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William Ryan Key Joins Rise Against For “Swing Life Away”

The thrilling When We Were Young Fest onstage cameos just keep getting better and better. On the October 21 festival date, Rise Against performed “Swing Life Away” from 2004’s Siren Song Of The Counter-Culture with some help from Yellowcard‘s William Ryan Key. Earlier in the day, Yellowcard performed their own set, and Ryan Key was joined by Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes for “Three Minutes More” and Cassadee Pope for “Only One.” Like we said, there are great collabs happening like clockwork at the 2023 WWWY Fest. Check out Rise Against and Ryan Key sharing the stage below. Yellowcard When We… Read more »


William Ryan Key

You’ll be familiar with my guest from the rock band Yellowcard this week, but William Ryan Key is so much more than just one thing. He’s about to release his third EP; he is a co-host of a successful Star Wars podcast and is even in the midst of a house renovation. I was able to chat with Ryan about his new EP, Everything Except Desire, out this Friday, February 11, what he’s learned from various degrees of success over the years, and so much more. I hope you enjoy this and will check out his new EP. 


idobi Sessions: William Ryan Key – Ocean Avenue, Great Unknown, & Old Friends

William Ryan Key is the gift that keeps on giving. Back in the day, you loved him as the frontman of Yellowcard that gave us the classic “Ocean Avenue”. Now he is serenading us with songs like “Great Unknown” and “Old Friends”. It is safe to say our love for him has not only continued, but grown. We know you’ll feel the same. Just hit play. Find him on social media: Twitter & Instagram.  


Community Meeting, Blacktop Queen, William Ryan Key, Peking Duk

Had a fire show for y’all while I was on Warped! I had Community Meeting call in, Blacktop Queen stopped by to play some songs for you guys (you’ll hear one in this episode), William Ryan Key stopped in to play a couple new songs and a classic and Peking Duk stopped in to talk all about everything! 


Stray From The Path – Rock The Walls – Thomas Williams of Stray From The Path

Stray From The Path Guitarist Thomas Williams joined Rock The Walls Saturday June 9th for the 9pm hour spinning some of his favourite tunes along with some tunes that inspired him as a musician growing up. We talk writing their brand new album, touring plans for the rest of 2012 and when they’ll be hitting the studio, Every Time I Die, Architects, and much more.


Aaliyah Leads BET Awards Nominees, Followed By Keys, B2K

Aaliyah leads nominees for next month’s second annual BET Awards, earning recognition for both her singing and acting. The late “Queen of the Damned” star is nominated for Best Actress and Best Female R&B Artist, and her “Rock the Boat” clip is up for Video of the Year and the Viewers’ Choice Award, organizers announced at a press conference Tuesday. “Rock the Boat” was shot just hours before Aaliyah was killed in a plane crash last fall. Aaliyah and TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, who died in a car accident last month, will be honored in a special tribute at… Read more »


Sir Elton Meets Ryan Adams At The 'Crossroads'

Showing his deep admiration for Ryan Adams, Sir Elton John addressed the young rock and roller as “fabulous one” during a taping Tuesday night for “CMT Crossroads.” In Studio A at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, John told an invited audience how Adams’ 2000 solo debut, Heartbreaker, prompted him to reassess his own approach to recording. “If I hadn’t heard Heartbreaker, I’d probably be lost in overproduction somewhere,” John said during a question-and-answer segment of the show, which explores the common country music roots of artists from diverse backgrounds. “I was completely and utterly floored by the simplicity… Read more »

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