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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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September 2014: Issue #39

Featuring: The Madden Brothers, Rixton, Bleachers, Yellowcard, Peyton List, Gregg Sulkin, Trevor Jackson, Nick Santino, The Word Alive, Wonderful Humans, Tyler Hilton, Mike Naran, Alex Flores

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Vans Warped Tour – Holmdel, NJ; Wantagh, NY; Hartford, CT

This year’s Warped Tour line-up is so packed it’s impossible to see all your favorite bands in one day… so we went to three. For the 20th Anniversary of the tour, Warped brought back some old favorites like Bowling For Soup and Less Than Jake, some recent veterans like The Summer Set and Mayday Parade… Read more »

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August 2013: Issue #26

Featuring: Jana Kramer, Jonathan Jackson, 3OH!3, We Camer As Romans, MKTO, HRVRD, Eisley, Devon Werkheiser, Nick Santino & The Northern Wind, Anarbor, Natalie Dreyfuss, A Dream 2 Believe

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Song Premiere: Miss Virginia – Nick Santino & The Northern Wind

As Nick Santino prepares to finish the A Rocket To The Moon chapter of his life, he has already begun a new one as a solo artist. His debut EP Going Home will be released via iTunes on July 30th under the name Nick Santino and The Northern Wind. Us here at NKD are extremely excited… Read more »

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8123 Tour – Asbury Park, NJ

The Maine released their fourth full-length record last month and are currently out on the 8123 Tour to promote it! They took their show to the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ on Friday night (7/5) and played a large collection of songs from their entire discography. Supporting the band was A Rocket To… Read more »

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Wild & Free – A Rocket To The Moon

Switching genres is always a risky move, especially for an established band. Fans of A Rocket to the Moon’s 2009 release On Your Side, their catchy (almost painfully cutesy) looking-for-the-right-girl pop-rock album, may wonder why the guys decided to trade in their complementary Warped Tour Vans sneakers for cowboy boots.