His memories of being a kid in “Music City” also inform his brand new single, “Songs We Sang.” Hummon explains, “I was driving around town and I realized that although a lot has changed, I remember bits, pieces and highlights from my youth. I really do remember the songs that we sang at parties or on the way home from school. I wanted to capture that feeling in a song.” He says it’s his favorite song to play live and that his fans love it too.
Don’t ya just love a little artist-fan interaction on stage? We decided to pull a list together of awesome moments between country superstars and their biggest little fans! From Eric […]
On Friday, February 16, we will be sending out presale codes for Pearl Jam shows at Seattle’s Safeco Field. Continue below for detailed shopping information, tips to prepare, and relevant customer […]
On Friday, February 16, we will be sending out presale codes for Pearl Jam shows at Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. However, not all Verified Fan ticket purchases will take […]
On Friday, February 16, we will be sending out presale codes for Pearl Jam shows at Missoula, Montana’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium. However, not all Verified Fan ticket purchases will take place […]
Get ready Canadian music lovers because the JUNO Awards are coming back on March 25th! The JUNO Awards are the biggest night in Canadian music and it’s filled with incredibly talented […]
New album releases, festivals and tours took the music work by storm this past week. Nashville native, Kesha, released Rainbow on Friday, marking five years since her last album release. […]
We’ve all been through the solo Valentine’s wringer: none of your friends can hang, the entire city is painted red, and you can’t even get a table at a restaurant. […]
Let’s look at some of the most memorable former boy banders of the past few decades, from one-hit wonders to global superstars: Harry Styles Harry Styles is one of the […]
Imagine a group that combines the nerdy charm of Vampire Weekend, with the powerful hooks of The Killers and the rock n’ roll swagger of Jet, and maybe throw in a touch of pop punk for good measure, and you have an idea of The Wrecks unique sound. The band counts the aforementioned artists as influences, along with The Pixies, The Clash, and Justin Bieber, among others. Hooks, brains and rock, that’s The Wrecks’ musical formula for success.
The sound of flor is the sound of an introvert finally feeling confident enough to tell everyone what they’re really thinking. It’s hushed intimate passages giving way to giant climaxes. It’s haunting and happy, soft and loud, like a still moonlit night interrupted by a Technicolor fireworks display.
Pearl Jam is hitting the road with seven incredible shows across the U.S. and they want to make sure their fans have the best chance to get tickets. Pearl […]
Super Bowl season is almost here. To help you touch up on your Super Bowl stats, here’s a list of the last 10 winners: Super Bowl LI – New England Patriots […]
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