Issue #70 (April 2017)

Featuring: Hunter Hayes, Lacy Cavalier, The Cadillac Three, Carter Jenkins, Jace Norman, Charlotte OC, Kayla Brianna, Drake Milligan, Ryan Lafferty, Jerrod Niemann, Clayton Anderson Read for free below; purchase a physical copy here.

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    The Holdin’ My Own Tour – Eric Church

    You can’t call Eric Church lazy, that’s for sure. The country star opted to not have any openers on his winter Holdin’ My Own Tour and instead has been treating fans to a near-40 song setlist, split up over two sets, in every city. He stopped by the Barclays Center in Brooklyn last Friday and… Read more »

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    Issue #68: February 2017

    Featuring: Jack Falahee, Carly Pearce, Runaway June, Katelyn Tarver, The Heydaze, Leslie Mosier (Doug The Pug), Tommy Dorfman, Dante Brown, Jline

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    8123 Fest – Phoenix, AZ

    To celebrate 10 years as a band, The Maine teamed up with their management company, 8123, to put on the inaugural 8123 Fest in Phoenix, Arizona last weekend. To kick off the festivities, The Maine released their new single “Bad Behavior” and announced their new album Lovely Little Lonely will arrive April 7th. The band closed… Read more »

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    Song Premiere: “What You Want” – The Heirs

    The Heirs are a Los Angeles-based band featuring Savannah Hudson (vocals), Brandon Hudson (vocals/guitar), Alex Flagstaff (guitar), Eian McNeely (bass/keys), and Brennan Benko (drums). Adopting their name from The Smiths’ classic ‘How Soon Is Now’ with the lyric “I am the son and the heir to nothing in particular,” the band emphasizes suburban normality and… Read more »

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    The In Our Bones World Tour – New York, NY

    To close out the North America leg of their massive headlining tour, Against The Current packed out Irving Plaza in New York City. Following a successful summer on Warped Tour, the Fueled by Ramen band made it clear that their place in the scene has been solidified. Kids lined up for hours in the January… Read more »

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    Great Good Fine Ok – New York, NY

    To kick off 2017 right, Brooklyn-based indie pop band Great Good Fine Ok kicked off their winter tour in New York City at Irving Plaza. Starting the set by tossing hundreds of glow sticks into the crowd, the colorful, energized band rocked the stage for an hour straight. Opening up for GGFO was California-based Flor,… Read more »

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    Issue #67: January 2017

    Featuring: Bridgit Mendler, Hayley Orrantia, Tonight Alive, Jack Griffo, Niki Koss, Skyler Day, Kevin Quinn, Sophie Reynolds, Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes, Brenda Song, Katie Leclerc, Burkely Duffield, Dan Amboyer, Midland Purchase a physical copy here.

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    One Tree Holiday – New York, NY

    One Tree Hill fans were in for a special treat this holiday season: a joint tour with Tyler Hilton and Kate Voegele. The two singing co-stars have become frequent tour mates over the years, but changed things up this year. Instead of playing two separate sets, they performed a 90-minute set together – assisting each… Read more »