band

QUIZ: Can you match the band logos to the artists?
QUIZ: Can you match the band logos to the artists?
Do you consider yourself a music expert? AP is putting you to the test. We've got 36 band logos that span ages and genres. How many can you name? Test yourself below. Read more: 10 of the best “I’m gonna tell my kids this was” memes More on band logos twenty one pilots updated their Trench logo on two social media accounts causing fans to speculate new content and the possible end of an era. The l
Indonesian tsunami wave crashed into stage during local band’s performance
Indonesian tsunami wave crashed into stage during local band’s performance
Indonesian pop band Seventeen were in the middle of a performance last night, unaware that a tsunami wave was about to sweep out the stage from behind them. The local group was playing a show at the Tanjung Lesung Beach Resort in Pandeglang when the wave crashed through the stage and into the audience, taking everyone in its path with it...
Could Chiodos be teasing return following ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’ anniversary?
Could Chiodos be teasing return following ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’ anniversary?
Could Chiodos be teasing their return? Read more: Are Green Day planning a 'Dookie' album anniversary tour? Yesterday, July 26, marked the 13-year anniversary of Chiodos' debut album, All's Well That Ends Well, and to celebrate, the band shared a link to purchase a cassette version of the album with the caption, "happy bday bby." ...
Chris Motionless once accidentally superglued his mouth shut during a show
Chris Motionless once accidentally superglued his mouth shut during a show
Did you know that one time Chris Motionless, the singer of Motionless In White, accidentally had his mouth glued shut during a performance? It was the result of a prank pulled by his tour manager, but it went a little haywire. The manager meant to glue shut a water bottle to mess with Chris and instead the glue got on the singer's lips and they got stuck shut. (T ...
Nine scene throwbacks and their modern day replacements
Nine scene throwbacks and their modern day replacements
Skinny jeans and Converse (whether crisp or covered toe to heel in scribbled lyrics) still fill the pits of venues, but you’d be hard-pressed to find someone taking a picture with a Motorola Sidekick and posting it on their Myspace. The culture and components of the scene are always evolving, and while some trends hold strong, there are others that have either become nonexistent or been replaced.
5 ways to keep your crew
5 ways to keep your crew
The often forgotten crew members are a crucial part of successful touring. Whether it’s a small show with an opening band and their friend selling merch or a sold out Taylor Swift stadium show with 100-plus people making sure the production goes off without a hitch, they are essential and valuable human beings. Here ...