It was a sad summer day when Yellowcard announced their ninth studio album would be their final, and there would be one last tour to accompany it. That tour made a stop at the PlayStation Theatre in New York on Wednesday. The sold out crowd was eager to hear new songs off the self-titled, but… Read more »
2005 was the best year for pop-punk/pop-rock, which inevitably has made 2015 the best year for pop-punk/pop-rock tours. Keeping up with the year’s theme of nostalgia, Yellowcard and New Found Glory teamed up for a headlining tour of epic proportions. While both bands are still making great music, it’s the throwback tunes that really get the… Read more »
In what originally seemed like an unlikely affair, Yellowcard and Memphis May Fire teamed up for a co-headling tour to promote their 2014 albums, Lift a Sail and Unconditional, respectively. The two bands have been drawing huge crowds and bridging the gap between hardcore and rock fans. Their show at Best Buy Theatre in New York City this… Read more »
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
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 »
In case you missed them, here are this week’s album releases. Featuring: Yellowcard, Luke Bryan, Parachute, Hoodie Allen and Sirah.
Who doesn’t love a 90 minute Yellowcard set? The sold out crowd at the Best Buy Theatre on Saturday night didn’t seem to mind. The band played a variety of old and new songs, definitely pleasing all of their fans in attendance. Check out some photos from the show!
Let’s be honest, Ocean Avenue was on every single mix CD you made back in 2005. No? Well, it was definitely on ours, so when we heard Yellowcard was coming to NYC we HAD to catch the show! Opening for the legendary rockers were our new friends, and featured December artists, Every Avenue and Go… Read more »