If you happen to be a Fall Out Boy hater, an early six-word proclamation from Pete Wentz was likely more chilling than a tornado siren. Then again, if you happen to be a Fall Out Boy hater, you were also likely nowhere near the Marcus Amphitheater Saturday night, where the pop/punk rockers teamed up with Paramore. It's too bad because the duo put on quite the show, a nearly four-hour burst of music that left the crowd happily exhausted.
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This morning, Summerfest added yet another show to the Marcus Amphitheater set list. Alt rockers Fall Out Boy and Paramore will perform at the festival's biggest stage Saturday, July 5, alongside special guest New Politics.
During the middle of the first decade of the 2000s a little Chicagoland called Fall Out Boy emerged on the post-Blink 182 alternative/pop-punk scene. With the band now on an indefinite hiatus, former Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump has decided to continue with his musical journey, throwing caution to the wind while hoping that his new direction sticks.
Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley, who grew up in Menomonee Falls, threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Brewers-Mets game.
Want to hang with Fall Out Boy's bassist Pete Wentz? Well, the Ladybug Club, 618 N. Water St., will be hosting the FOB After Party.
It's a long journey from the halls of Menomonee Falls High School to the cover of Rolling Stone, but Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley, whose band plays tonight at the Bradley Center, has managed to keep his sanity and enjoy the ride.
A new album from a punk favorite, a tasty pizza, a classic cola, a guilty pleasure CD and a daring dance troupe top the list of things we're talking about this week in the OMC editorial offices.
When the Warped Tour rolls into Milwaukee's Marcus Amphitheater on Sunday, June 19, Chicago's Fall Out Boy will be among the most anticipated acts. The powered punk-rock quartet also includes drummer Andy Hurley, a UWM grad from Menomonee Falls and there will be family on hand.