On Today’s Episode Tommy Woldridge joins the show for a Florida or Anywhere else and confesses that he just watched HSM for the first time! …Enjoy! The Brett Davern Show is streamed LIVE daily at 10am (eastern) 7am (pacific) on idobi Radio at https://idobi.com. Follow Brett on social media @BDavv, Katie : @KatieLeclerc, the show @BrettDavernShow
Panic! at the Disco went from a group of teenagers who’d written only three songs and never played a live show to the biggest new rock band in America. Their secret: Put together a band the way you’d create a MySpace page and let the kids run wild Ryan Ross bought his C55 Mercedes three months ago, but it’s been parked in his Las Vegas garage ever since. When the Panic! at the Disco guitarist climbs behind the wheel, cues up Tom Waits’ new Orphans collection and starts pushing buttons on the navigation system, he’s still not sure how it… Read more »
Today we talk about Billie Joe Armstrong’s reaction to the Roe v. Wade news, Vanessa Hudgens going back to her High School Musical roots, and Jodie Sweetin being tackled by police during a protest. Billie Joe Armstrong Speaks Out During a concert this past weekend, Green Day‘s Billie Joe Armstrong told the crowd that he was going to denounce his U.S. citizenship after Roe v. Wade was overturned. He told the London concert goers, “Fuck America. I’m fucking renouncing my citizenship. I’m fucking coming here.” Plenty of other artists, including Phoebe Bridgers and Olivia Rodrigo, have also used their shows… Read more »
Today we talk about last night’s Emmys, how we are moving forward in the Pandemic, we give a Gabby Petito update, and gush over Punk Does Broadway.
Even if you’re convinced that a band changing their sound is the worst thing that’s ever happened to you, it’s perfectly natural for someone’s music to develop and shift from album to album. But every once in a while, those shifts are so dramatic that the early work ends up sounding like it was released by an entirely different band than the more recent material.
Let’s not beat around the bush hereâ€”learning is cool, but school is usually much less cool. Thankfully, your homework pile will never be taller than your stack of records, and the right song can help you get through even the most impossible assignments. We asked our writers to share their favorite songs from their first year of college, high school, middle school, or elementary school for a special back to school playlist in this week’s Tuesday Ten.
High School Musical officially graduated at the top of its class. The surprise monster hit soundtrack accompaniment to the Disney Channel’s tween song-and-dance fest, finished as 2006’s chart valedictorian, selling more than 3.7 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan figures released Thursday. In the SoundScan era, the only other soundtracks to finish atop the yearend chart were The Bodyguard in 1993 and Titanic in 1998. Remarkably, High School Musical debuted on the charts way down at number 143 in January 2006. The disc increased its position each week, eventually hitting the top spot on two nonconsecutive weeks in March. It… Read more »
If you’re looking to get nostalgic, here are 5 Disney Channel songs that we think could have been scene hits if they were pop-punk.
In the midst of their skyrocketing success, 2023 has undeniably become the year of Daisy Grenade. Following the release of their debut video for “Got It Bad” earlier this year, consequently, the band has been making waves since the release. The industry took notice, leading to their signing with the prestigious Public Consumption and DCD2 Records, solidifying their status as rising stars. Building upon their early achievements, Daisy Grenade recently unveiled their highly anticipated Cult Classic EP, which featured their latest offerings “Got It Bad” and “Riot.” The EP showcased their versatility and evolution as artists, featuring a diverse range… Read more »
The latest Geek Girl Riot dives into all things Julie and the Phantoms + I’m Thinking of Ending Things, before throwing it back to some segments on podcast love + friendship love.