The Dustin & Dave Show
13 of ‘13

Album of the Year:

1. Demi Lovato - Demi
2. Uh Huh Baby Yeah! - Trash Talk - EP
3. Echosmith - Talking Dreams (Deluxe Edition)
4. Icon for Hire - Self-titled
5. Conditions - Full of War
6. dangerkids - Collapse
7. Katy Perry - Prism
8. blessthefall - Hollow Bodies
9. New Years Day - Victim to Villain
10. Lorde - Pure Heroine
11. Like Moths To Flames - An Eye For An Eye
12. Pvris - Self-titled - EP
13. A Day To Remember - Common Courtesy

Runner-ups of ‘13 (in no order):

1. Fall Out Boy - Save Rock-n-Roll
2. Eminem - The Marshal Mathers LP Pt. 2
3. Falling In Reverse - Fashionably Late
4. Hands Like Houses - unimagine
5. Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2
6. Lights - Siberia: Acoustic
7. Story of the Year - Page Avenue: 10 Year Acoustic Re-imagine.
8. Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue: Acoustic
9. Linkin Park - Recharged
10. Paramore - Self-titled
11. Miley Cyrus - Bangerz
12. Luke Bryan - Crash My Party
13. Beartooth - Sick - EP

Comeback of the Year:

1. Story of the Year & We Are The In Crowd.

Song of the Year:

1. Eminem - Rap God
2. Icon for Hire - Watch Me
3. After Ascension - Vessels (Demo)
4. Icon for Hire - Nerves
5. Ellie Goulding - Mirror
6. Uh Huh Baby Yeah! - You Creep Me Out
7. Demi Lovato - Heart Attack
8. Katy Perry feat. Juicy J. - Dark House
9. Cassadee Pope - Wasting All These Tears
10. dangerkids - Waking Up
11. A Day To Remember - Life Lessons Learned The Hard Way
12. Echosmith - Tell Her You Love Her
13. Jay Z feat. Justin Timberlake - Holy Grail

Band of the Year:

1. Uh Huh Baby Yeah!
2. Echosmith
3. dangerkids
4. Icon for Hire
5. After Ascension
6. blessthefall
7. Conditions
8. Silverstein
9. The Word Alive
10. A Day To Remember
11. Paramore
12. Tonight Alive
13. Like Moths To Flames & Beartooth (tie)

Artist of the Year:

1. Katy Perry
2. Demi Lovato
3. Lorde
4. Ellie Goulding
5. Justin Timberlake
6. Cassadee Pope
7. MC Lars
8. Lights
9. Sara Bareilles
10. The Ready Set
11. William Becket
12. Blake Shelton
13. Jay Z

Biggest Loss of 2013: Conditions (please don’t leave is! Your newest album was way to good. We love you! Please stay!)

Biggest Letdown of 2013:

1. Conditions calling it quits.
2. I See Stars - New Demons
3. Escape the Fate
4. Chiodos hasn’t released their album yet.
5. Woe, Is Me broke up (even though everyone saw it coming)
6. Go Radio broke up (why?!)
7. Instead of a new album, Crown the Empire just re-recorded their debut EP (although I’m excited to hear that)
8 - 10. Conditions is breaking up (I MEAN COME ON! #dammit)
12. Family Guy killed off Brian. (spoiler alert)
13. I had to shave my beard.

TV Show of the Year:

1. Modern Family
2. The Vampire Diaries
3. Family Guy
4. Bob’s Burgers
5. American Dad
6. The Simpsons
7. The Middle
8. Ax Cop
9. Dads
10. Brooklyn Nine-Nine
11. The Big Bang Theory
12. The Office (we miss you)
13. Late Nite with Jimmy Fallon

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of the Year:

1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
2. Kick-Ass 2
3. Carrie
4. Frozen

Movies of the Year:

1. Kick-Ass 2
2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
3. Carrie
4. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain
5. Olympus Has Fallen
6. Planes
7. We’re The Millers
8. Drinking Buddies
9. Monsters University
10. Perks of Being A Wallflower (maybe a 2012 film…)
11. World War Z
12.

