GG: CONCERTS- Performing in North Iowa and beyond

30 04 2009

Roy Wilkins: Fall Out Boy with All Time Low, Cobra Starship, & Metro Station will perform May 17. For information, contact Ticketmaster, 651-989-5151.

Source- Globe Gazette


Metro Station signing at Best Buy with Hey Monday in Chicago on 5/9!

30 04 2009

Best Buy & WKSC “KISS” will be having Metro Station and Hey Monday at Best Buy in Norridge, IL for a special autograph signing

Both bands will be signing copies of their album at
Best Buy on Saturday, May 9th at 1 p.m.” Space is limited-call store for details!

4100 N Harlem Ave #A
Norridge, IL 60706
(708) 453-0141

Source- Metro Station’s Official Myspace Blog

Trace Cyrus: ‘new pics by blanket’

30 04 2009


30 04 2009

tonight in philly!

whats there to do up in this city!?
trying to find something to do in the day before the show tomorrow

tomorrow night metro station and fall out boy in philly
whats up?


Source- Trace Cyrus’s Official Myspace Bulletin

TCC: 50 Cent Cancels Appearances on Fall Out Boy Tour

29 04 2009

On a recent press release, 50 Cent admitted that he will no longer be appearing as an opener for Fall Out Boy’s Believers Never Die Tour.

The rapper was originally scheduled to appear on the tour five times. Unfortunately, his reasons for the tour cancellations were “scheduling conflicts,” although, he performed at his first two dates: Denver and Dallas.

The Believers Never Die Tour started last month, featuring the bands: Metro Station, Hey Monday, All Time Low, Cobra Starship, and Fall Out Boy. All bands were very excited due to the short appearance of a successful rapper on their tour. Jack Barakat, guitarist in All Time Low, twittered, “Apparently we are touring with 50 Cent . . .” ( Also, Alex Gaskarth posted a picture of 50 Cent performing, with lyrics, on his twitter account.

It is completely unclear the specific reasons why 50 Cent cancelled his appearances, but many fans are disappointed. Artina Lewis, who went to the Sacramento date, said, “I wish 50 Cent performed at my show.”

Source- The Celebrity Cafe

AL: Alabama Adventure books Jazmine Sullivan, Raven, Julianne Hough, 38 Special

29 04 2009

Metro Station, July 10, includes Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso, brothers of “Hannah Montana” stars Miley Cyrus and Mitchel Musso.

Source- AL

People: These Guys Can Rock

29 04 2009

South Florida emo rockers rejoiced last week when Fall Out Boy’s Friends and Enemies tour rolled into the Pompano Beach Amphitheater.

Fall Out Boy — joined by West Palm Beach band Hey Monday (Homecoming), and dance floor anthem-happy Metro Station, who taught all of us to Shake It with the popular hit — stormed the stage to promote hits from their new record, Folie a Deux.

While Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman and Pete Wentz went back home (wife Ashlee Simpson and baby Bronx were waiting), drummer Andrew Hurley, took a moment to chat with us.

What are your thoughts on Miami?

“We’ve been to Miami, but it sucks because whenever we’re there it’s inside the venue and the hotel. I wish we had more time to explore. I was there for the VMAs a few years ago at the AmericanAirlines Arena and I was acting pretty crazy. I was able to check out the [Bayside Marketplace] outdoors shopping and restaurant area by there and it was pretty cool. It feels like Miami Vice when I’m walking around.”

Anything that caught your eye?

“It’s beautiful; there’s so much energy. I love it. The weather is always awesome. I was just in Tampa for the Super Bowl and being originally from Milwaukee, it was good to be there. Our Florida fans are always crazy, and we have a lot of friends and crew that are from there so it’s like a second home to us.”

What makes this tour different from your past shows?

“I think it’s more of a back-to-basics to tour. We also have a few new tricks up our sleeve with it. It’s cool because we’re playing in mid-sized venues — small enough where the energy is felt and the vibe from us is projected, and the fans energy is felt, too.”

What do you think stands out from Folie a Deux?

“We just recently toured in Japan and Australia, and we’ve just started to introduce it to the set. Newer songs are exciting to play and this is the album I’m most proud of. It goes back to the older days. We took the best out of all our records and mixed it in there.”

Would you like to send a shout-out to your fans?

“We love you and that’s all. You’re the only fans we love. But, don’t tell anyone else [laughs].”

Source- Miami Herald [People]