Attending One of the Miley Tour Concerts? Want a Free Metro Station CD?

6 10 2009

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aNt Cam 8!

19 08 2009

Last 2 weeks on tour with Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship, All Time Low & Hey Monday

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AV Chicago: Metro Station

18 08 2009

MUSIC EVENT: Metro Station
Also Playing: Mayday Parade and Mitchell Musso and Evan Taubenfeld

Metro Station features Miley Cyrus’ older half-brother Trace, so have your Hannah Montana-related heckles ready: This mediocre techno-emo band deserves everything you can throw at it. As if mining two of the most irritating genres in pop-music history weren’t bad enough, Metro Station confuses “aggressively vapid but catchy” with “good” on 2007’s Metro Station, a record so mindlessly peppy it should have forced The Rapture and !!! to apologize for inspiring shaggy-haired airheads from the ’burbs to shake their skinny asses over terrible, party-slaughtering beats.

Source- AV Chicago

OceanUP: Trace Cyrus COMIN’ AROUND Oh Demi

18 08 2009

Metro Station @ Six Flags Great America near Chicago on August 13. Trace Cyrus shouted, ‘oh Demi!’ during Comin’ Around. From Mollie: Before singing Seventeen Forever, trace asked how many 17 year olds were in the audience.

Then asked how many 16 year olds were in the audience. He said ’16 is definitely the craziest age. I know from experience.’ I’m not sure if he was
talking about Miley or Demi?

Source- OceanUP

Metro Station Performs ‘Shake It’ With Evan Taubenfield

9 08 2009

Metro Station performs ‘Shake It’ with new tour mate, ‘Evan Taubenfield’ at the Blue Note on August 3rd, 2009. Thanks ‘LovePinkChaka’! Be sure to follow Evan on Twitter (via Trace) at @EvanTaubenfield! Tell him Trace and ‘Seventeen Forever’ sent you 🙂

Mitchel Musso and Trace Cyrus Perform ‘Shake It’ TOGETHER

9 08 2009


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Follow Mitchel Musso (@MitchelMusso) and Trace Cyrus (@TraceCyrus) on Twitter!

‘Shake It’ FT Mitchel Musso (8/7- Croc Rock) Thanks ‘devgymnastx3’

Burlington Free Press: Live Music, Random Notes: Aug. 6-12

6 08 2009

 There’s a Cyrus coming to Vermont, and it’s not Miley or even dad Billy Ray (and certainly not the Persian ruler Cyrus the Great): It’s Trace Cyrus, the older brother of the “Hannah Montana” star, who leads a merry band of pop-rockers known as Metro Station. They’ll play in the Higher Ground Ballroom in South Burlington starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8: with Mayday Parade, Mitchell Musso and (continuing the theme of teen pop icons) Avril Lavigne’s former musical director and lead guitarist, Evan Taubenfeld. $17 in advance, $20 day of show. 652-0777,

Source – Burlington Free Press