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Andrew McMahon & The Wilderness Announces Acoustic “Pen and the Piano” Tour

Andrew McMahon & The Wilderness has announced an incredibly special run of tour dates called the “Pen and the Piano” tour, featuring an acoustic evening with McMahon, Allen Stone, Zac Clark, and Bob Oxblood (Formerly of Jack’s Mannequin.” Speaking about the tour, McMahon says “I am both pleased and terrified to announce The Pen and the Piano Tour,” McMahon writes. “I’m pleased because I’ll be boarding a bus with three dear friends, all gifted singer/songwriters to play six weeks of intimate shows around the United States. I’m terrified because I…

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LISTEN: Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, “Canyon Moon”

Andrew McMahon’s new solo project, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, will be releasing a new album soon enough. In the meantime, McMahon has a new single to share with everyone. Check out the new song “Canyon Moon” after the jump! Buy concert tickets here or purchase a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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Andrew McMahon Announces Solo Tour Dates

Andrew McMahon will be giving his new solo project some exposure this fall. Under the name Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, the former Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin vocalist will be hitting the road on a headlining tour. He’s announced some dates already and there will be more dates to follow soon. Check out a tweet from McMahon detailing the jaunt after the jump! Buy concert tickets here and purchase a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Andrew McMahon Performs Two New Solo Songs

After surprising fans with some live performances of Something Corporate songs, Andrew McMahon has more up his sleeve. McMahon recently revealed his solo project, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness. Two songs from his new solo endeavor, “Cecelia And The Satellite” and “High Dive,” made their live debut recently. Check out live videos filmed by Amy Lane after the jump! Buy concert tickets here or purchase a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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Andrew McMahon (Jack’s Mannequin, Something Corporate) To Tour With Matt Nathanson, Gavin Degraw

Fans of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin can rejoice. Andrew McMahon will be on the road again. He will be joining Matt Nathanson, Gavin Degraw and Mary Lambert. Tickets for the dates go on sale March 21 at 10 A.M. local time unless otherwise noted. McMahon and Lambert will only be appearing on select dates. Check out a tweet from McMahon after the jump as well as the tour dates. Purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here! Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Calling Card ‘You’ve Got a Lot To Learn’

A twenty-one track album seems like a mountain; to both a band and the writer reviewing it. However, The Calling Card’s You’ve Got a Lot To Learn plays out more like a hot summer day at a lake than a cold, bitter trek up Everest. “Weight of The World” has a perfect, optimistic tone to it that sets the mood for the rest of the album, keeping spirits high. Following much later, “Neon Lights” has a stunning introduction leading into a song that serves to demonstrate the versatility of The…

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‘Tis the Season For A Punk Rock Christmas: Top 10 Songs To Kickstart Christmas

Although it’s shoved in our faces as we turn the corner on Halloween, Christmas can be an exciting time for music.  From brand new Christmas tunes, to the classics that have been covered thousands of times, the end of the year is a great time to discover new music.  Don’t get me wrong, just because a song like Jingle Bells has been covered thousands of times doesn’t make a new interpretation any less exciting.  When done right, Christmas songs, even the classics, can easily rival any other song that lives…

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ALBUM REVIEW: AWOLNATION ‘Megalithic Symphony’

AWOLNATION has hit the music industry like a glass of water on a hot summer day. With a refreshing style and sound, it’s hard not to notice the artist. Following a very brief introduction (the title track), “Some Sort of Creature” is a fantastic narrative, accompanied by a quick-paced collection of lyrics, with stunning melodies. Despite being so short, it really packs a punch. “Soul Wars” is clever, quick, and sharp. With the “hoo-rah” attitude, along with the vocal melodies at the end, this would be the best song to…

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