In honor of April Fools’ Day this month, we asked a ton of artists what they best prank they’ve pulled, or the best prank pulled on them while on tour! Check out what Alex Aiono (Currently on tour with R5) had to say!
I’m currently sitting in my isle seat on the flight back from LAX to Sydney Airport, with not long to go until we land. I am sitting here now with my breakfast eaten and having a look at what in flight music Virgin Australia has to offer. It’s been great quashing my feelings of homesickness… Read more »
After three months away from home, here I am, back in the land of beer, beachside barbie’s and natural predators. As much as I LOVE the land of God fear’n, gun tote’n, free speach’n food fryers, it is nice to be back in Oz. Found out my house mate managed to burn our bathroom down,… Read more »
Green Day took their 99 Revolutions Tour to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn last night and completely rocked the house down. Dedicated fans had been lined up all day to score a front row spot for the band’s concert. Frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong, even brought a young fan onstage to sing and stage dive! Check… Read more »
April Fools Day is a day to play fun, harmless pranks on the people around us, but when bands are on tour, every day is prank day. Brandon Roundtree of Conditions has had his fair share of pranks pulled on him, and pulled some of his own. Check out what his most memorable was!
Australian rockers THEART kick off their U.S. tour in Las Vegas, N.V. with Faster Pussycat, and check in with Naked to let us know that, yes, they’re still alive, and yes, this shit is about to get crazy.
All Time Low took their crazy stage antics to Irving Plaza in New York City Sunday night, and girls’ tops were flying… literally. Joined by The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction and Hit The Lights, ATL showed off new songs from Don’t Panic as well as songs dating back to 2006. Check out some photos from… Read more »
Jake Owen kicked off his fall headlining tour at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square this past Wednesday. The sold out crowd definitely knew how to keep it country, as did opening acts Love & Theft and Florida Georgia Line. Check out some photos from the show!