Uh-huh Baby Yeah! - “Trash Talk - EP” (Little Heart Records)Review by David McNeill (@fluxdavidflow)
Whoever said rock and roll was dead has obviously never heard of Jeffersonville, Indiana’s very own Uh-huh Baby Yeah! “Trash Talk” is best described as, hard, fast, kind of aggressive, and full of rock.
The opening track, ‘Dances With Wolves” starts with the sounds of a lively party that then enters immediately into the classic rock and roll sounds you’ll hear the rest of the album: distorted guitar riffs, random screams and sudden dance rock breaks.
But you can’t forget the nearly perfected clean vocals of lead singer Kevin Fletcher. Those are fully displayed the entire EP with his entire range showcased to it’s fullest with the closing song “Ocean Of You”, which in ways could be compared to classic Jimmy Eat World song or 2, but with completely it’s own feel.
The EP’s second track, “Whores Will Be Whores”, showcases where most rock bands now a days are doing it wrong. It’s very well crafted. Good dark lyrics, great music, well placed “fuck”s, a few nasty grungy well placed screams, a great guitar solo, oh and it’s about someone being a total whore. Who doesn’t love a song like that?
Track 3, “Dead Friends”, is the perfect zombie apocalypse song. “All my friends are dead” = zombies. At least, I think so….but anyways, this track is a poppy-er rock song, still showcasing the bands amazing ability to play their music perfectly.
It’s very hard to place these guys into one genre as they’ve perfected at least 3 different genres on this EP. I will say, if you’re in to old school, straight up, dirty rock and roll, this is the perfect album for you. Uh-huh Baby Yeah! completely proved rock and roll never needed saving, it was perfectly alive in Southern Indiana.
5 / 5
Go download: “You Creep Me Out” (actually download it all)
Find out more on the band here: http://facebook.com/uhhuhbabyyeah

Uh-huh Baby Yeah! - “Trash Talk - EP” (Little Heart Records)
Review by David McNeill (@fluxdavidflow)

Whoever said rock and roll was dead has obviously never heard of Jeffersonville, Indiana’s very own Uh-huh Baby Yeah! “Trash Talk” is best described as, hard, fast, kind of aggressive, and full of rock.

The opening track, ‘Dances With Wolves” starts with the sounds of a lively party that then enters immediately into the classic rock and roll sounds you’ll hear the rest of the album: distorted guitar riffs, random screams and sudden dance rock breaks.

But you can’t forget the nearly perfected clean vocals of lead singer Kevin Fletcher. Those are fully displayed the entire EP with his entire range showcased to it’s fullest with the closing song “Ocean Of You”, which in ways could be compared to classic Jimmy Eat World song or 2, but with completely it’s own feel.

The EP’s second track, “Whores Will Be Whores”, showcases where most rock bands now a days are doing it wrong. It’s very well crafted. Good dark lyrics, great music, well placed “fuck”s, a few nasty grungy well placed screams, a great guitar solo, oh and it’s about someone being a total whore. Who doesn’t love a song like that?

Track 3, “Dead Friends”, is the perfect zombie apocalypse song. “All my friends are dead” = zombies. At least, I think so….but anyways, this track is a poppy-er rock song, still showcasing the bands amazing ability to play their music perfectly.

It’s very hard to place these guys into one genre as they’ve perfected at least 3 different genres on this EP. I will say, if you’re in to old school, straight up, dirty rock and roll, this is the perfect album for you. Uh-huh Baby Yeah! completely proved rock and roll never needed saving, it was perfectly alive in Southern Indiana.

5 / 5

Go download: “You Creep Me Out” (actually download it all)

Find out more on the band here: http://facebook.com/uhhuhbabyyeah

Cassadee Pope has signed to Universal Republic Records Nashville.
Below is the official press release via Universal Republic:

