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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 »


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 »


Michelle Branch & Cassadee Pope Perform “Are You Happy Now?”

As one of the leading ladies on the When We Were Young Fest this year, Michelle Branch has been bringing her fusion of pop-rock to the stage with classics such as “Everywhere,” “All You Wanted,” and more. Now, as the second day of When We Were Young Fest is in full swing and unfolding in front of the sold-out crowd, Branch has brought a very special guest, former Hey Monday vocalist Cassadee Pope, on the Stripe Stage to help her with “Are You Happy Now?” The two incredible vocalists shared the spotlight and were in perfect harmony as they breezed… Read more »


Vic Fuentes & Cassadee Pope Join Yellowcard On Stage

When We Were Young Fest has just officially reached a new level of excitement when two unexpected and iconic figures in the music world joined forces on stage. Pierce The Veil’s Vic Fuentes made a surprise appearance during Yellowcard‘s set, sending shockwaves of thrill through the crowd with a collaborative performance of “Three Minutes More,” which is featured on Yellowcard’s recently released EP Childhood Eyes and features PTV. As Fuentes stepped onto the stage during Yellowcard‘s set to join vocalist William Ryan Key at the mic, the crowd thunderously erupted. Additionally, former Hey Monday vocalist Cassadee Pope joined Key for… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Reimagines 2013 Track “Wasting All These Tears”

Cassadee Pope‘s “Wasting All These Tears” is getting the Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato re-record treatment. The former Hey Monday singer just released “Wasting All These Tears (Cassadee’s Version),” giving a rock rewrite to her 2013 country track. Pope traded in twangy acoustic guitar strums for pulsing drums and basslines, though her voice is just as powerful as ever with awe-inducing belts across both versions. Today, she also released a new music video in tandem with the reinvented solo song. The video sees Pope with strawberry blonde hair, decked out in all black singing in front of a gorgeous moon-beaming… Read more »

Taylor Acorn And Cassadee Pope Drop “Coma” Music Video

Two of pop-punk’s queens are back at it again. Taylor Acorn and Cassadee Pope are empowering fellow women in the scene with the new music video for their latest collaboration, “Coma.” The song is about losing yourself in a toxic relationship, and the process of picking up the pieces and walking away from it.  Staged in a dark warehouse, Acorn and Pope’s performances emanate a vibrant energy that commands attention. Infused with an emotional charge, their powerful vocal harmonies breathe a profound new life into a song about feeling numb. Cassadee Pope, having co-written the song with Taylor Acorn, is… Read more »


Taylor Acorn Drops New Version Of “Coma” With Cassadee Pope

Today is a big day for Taylor Acorn. Paving the way as one of the leading ladies of the pop-punk scene, the powerhouse just dropped a new version of her song “Coma” featuring the legendary Cassadee Pope (Hey Monday, ‘The Voice’). Expressing the mixed emotions that come with a toxic relationship, the new version is empowering to listen to, as each vocalist’s tones pierce through the mix with defined clarity.  Writing the song together alongside Dan Swank, this collaboration is a special one to both Acorn and Pope. Their mutual respect and adoration for both each other’s talent and the… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Unveils Liberating New Anthem, “Almost There”

Cassadee Pope is boldly reclaiming her throne in pop-punk with the release of her latest venture “Almost There.” Marking her second new release of 2023 following “People That I Love Leave,” which Pope recently performed at the idobi Studios in LA, “Almost There” presents a juxtaposing feel compared to her previous single release. “Almost There” delves into a more sensual side of Pope’s songwriting that she’s previously left untapped. Co-written by Pope, alongside renowned talents Nick Furlong (credited for work with blink-182, 5 Seconds Of Summer, and Papa Roach) and Christina Galligan (affiliated with gnash and aespa), the song invites… 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 »

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