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Mike Ziemer

This week I have Dallas Texas promoter Mike Ziemer. He’s done a lot of shows for most of the projects I’ve been apart of, and his festival is the reason I met my singer Dallon. We talk about how he got his start with everything to how he’s now in charge and creator of So What Music Festival. We’ve been friends for a number of years and we finally get to learn everything about what it’s like to be him. 


So What?! Music Fest Announces Lineup Featuring Underoath, Skillet, & More

Say WHAT?! So What?! Music Festival is back and has announced its 2024 lineup. It rages on June 1 and 2 with Underoath and Skillet as headliners. Boys Like Girls, Silverstein, and The Amity Affliction, along with others, will play at the Fort Worth, TX festival at Panther Island Pavilion. Tickets go on sale Thursday, January 25, at 12 PM CST. Limited 2-day passes are $134, and single-day tickets are $74. Some sets will be album plays, including They’re Only Chasing Safety from metalcore vets Underoath. Other acts also doing play-throughs include Emery, Switchfoot, He Is Legend, The Almost, and… Read more »


The Fishmas Spectacular Celebrates 10 Years Of Gone Fishkin On idobi Radio

Fish said it best—ho ho, holy shit! As The Fishmas Spectacular set out to celebrate 10 years of Gone Fishkin on idobi Radio—the official Gone Fishkin anniversary marked in November, which you can read about here—it was undeniably an evening that will go down in fishtory. Yes, we’re filled with puns—it’s the holiday season! “10 years 1 month before The Fishmas Spectacular this year, I was in the bedroom I grew up in freaking out about to go on air for the first time as Gone Fishkin,” Fish shares of the holiday event. “To see some of the bands I… Read more »

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