Republic Nashville proudly announces today the addition of Cassadee Pope to its roster. The young singer-songwriter emerged while competing on NBC’s “The Voice” and winning the Season 3 title last December.
Chosen for Team Blake (Shelton), Pope excelled throughout the competition, displaying diverse musical tastes and talents, covering songs like Keith Urban’s “Stupid Boy,” Kelly Clarkson’s “Behind These Hazel Eyes” and Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn.” After a performance of “Over You” – honoring her mentor and his wife, Miranda Lambert – the tune catapulted to the #1 spot on the iTunes All Genre Chart.
“I am so excited to be joining the very talented Republic Nashville family. I am so passionate about my music and I couldn’t be more excited to have this amazing team to back me as I embark on this next chapter in my career,” said Pope. “Cassadee was a standout from day one and once she delivered her incredible version of Miranda Lambert’s “Over You,” I started working over my NY label partner Monte Lipman (CEO of Republic Records) to try to convince him that Cassadee belonged in Nashville,” said Big Machine Label Group President Scott Borchetta. “Each week Cassadee continued to knock down big Country songs by Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban and Faith Hill, and after she won we were THRILLED to find out that Cassadee was on the same page with us and wanted to come to Nashville. The BMLG Team is over the top excited about Cassadee Pope!”
Republic Nashville President/BMLG EVP Jimmy Harnen added, “Cassadee simply has it all! Phenomenal singer, incredible stage presence, an endearing and charming personality…she’s a star! Everyone at Republic Nashville and the Big Machine Label Group is simply over the top about welcoming her to the family!”
Pope’s best-of album, THE VOICE: THE COMPLETE SEASON 3 COLLECTION, catapulted into the #1 spot on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart less than a week after her victory. She has also made national television appearances on TODAY, Live! With Kelly & Michael and The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, among others.
Additional updates will follow in the coming weeks. You can learn more via twitter.com/CassadeePope. Watch her journey on “The Voice,” Season 3 here.
Pope is managed by Irving Azoff and Tina Kennedy.

Cassadee Pope has signed to Universal Republic Records Nashville.

Below is the official press release via Universal Republic:

Republic Nashville proudly announces today the addition of Cassadee Pope to its roster. The young singer-songwriter emerged while competing on NBC’s “The Voice” and winning the Season 3 title last December.

Chosen for Team Blake (Shelton), Pope excelled throughout the competition, displaying diverse musical tastes and talents, covering songs like Keith Urban’s “Stupid Boy,” Kelly Clarkson’s “Behind These Hazel Eyes” and Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn.” After a performance of “Over You” – honoring her mentor and his wife, Miranda Lambert – the tune catapulted to the #1 spot on the iTunes All Genre Chart.

“I am so excited to be joining the very talented Republic Nashville family. I am so passionate about my music and I couldn’t be more excited to have this amazing team to back me as I embark on this next chapter in my career,” said Pope. “Cassadee was a standout from day one and once she delivered her incredible version of Miranda Lambert’s “Over You,” I started working over my NY label partner Monte Lipman (CEO of Republic Records) to try to convince him that Cassadee belonged in Nashville,” said Big Machine Label Group President Scott Borchetta. “Each week Cassadee continued to knock down big Country songs by Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban and Faith Hill, and after she won we were THRILLED to find out that Cassadee was on the same page with us and wanted to come to Nashville. The BMLG Team is over the top excited about Cassadee Pope!”

Republic Nashville President/BMLG EVP Jimmy Harnen added, “Cassadee simply has it all! Phenomenal singer, incredible stage presence, an endearing and charming personality…she’s a star! Everyone at Republic Nashville and the Big Machine Label Group is simply over the top about welcoming her to the family!”

Pope’s best-of album, THE VOICE: THE COMPLETE SEASON 3 COLLECTION, catapulted into the #1 spot on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart less than a week after her victory. She has also made national television appearances on TODAY, Live! With Kelly & Michael and The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, among others.

Additional updates will follow in the coming weeks. You can learn more via twitter.com/CassadeePope. Watch her journey on “The Voice,” Season 3 here.

Pope is managed by Irving Azoff and Tina Kennedy.


Sublime With Rome have announced a Brazilian Tour with the Dirty Heads for March.
Dates below:
3.20 -  Rio de Janeiro @ Circo Voador3.21  - Curitiba @ Curitiba Master Hall3.22  - Sao Paulo @ HSBC Brasil3.23  - Porto Alegre @  Pepsi Onstage3.24  - Belo Horizonte @ Mix Garden3.28  - Florianopolis @ Stage Music Park3.30  - Vitoria @ Arena Vitoria

Sublime With Rome have announced a Brazilian Tour with the Dirty Heads for March.

