Now I am even more excited (if that were possible) for Jack's first solo album "Blunderbuss." It's out on April 24th.
Snow Patrol 04/28/2012
Snow Patrol with special guest Ed Sheeran at The Depot
Doors open: 8:00PM, Showtime: 9:00PM
Tickets in advance are $30.00 , $35.00 Day of show
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Snow Patrol brings their Fallen Empires Tour to The Depot on Saturday, Apr. 28, with special guest Ed Sheeran!
Tickets go on sale Saturday, Jan. 14, at 10:00 a.m. Tickets & Venue Information:
Tickets available at all Smith's Tix locations, charge by phone 801-467-TIXX or toll free at 1-800-888-TIXX, and online at smithstix.com
Tickets are also available at the Depot box office day of show starting at 5PM (excluding club nights & private events) and on Friday's between 2PM-6PM (excluding holidays)
(while supplies last - subject to change)
Rise Against Fans –
X96 is happy to announce the SECOND LEG of Rise Againt's Spring 2012 tour with A DAY TO REMEMBER
TITLE FIGHT will replace THE MENZINGERS for this second leg of shows (April 15 – May 10)
We want to make sure that our core fans have the first opportunity to buy the best tickets! Tickets will be available here (CLICK HERE!) on January 10th at 3pm local market time before they go on sale to the general public…even better, these tickets will have reduced service charges compared to the usual ticket outlets. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get presale tickets for what’s sure to be an epic tour!
CURRENTLY ON SALE:
W/ A Day To Remember & The Menzingers
The following dates have limited pre-sale tickets still available
1/17/12 Austin, TX at Austin Music Hall 1/18/12 San Antonio, TX at Illusions Theater at Alamodome 1/19/12 New Orleans, LA at House of Blues **ADTR not on this show 1/21/12 Orlando, FL at UCF Arena 1/22/12 Columbia, SC at The Township Auditorium 1/24/12 Norfolk, VA at Constant Convocation Center 1/26/12 Kent, OH at Memorial Athletic & Convocation 1/27/12 Chicago, IL at UIC Pavilion 1/29/12 University Park, PA at Bryce Jordan Center 1/30/12 Poughkeepsie, NY at Mid Hudson Civic Center 2/1/12 Lowell, MA at Paul E. Tsongas Arena 2/3/12 Uniondale, NY at Nassau Coliseum **GLASSJAW special support along with ADTR & The Mensingers 2/4/12 Camden, NJ at Susquehanna Bank Center 2/5/12 Fairfax, VA at Patriot Center
ON SALE JANUARY 10th at 3pm LOCAL MARKET TIME
w/ A Day To Remember & Title Fight
4/15/12 San Diego, CA at Viejas Arena **currently on sale 4/16/12 Bakersfield, CA at Rabobank Theater 4/17/12 San Jose, CA at Event Center at SJSU 4/19 /12 Kent, WA at ShoWare Center 4/20/12 Boise, IDat CenturyLink Arena 4/21/12 Salt Lake City, UT at Saltair 4/23/12 Rio Rancho, NM at Santa Ana Star Center 4/26/12 Pelham, AL at Verizon Wireless Music Center 4/27/12 St. Augustine, FL at St. Augustine Amphitheater 4/28/12 Boca Raton, FL at Sunset Cove Amphitheater 4/30/12 Tampa, FL at Green Iguana Stadium 5/1/12 Atlanta, GA at Masquerade Music Park 5/2/12 Charlotte, NC at Time Warner Cable Uptown 5/4/12 Indianapolis, IN at The Lawn at White River State Park 5/5/12 Cincinnati, OH at PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music 5/6/12 Pittsburgh, PA at Trib Total Media Amphitheater **currently on sale 5/8/12 Syracuse, NY at New York State Fair (Chevy Court) 5/10/12 Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
Check out Rise Against’s new video SATELLITE: Click here!
Video After The Jump
The 15 minutes of fame Detroit rapper T-Baby received when her video was shown during a recent episode of Beavis & Butt-Head, has turned into a nightmare.
T-Baby's video "It's So Cold In the D" first gained fame 3 years ago when it was uploaded to youtube, but it wasn't until the Beavis & Butt-Head episode aired did it take off nationally. Since then the rapper says she's been receiving threatening racist text messages.
Now she is afraid for her safety and that of her son.
"I feel in a lost situation because I have no one but my son ... but I refuse to stop," she said. "Only way I can show how I am here to stay is keep doing my thing."
T-Baby refuses to go to police because she says she's not a snitch.
What would you do in her situation? Check out the clip from Beavis and Butthead for yourself: CLICK HERE!
Another Big Ass Show is in the history books, and I am thankful to everyone who attended. My day started out with a bit of a jolt when I heard that Brendan Urie of Panic! At The Disco was sick with malaria and wasn't going to be there. I have to give that band credit for making sure the show went on. They recruited a few friends to cover for him, including local musican Brogan Kelby, and Ransom Wydner from King Niko. Brogan got to sing "The Ballad of Mona Lisa" and Ransom sang "Nine in the Afternoon." Thanks to everyone for staying to watch the performance even though Brendan wasn't there. Tyler Glenn (another local) from Neon Trees got to sing a few songs with them, and it turned out to be a special event. Brendan Urie is sad that he coulndn't attend, and the band will get back to Salt Lake in full force just as soon as possible. I was particularly thrilled to see Panic's bassist Dallon Weekes take over the lead vocals on a few songs and then treat us to an acoustic version of The Brobecks tune "Love At First Sight."
Another special moment was Switchfoot's performance of "Dare You To Move" when Jon Foreman invited Brogan Kelby onstage to play his guitar and sing along. We had mentioned to the band how important that song was to Brogan and that it really helped him get through some rough times. They were thrilled about it and invited him to play it with them. What a great bunch of guys! The performance was truly amazing, and I've posted a couple different camera angles (from fans) of the song.
It was a special day, and we thank you for your continued support!
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