In two weeks, Columbus natives, twenty|one|pilots will be playing a sold-out show at the Lifestyles Community Pavilion’s outdoor stage.
Two months ago, I wrote a post about the speculation of Fall Out Boy’s return. On Feb. 4, 2013, the band set the world on fire with their new single, “My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light’em Up).”
The band announced their return while standing in Comiskey Park. This place in Chicago is location where Disco Demolition Night took place in 1979. They even compiled footage from the night and used the new single for the audio.
On March 1, 2013, the band Thirty Seconds to Mars launched their new single, “Up In The Air,” into space. Specifically, they’re sending it to the International Space Station. The launch could be streamed live from NASA’s website. If that isn’t a great way to start off an album cycle, I don’t know what is.
I am the owner and user of two Twitter accounts. Last week, I was assigned a “Week of Tweets” for my Comm 3334 class. I wanted to sum up my experience and let everyone know what it is like to manage two Twitter handles.
PropertyOfZack, a website dedicated to music, announced Fall Out Boy was ending their hiatus. The announcement led to hope and skepticism for many fans.
After Fall Out Boy announced their hiatus a little more than three years ago, there have been many rumors of their return. But Zack Zarrillo, creator of PropertyOfZack, says he announced the real deal.