Dates below:

3.20 -  Rio de Janeiro @ Circo Voador
3.21  - Curitiba @ Curitiba Master Hall
3.22  - Sao Paulo @ HSBC Brasil
3.23  - Porto Alegre @  Pepsi Onstage
3.24  - Belo Horizonte @ Mix Garden
3.28  - Florianopolis @ Stage Music Park
3.30  - Vitoria @ Arena Vitoria

Three Days Grace have announced their vocalist has left the band.
Below is a statement posted on the band’s Facebook:
"It had been our desire to keep an internal band matter just that, internal. However, after public statements by Adam we feel the need to give our fans the facts. Here’s the exact timeline of events over the past few weeks.
 On December 21, 2012, Neil and Brad (via email), our manager and business manager (via federal express) received a letter from Adam’s lawyer stating, “Please be advised effective immediately Adam is terminating his involvement with the band Three Days Grace. Adam has been wrestling with a health issue, outlined in the attached letter (a doctor’s letter dated December 14), which would have precluded him from touring with the band in 2013 and he wants the group to continue moving forward as they see fit while not holding them back.” As you can imagine, this came as a complete shock to us. We had just played a series of shows in Hartford and Peterborough the preceding week with no mention from Adam of any health issues or that this resignation letter was coming. We had no idea then that the December 15th Hartford show (which we played one day after the date of the doctor’s note attached to Adam’s lawyer’s letter) would be our final show with Adam as lead singer. After receiving Adam’s lawyer’s letter, Brad sent Adam a text offering to get together to make sure that Adam’s decision was in fact the decision he wanted to make, a final decision, and to talk through any issues. As Brad said, “It would suck to end a twenty year relationship through a lawyer.” Brad’s invitation was declined by Adam via a text stating, “My decision is 100%. My relationship with Three Days Grace is over.” We were then surprised to learn that even though we were told on December 21st that Adam was not able to tour with the band due to health concerns, he apparently planned on participating in a show on January 17 in New York City, as a solo artist. How would you feel if you were in our shoes? Someone you had known for 20 years, whom you had grown up with, gone through ups and downs with, shared dreams with, ends that relationship as if you had known him for a single day with a letter from a lawyer.  With a new album and new tour about to begin, and music that everyone in the band is proud to play and promote, we were quickly left to come up with a way to continue what we started. We had a tour for “Transit of Venus” scheduled to start in a month, and we felt we owed it to our fans and ourselves to go through with it. As we have said before, our fans are the best. You have stood with us through good times and bad times and you are the reason we do what we do. We appreciate more than we can say in words the support we have received during this time. This is not about choosing sides or deciding who’s right or who’s wrong. This is about being honest with you. Adam has made his choice and we wish him well. We care about our band, and we care about honouring our commitments to you, the fans. Three Days Grace has never been about one single band member and it never will be. After touring is complete, we will move forward. In what shape and form, that is yet to be determined. What we can tell you is that and are excited to rock live and we can’t wait to see you all on the road.”
In addition, it’s been announced Matt Walst of My Darkest Days will be taking Adam’s place on the band’s upcoming tour.

Three Days Grace have announced their vocalist has left the band.

Below is a statement posted on the band’s Facebook:

"It had been our desire to keep an internal band matter just that, internal. However, after public statements by Adam we feel the need to give our fans the facts. Here’s the exact timeline of events over the past few weeks.

On December 21, 2012, Neil and Brad (via email), our manager and business manager (via federal express) received a letter from Adam’s lawyer stating, “Please be advised effective immediately Adam is terminating his involvement with the band Three Days Grace. Adam has been wrestling with a health issue, outlined in the attached letter (a doctor’s letter dated December 14), which would have precluded him from touring with the band in 2013 and he wants the group to continue moving forward as they see fit while not holding them back.”

