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We The Kings ‘Summer Fest’ Behind The Scenes Video

Ever wanted to see the behind-the-scenes on a national rock tour? Charles Trippy, bassist for the major rock band, We The Kings, provides viewers with an exclusive look through his YouTube channel, CTFxC. The vlogs, short for video logs, show the band throughout their Summer Fest 2013 tour performing for sold-out crowds all over America at night and playing everyday activities such as wiffle ball during the day. Buy concert tickets here before they’re all sold out. If We The Kings isn’t coming to your city, purchase a CD here…

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GUEST BLOG: Buddy Up With Bands

At some point as a music lover or a musician, you’re inevitably going to be part of some shows with sparse crowds, especially when bands start getting further away from their home town. We’ve all done it at one point or another, and chances are, we’ll all do it again at some point. We recently drove 175 miles for a mid-week show with another touring band, only to find out that the two local bands who were going to headline had both dropped out at the last minute. The show…

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Abel Breaks Up

Indie rockers Abel have decided, after four years, to call it quits. This news was posted on the band’s Facebook page earlier today. Check out the letter to the fans below! You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.   Please follow and like us:

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Amy Winehouse Tribute Statue Approved

While artist Scott Easton’s tribute statue to British pop-star Amy Winehouse originally received disapproval from the Camden Town Conservation Authority, there was a council meeting earlier this week that ended with overall approval of the statue. The statue, which is made of bronze and has Winehouse in a short dress with her famous beehive hairstyle, will be placed in a balcony of the Camden Roundhouse this September. Scott Easton has agreed to not have light shining on the statue at night in hopes of hindering the gathering of crowds. Please follow and like us:

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Interview: The Smith Street Band

Infectious Magazine interviewsWil Wagner of Australian natives, The Smith Street Band to find out all the dirt on their first American tour, why Frank Turner loves them, and which American stereotypes are true. Check it out below. IM: Hey guys, thank you for taking the time to speak with me. How are you? The Smith Street Band: Hey! Going great thanks, on the road from Philadelphia to Long Island! IM: You’re on your first US tour! How are you finding the audience response? The Smith Street Band:  Everything’s been really awesome…

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