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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 »


Travie McCoy (Gym Class Heroes)

Travie McCoy IS BACK baby.  This interview has ALL the details about his new music, album, shows and more.  We also play Who Wants to be an Emo Millionaire music trivia and throw it bacccck with some memories and stories including Fall Out Boy, The Starting Line, Hawthorne Heights and more.  This interview in one word: Rules.   Check it and make sure to hit subscribe on The Gunz Show podcast – iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, everywhere!  Do it up let’s go baby!


News Flashes 06.17.21: Black Writers Week at Roger Ebert, X Ambassadors New Music Video, Travie McCoy Signs To Hopeless and Drops New Single

[Bottom Left Clockwise: Photo by Thomas Falcone, Photo via RogerEbert.com, Photo by Nikolas Ray,Shadow Monster created by Mathematic] Today we’ve got Black Writers Week at RogerEbert.com, X Ambassadors release a new music video, and Travie McCoy announces signing to Hopeless Records and shares his new single. Black Writers Week at Roger Ebert This week RogerEbert.com kicked off their inaugural Black Writers Week featuring guest essays and virtual panels. Some of the participants include Shawn Edwards, Karen Horne, Erica Ford, Ytasha Womack, Tambay Obenson, Tananarive Due, and idobi’s very own Sherin Nicole! For the full list of contributors head here to… Read more »


Travis McCoy readies solo album

Initially, the songs on Lazarus reflected the dark times in McCoy’s life … inspired mainly by his breakup with longtime girlfriend Katy Perry. But in the months following the split, he said he found a new outlook on life.

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