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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK #32

Last night live on NBC was the first annual iHeartRadio Awards. The three hour ceremony started off with a bang with a performance from Pitbull featuring G.R.L. The night honored the best in music with unique categories such as Best Lyrics (which went to Miley Cyrus for “Wrecking Ball”) and Best Fan Army (a tough category that went to Rihanna’s Navy). In between each star studded performance and award, some of our favorite artists, including Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz, gave us their LA Story by sharing a detailed personal…

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The Cab Announce New Single & Google Hangout

Las Vegas-based pop rock band, The Cab, is making a comeback, and they have recently announced the title of their newest single. The song, called “Lock Me Up,” will be released on April 29, and you can hear a teaser of it here. The band also will be doing a Google Hangout session on Monday, April 28, at 7 p.m. EST. To join the hangout, just visit their YouTube page at that time. It was recently announced that guitarist, Alex Marshall, will be leaving the band after having been a…

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Alex DeLeon’s New Endeavor

The Cab band member and frontman Alex DeLeon might be taking things slow when it comes to new music, but he’s going full speed ahead with another dream of his: creating his own clothing line. DeLeon calls the line “We Are 42799”, uniquely naming it after Los Angeles’ area code. The online store went live on Dec. 17, and DeLeon’s popularity was quickly noted when, within only a few hours of the launch, pieces were selling out left and right. With hoodies, tank tops and t-shirts for both men and…

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Chantry Johnson (The Cab) Releasing Solo EP

Chantry Johnson of The  Cab will be releasing a solo EP and has launched a Kickstarter to fund the project. You can read a message from Johnson after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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The Cab Signs To Universal Republic Records

The Cab has signed to Universal Republic Records! You can check out a tweet from Alexander DeLeon, and a band statement below. When our band first started, we began a fairy tale that seemed too good to be true. We collaborated with our idols on Whisper War, toured with our favorite acts, and every day held something better than the last. But when it came time to make our second album, things didn’t really transpire how we envisioned. It was one of those moments when you take a long look…

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