As you can imagine, this came as a complete shock to us. We had just played a series of shows in Hartford and Peterborough the preceding week with no mention from Adam of any health issues or that this resignation letter was coming. We had no idea then that the December 15th Hartford show (which we played one day after the date of the doctor’s note attached to Adam’s lawyer’s letter) would be our final show with Adam as lead singer.

After receiving Adam’s lawyer’s letter, Brad sent Adam a text offering to get together to make sure that Adam’s decision was in fact the decision he wanted to make, a final decision, and to talk through any issues. As Brad said, “It would suck to end a twenty year relationship through a lawyer.” Brad’s invitation was declined by Adam via a text stating, “My decision is 100%. My relationship with Three Days Grace is over.”

We were then surprised to learn that even though we were told on December 21st that Adam was not able to tour with the band due to health concerns, he apparently planned on participating in a show on January 17 in New York City, as a solo artist.

How would you feel if you were in our shoes? Someone you had known for 20 years, whom you had grown up with, gone through ups and downs with, shared dreams with, ends that relationship as if you had known him for a single day with a letter from a lawyer.

With a new album and new tour about to begin, and music that everyone in the band is proud to play and promote, we were quickly left to come up with a way to continue what we started. We had a tour for “Transit of Venus” scheduled to start in a month, and we felt we owed it to our fans and ourselves to go through with it.

As we have said before, our fans are the best. You have stood with us through good times and bad times and you are the reason we do what we do. We appreciate more than we can say in words the support we have received during this time. This is not about choosing sides or deciding who’s right or who’s wrong. This is about being honest with you. Adam has made his choice and we wish him well. We care about our band, and we care about honouring our commitments to you, the fans. Three Days Grace has never been about one single band member and it never will be.

After touring is complete, we will move forward. In what shape and form, that is yet to be determined. What we can tell you is that and are excited to rock live and we can’t wait to see you all on the road.”

In addition, it’s been announced Matt Walst of My Darkest Days will be taking Adam’s place on the band’s upcoming tour.

Shiny Toy Guns have announced they’ll be touring with The Dirty Heads this winter.
Tour dates are listed below:
February 13: Dallas, TX @ House of Blues | TicketsFebruary 14: Little Rock, AR @ Juanita’s | TicketsFebruary 16: Raleigh, NC @ The Lincoln Theatre | TicketsFebruary 17: Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore Charlotte | TicketsFebruary 19: Norfolk, VA @ NorVa | TicketsFebruary 20: Baltimore, MD @ Ram’s Head Live | TicketsFebruary 21: Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock | TicketsFebruary 22: New York, NY @ Best Buy Theatre | TicketsFebruary 23: Providence, RI @ Lupo’s | TicketsFebruary 25: Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground | TicketsFebruary 26: Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall | TicketsFebruary 27: Pittsburgh, PA @ Carnegie Music Hall | TicketsFebruary 28: Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue | TicketsMarch 1: Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave | TicketsMarch 3: Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights | TicketsMarch 4: Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s | TicketsMarch 5: Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note | TicketsMarch 6: Omaha, NE @ Slowdown | TicketsMarch 8: Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theater | TicketsMarch 9: Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep | Tickets

Shiny Toy Guns have announced they’ll be touring with The Dirty Heads this winter.

Tour dates are listed below:

February 13: Dallas, TX @ House of Blues | Tickets
February 14: Little Rock, AR @ Juanita’s | Tickets
February 16: Raleigh, NC @ The Lincoln Theatre | Tickets
February 17: Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore Charlotte | Tickets
February 19: Norfolk, VA @ NorVa | Tickets
February 20: Baltimore, MD @ Ram’s Head Live | Tickets
February 21: Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock | Tickets
February 22: New York, NY @ Best Buy Theatre | Tickets
February 23: Providence, RI @ Lupo’s | Tickets
February 25: Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground | Tickets
February 26: Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall | Tickets
February 27: Pittsburgh, PA @ Carnegie Music Hall | Tickets
February 28: Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue | Tickets
March 1: Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave | Tickets
March 3: Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights | Tickets
March 4: Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s | Tickets
March 5: Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note | Tickets
March 6: Omaha, NE @ Slowdown | Tickets
March 8: Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theater | Tickets
March 9: Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep | Tickets

David’s Most Anticipated of 2013.

