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The Holiday that is Juneteenth + A New Punked Out Soundtrack to Celebrate It

June 18, 2021 | By Maddison Kate

My eyes were truly opened when I was sixteen years old and moving to East Texas from Southern California. We moved in early June and just a couple of weeks later a holiday was being celebrated, one I had never heard of: Juneteenth. Like anyone else who hears about something for the first time, I […]

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Comeback of the Year: Bands that Should Reunite in 2018

January 10, 2018 | By Joe DeAndrea

Check out the bands that should definitely make a comeback in 2018… some likely, others not so much.

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(Un)Covered: Ass Back Home

June 29, 2016 | By Sam Devotta

It’s Gym Class Heroes vs SECRETS in this installment of (Un)Covered.

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We Love The Butcher shirts being sold for the benefit of Andy Mrotek (ex-The Academy Is…) after robbery

August 16, 2012 | By Alyssa McKinley

Members and former members of The Academy Is.., Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, and Panic! At The Disco have come together in designing a shirt to sell for the benefit of the ex-drummer of The Academy Is…, who was recently injured severely in a robbery.

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Travie joins Rihanna, Ke$ha on Last Girl Tour

June 15, 2010 | By max

Gym Class Heroes’ Travie McCoy will hit the road with pop princesses Rihanna and Ke$ha on this summer’s Last Girl on Earth Tour, which kicks off on July 2 in Auburn, Washington.

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Travis McCoy readies solo album

March 8, 2010 | By Alexa Gallo

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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Travis McCoy says Gym Class Heroes are getting back to basics

December 10, 2009 | By idobi

It has been 15 months Gym Class Heroes released The Quilt, an album that was supposed to carry them to the next level but, thanks to an increased focus on hip-hop, confounded most GCH fans, and quickly disappeared from the charts.