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Photos: The Wonder Years in NYC


The Wonder Years celebrate the anniversaries for their albums ‘The Upsides’ and ‘Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing’ on tour with Spanish Love Songs, Origami Angel, and Save Face. Check out some photos taken by idobi photographer Jess Williams of the tour below at Webster Hall in New York City!

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The Wonder Years / Best Super Bowl Halftime Shows


On this episode of The Gunz Show, Casey from The Wonder Years joins Gunz to talk about their brand new tour – where they will be playing not one, but TWO of their albums in their entirety.  Also, new Wonder Years music talk to get the fans hyped up!  Plus, which bands need to absolutely play the Super Bowl Halftime show?  You may be surprised who’s on the list!

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Dan “Soupy” Campbell of The Wonder Years, Tim Riley of Souvenirs


A brand new episode of The Gunz Show is ready for your ears and this time around Gunz is bringing The Wonder Years and Souvenirs to the mic.

Dan “Soupy” Campbell of The Wonder Years calls in from his porch on a fall day to chat football, quarantine, and Halloween. The band has a spooky extravaganza planned for 10/30 and he digs into what we can expect, from a dueling blink-182 set to the merch bundles you can pick up.

Later, Tim Riley of Souvenirs calls in ahead of the bands upcoming release. Love For The Lack Of It drops on 10/23 and Gunz chats with Tim about the new music, his influences, and redefining success. Listen in now!

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The Wonder Years 2020 Tour


The Wonder Years announced Tuesday morning, November 19, their headlining tour that kicks off February 20, 2020. Fans can expect not one but two sets by the band on each date, an acoustic and an electric. If that doesn’t show you how much they care they’re also teaming up with headcount.org. With Headcount, the band will be helping to register voters at almost every date on the tour as well as provide national and local voter information to concert-goers.  The Wonder Years are bringing along three fantastic support bands: Free Throw, Spanish Love Songs, and Pool Kids to complete what… Read more »

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The Wonder Years: Ten Years Strong and Rising


While “Teenage Dream” was playing what seemed to be every fourth song on the radio in 2010, The Wonder Years were quietly cultivating a fanbase of kids that felt less “you make me feel like I’m living a teenage dream” and more “I’m not sad anymore, I’m just tired of this place.”

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