So, it seems 2013 is going to be an amazing year for music. So many bands have already announced they’ll be releasing new music this year, here are a few of my most anticipated:


The Summer Set (date TBA). Label: Fearless Records.


Conditions (date TBA). Label: Good Fight.


A Day To Remember (date TBA)


Paramore: April 9th, 2013. Label: Fueled By Ramen Records


Tonight Alive (date TBA). Label: Fearless Records.


VersaEmerge (date TBA). Label: Fueled By Ramen Records.


Bring Me The Horizon: April 30th, 2013.



blessthefall (date TBA). Label: Fearless Records

The Suppy Nation Tour w/ The Story So Far, Man Overboard, Tonight Alive, Citizen, & The American Scene:
March 8 – Dallas, TX – Trees * March 9 – San Antonio, TX – Backstage Live * March 10 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s * March 12 – Mesa, AZ – The Nile * March 14 – San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brew March 15 – San Diego, CA – Epicentre March 16 – Pomona, CA – The Glasshouse March 17 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Metro March 19 – Portland, OR – Branx March 20 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon March 22 – Salt Lake City, UT – Club Sound March 23 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre March 24 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre March 26 – St. Louis, MO – Firebird March 27 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown* March 28 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade March 29 – Tampa, FL – The Orpheum March 30 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Talent Farm April 1 – Jacksonville, FL – Brewster’s Roc Bar April 2 – Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern April 3 – Virginia Beach, VA – Shakas April 4 — Baltimore, MD — Otto Bar  April 5 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer April 6 – Patchogue, NY – 89 North (Mixtape Festival) April 7 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg April 8 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair April 9 - Montreal, QC - La Tulipe April 10 – Toronto, ON – Annex Wreckroom April 11 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick April 12 – Chicago, IL – Reggies Rock Club April 13 – Toledo, OH – Headliner’s (Jamboree Festival)
*Tonight Alive will not be playing these dates.

The Suppy Nation Tour w/ The Story So Far, Man Overboard, Tonight Alive, Citizen, & The American Scene:

March 8 – Dallas, TX – Trees *
March 9 – San Antonio, TX – Backstage Live *
March 10 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s *
March 12 – Mesa, AZ – The Nile *
March 14 – San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brew
March 15 – San Diego, CA – Epicentre
March 16 – Pomona, CA – The Glasshouse
March 17 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Metro
March 19 – Portland, OR – Branx
March 20 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
March 22 – Salt Lake City, UT – Club Sound
March 23 – Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
March 24 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theatre
March 26 – St. Louis, MO – Firebird
March 27 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown*
March 28 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
March 29 – Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
March 30 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Talent Farm
April 1 – Jacksonville, FL – Brewster’s Roc Bar
April 2 – Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
April 3 – Virginia Beach, VA – Shakas
April 4 — Baltimore, MD — Otto Bar 
April 5 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
April 6 – Patchogue, NY – 89 North (Mixtape Festival)
April 7 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
April 8 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair
April 9 - Montreal, QC - La Tulipe
April 10 – Toronto, ON – Annex Wreckroom
April 11 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
April 12 – Chicago, IL – Reggies Rock Club
April 13 – Toledo, OH – Headliner’s (Jamboree Festival)

*Tonight Alive will not be playing these dates.

The Summer Set has announced a US headlining tour with We Are The In Crowd, Go Radio & For The Foxes.
Below are the dates for the Wake Up And Be Awesome Tour:

Feb 21 - Mesa, AZ @ Martini Ranch Feb 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy Theatre Feb 23 - Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction Feb 24 - Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades Feb 26 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre Feb 27 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon Mar 2 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre Mar 3 - Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room Mar 4 - Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theatre Mar 5 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge Mar 6 - St Louis, MO @ Firebird Mar 8 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave Mar 9 - Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot Mar 10 - Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s Mar 11 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar Mar 12 - Toronto, ON @ Mod Club Mar 14 - Patchogue, NY @ The Emporium Mar 15 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church Mar 16 - Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon Mar 17 - Cambridge, MA @ Middle East Nightclub Mar 19 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre Mar 20 - Towson, MD @ Recher Theatre Mar 21 - Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street Mar 22 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade Mar 23 - Orlando, FL @ The Beacham Mar 24 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room Mar 27 - Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Studio Mar 28 - Dallas, TX @ Cambridge Room | House Of Blues Mar 30 - Las Vegas, NV @ Extreme Thing Festival

The Summer Set has announced a US headlining tour with We Are The In Crowd, Go Radio & For The Foxes.

