Neck Deep Announce More “Rain In July” Anniversary Shows

Neck Deep have announced more shows to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their iconic debut, Rain In July. The album was originally released in 2012 via We Are Triumphant Records and the record holds one of the band’s most loved tracks to this day, “Part Of Me (Feat. Laura Whiteside)“. Last month, Neck Deep toured Rain In July and A History of Bad Decisions throughout the United States with support from Real Friends. It only makes sense that the band would return overseas to bring the experience to the United Kingdom. Earlier this year, frontman Ben Barlow shared some… Read more »


Steel Train Wrap Up New LP, Confirm Format Tour

Drive-Thru Records is proud to announce New York quintet, Steel Train, are currently finishing up work on their ambitious sophomore album. Set for an October 2007 release, the still untitled album is being produced by Mark Trombino (Rilo Kiley, Jimmy Eat World). Steel Train will embark on a 47-date North American tour with The Format beginning July 13th at the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona. In the last two years, Steel Train has played over 400 shows, winning fans over with their meticulously crafted rock songs strengthened by skilled instrumentation. Though in love with playing shows to their rapidly growing… Read more »


All-American Rejects Want to 'Rot Your Brain'

After more than two years on the road in support of their Move Along album, the All-American Rejects finally wrapped things up in early 2007, with everyone returning home for a much-deserved break. So how did frontman Tyson Ritter spend his time away from the spotlight?”I’ve had a place for nearly three years now, but I was never home, so I finally got around to hanging some pictures up,” he said. “And now I just wake up, stay in my bathrobe all day and sit at my piano. It’s pretty nice, actually.” He’s being modest. Because ever since the Rejects… Read more »


Sheryl Crow, Train Get In Gear For Jeep Tour

Sheryl Crow and Train are among the first acts confirmed for the inaugural Jeep World Outside Festival 2002. The five-week, 23-city trek gets in gear July 10 in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to the tour’s publicist. Following a path that hits the West Coast later that month, the trek returns to the East Coast to wrap up in Philadelphia on August 18. The trek marks Crow’s first set of dates to promote her fourth and latest album, C’mon, C’mon, which was released Tuesday. Train, meanwhile, continue to support last year’s Drops of Jupiter, which has sold more than 2.1 million… Read more »

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