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Charlotte Sands Shares Her Top 5 Female Artists That Inspire Her

If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of experiencing Charlotte Sands and everything her music has to offer, now’s the time to dive in headfirst. The emerging artist has just released her debut album, can we start over?, an opus built on self-discovery and embracing the uncharted, new beginnings in life. With themes ranging from redefining relationships and personal growth, this ten-track masterpiece serves as an empowering rallying cry for anyone on the brink of transformative change. As the euphoria of her debut release settles in, Charlotte caught up exclusively with idobi Radio to share her top 5 female artists… Read more »


Charlotte Sands Stands In The “blindspot” With Her Latest Single

Charlotte Sands is never in our “blindspot,” especially not with her latest single. The 2000s-inspired, singer-songwriter alt-ballad is the latest track to preview her upcoming album can we start over?, which arrives on January 24. From there, Sands will embark on her world headline tour in March. Her previous single, “pity” is more aggressive, pointed, and rock-leaning, so this pivot to something slowed down, with longing sadness stirred into it, gives listeners a look at her versatility as an artist. Sands says that the song is about having feelings for a friend but not being in a relationship with them.… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Announces Headline Show In Nashville

Fresh off her electrifying guest performances at the When We Were Young Fest in Las Vegas, NV, alongside renowned acts such as Yellowcard, Michelle Branch, and Simple Plan, Cassadee Pope is showing no signs of slowing down. Her next stop? A headline show in Nashville, TN, set for Wednesday, December 13, at the East Room. This highly-anticipated event represents her first solo headlining show since returning to the pop-punk scene, offering fans an opportunity to experience her new music live. Pope will be supported by special guests Natalia Taylar and Sierra Annie. Tickets for the show will go on sale… Read more »


9 Moments You May Have Missed At When We Were Young Fest 2023

This past weekend’s When We Were Young Fest sizzled under the scorching sun in Las Vegas, NV, as it kicked off on Saturday, October 21, and emerged as the ultimate pop-punk playground for fans of all generations. In contrast to last year’s weather-related cancellation on the first day, this year’s festival ran seamlessly, cementing its place in the annals of pop-punk history as a spirited showcase of pop-punk prowess. Read more: Green Day Announces New Album ‘Saviors,’ Releases New Single Featuring a riveting lineup that ranged from rising stars such as Beach Bunny, KennyHoopla, and Jean Dawson to seasoned pop-punk… Read more »


Simple Plan Taps Bowling For Soup, Jax, & More For “I’m Just A Kid”

When We Were Young Fest 2023 has been nothing short of a pop-punk playground this weekend in Las Vegas, NV, and will certainly go down in history as a celebration of nostalgia like no other.  As day 2 of the weekend began to wind down, Simple Plan decided to take the event to a whole new level with a star-studded lineup of guest artists to join them on stage for a mind-blowing rendition of their 2002 hit, “I’m Just A Kid.” Read more: Gabe Saporta Joins The Academy Is… For “Snakes On A Plane” At WWWY As Pierre Bouvier, Simple… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Joins Yellowcard Again For “Only One” Performance

While not officially on the When We Were Young Fest 2023 bill, Cassadee Pope is popping up left, right, and center for special guest performances at the festival. Yesterday afternoon, during Yellowcard’s performance, they were joined by Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes for the live collaborative debut of their single “Three Minutes More.” Following their performance with Fuentes, Cassadee Pope jumped on stage for a heartwrenching, beautiful collaborative rendition of the band’s 2003 hit “Only One.”  Now, as we’ve entered into the second date of the festival, Pope was caught on stage performing “Are You Happy Now?” alongside Michelle Branch… Read more »


When We Were Young Fest Announces 2023 Set Times

Dust off your Chucks and Vans because it is officially When We Were Young Fest week! With excitement building around the festival, particularly the highly anticipated headline performances from blink-182 and Green Day, the official When We Were Young Fest 2023 set times for this weekend’s festivities and shenanigans are here! Amidst a flurry of teasers hitting left, right, and center from artists across the lineup, one notably apt teaser has piqued our interest—a sneak peek at blink-182‘s upcoming track, “When We Were Young.” We’re crossing our fingers that they debut the song live at the festival…I mean, seriously, what… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Returns To Roots Following Hey Monday & ‘The Voice’

From her early days as the frontwoman of pop-rock act Hey Monday to winning ‘The Voice’ and exploring the country music scene, Cassadee Pope has propelled her career forward through versatility, resilience, and her personal artistic growth.  Earlier this year, the acclaimed artist released her latest pop-punk anthem, “People That I Love Leave,” which showcases her return to her roots as well as her mature understanding of how she approaches relationships. Our very own Nick Major had the opportunity to delve into the inspiration behind the song and Pope’s illustrious evolution as an artist. Join us as we uncover the… Read more »


Inspiring Women in Music

Happy Women’s History Month! In this episode of Punk Goes Pride, Tate talks about all of the the women in music who have inspired him. From Michelle Branch and Avril Lavigne in his childhood, to Lady Gaga, Sheryl Crow and Jenny Lewis in his teenage years, to Royal and The Serpent and more now. He also features music from women in bands that have been guests on the show like Pollyanna, Honey Revenge, Softcult, PRONOUN, Hoity Toity and Glimmers.    

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