Below are the dates for the Wake Up And Be Awesome Tour:


Feb 21 - Mesa, AZ @ Martini Ranch
Feb 22 - Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy Theatre
Feb 23 - Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
Feb 24 - Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
Feb 26 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
Feb 27 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Mar 2 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
Mar 3 - Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room
Mar 4 - Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theatre
Mar 5 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Mar 6 - St Louis, MO @ Firebird
Mar 8 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
Mar 9 - Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
Mar 10 - Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
Mar 11 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
Mar 12 - Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
Mar 14 - Patchogue, NY @ The Emporium
Mar 15 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
Mar 16 - Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
Mar 17 - Cambridge, MA @ Middle East Nightclub
Mar 19 - New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
Mar 20 - Towson, MD @ Recher Theatre
Mar 21 - Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
Mar 22 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Mar 23 - Orlando, FL @ The Beacham
Mar 24 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Mar 27 - Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live Studio
Mar 28 - Dallas, TX @ Cambridge Room | House Of Blues
Mar 30 - Las Vegas, NV @ Extreme Thing Festival

Sleeping With Sirens have announced that they will tour this spring with Conditions, Dangerkids and Lions Lions.




The U.S. tour, titled the Take It Or Leave It Tour, spans from March 13 to April 12. The band are currently offering VIP ticket packages that include a meet and greet with the band, an acoustic session and more for pre-sale. General ticket sales begin Friday, January 18.















03/13/13 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA 03/14/13 House Of Blues Lake Buena Vista, FL 03/16/13 State Theatre St. Petersburg, FL 03/17/13 American Legion Hall 33 Pensacola, FL 03/20/13 Rocketown Nashville, TN 03/21/13 House Of Blues New Orleans,LA 03/22/13 Warehouse Live Houston, TX 03/23/13 White Rabbit San Antonio, TX 03/24/13 The Door Dallas, TX 03/27/13 Diamond Ballroom Oklahoma City, OK 03/28/13 Sunshine Theater Albuquerque, NM 04/01/13 Knitting Factory Concert House Reno, NV 04/03/13 The Knitting Factory Spokane, WA 04/04/13 Knitting Factory Boise, ID 04/06/13 Manny’s Billings, MT 04/07/13 The Aquarium Fargo,ND 04/09/13 Boonies Sioux Falls, SD 04/11/13 Blue Moose Tap House Iowa City, IA 04/12/13 The Intersection Grand Rapids, MI

Sleeping With Sirens have announced that they will tour this spring with Conditions, Dangerkids and Lions Lions.

The U.S. tour, titled the Take It Or Leave It Tour, spans from March 13 to April 12. The band are currently offering VIP ticket packages that include a meet and greet with the band, an acoustic session and more for pre-sale. General ticket sales begin Friday, January 18.

03/13/13 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
03/14/13 House Of Blues Lake Buena Vista, FL
03/16/13 State Theatre St. Petersburg, FL
03/17/13 American Legion Hall 33 Pensacola, FL
03/20/13 Rocketown Nashville, TN
03/21/13 House Of Blues New Orleans,LA
03/22/13 Warehouse Live Houston, TX
03/23/13 White Rabbit San Antonio, TX
03/24/13 The Door Dallas, TX
03/27/13 Diamond Ballroom Oklahoma City, OK
03/28/13 Sunshine Theater Albuquerque, NM
04/01/13 Knitting Factory Concert House Reno, NV
04/03/13 The Knitting Factory Spokane, WA
04/04/13 Knitting Factory Boise, ID
04/06/13 Manny’s Billings, MT
04/07/13 The Aquarium Fargo,ND
04/09/13 Boonies Sioux Falls, SD
04/11/13 Blue Moose Tap House Iowa City, IA
04/12/13 The Intersection Grand Rapids, MI