New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert collapsed on stage last night (March 28th), due to an electric shock, at the band’s show in Anaheim, CA.
Gilbert has updated fans saying that he has now been released from hospital and is now in the clear.
A message from Chad can be found by clicking read more.
Reports are coming through that New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert collapsed on stage tonight (March 27th) due to electric shock from a microphone.
Apparently, Gilbert was rushed straight backstage and the band finished the rest of the show without him.
You can see what a fan in attendance had to say by clicking read more.
Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams joined What’s Eating Gilbert (Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory’s side-project) on stage at SXSW last week to perform a cover of “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”.
You can watch a fan-shot recording by clicking read more.
After the success of their “Sticks And Stones” 10th anniversary album tour last year, New Found Glory have announced a second leg of the tour which will take place in May/June.
All dates can be found by clicking read more.
A limited number of tickets have been held for New Found Glory fans and will be available through an exclusive Ducat King presale that begins today (March 1st) at 2pm local time.
Candy Hearts have released a video, giving fans a behind the scenes look at the making of the band’s new music video for “Bad Idea,” which can be viewed by clicking read more.
In case you missed it this morning, you can check out of the video for “Bad Idea” here.
Don’t forget, Candy Hearts will be heading out on the ATP! sponsored “March Radness” tour this spring with Allison Weiss and Pentimento. All dates and ticket information can be found here.
Candy Hearts have released their long-awaited new music video for “Bad Idea,” which can be viewed by clicking read more..
Don’t forget, the band will be heading out on the ATP! sponsored “March Radness” tour this spring with Allison Weiss and Pentimento. All dates and ticket information can be found here.
New Found Glory recently wrapped up their “Sticks and Stones” 10th anniversary tour across the country.
At the Philadelphia, PA stop of the tour, our very own photographer Danielle Parsons was in attendance to get some great shots of the band and special guests Candy Hearts.
New Found Glory frontman Jordan Pundik has revealed in a new interview with Billboard the band will be going on a hiatus following their current “Sticks and Stones” 10th anniversary tour.
Pundik says he is confident the band will return at some point but probably won’t release anything new until 2014.
An excerpt from the interview can be found by clicking read more.
Candy Hearts’ awesome new EP “The Best Ways To Disappear”, can be streamed in its entirety here.
In case you missed it a few months back, you can check out our recent acoustic session with Candy Hearts here. The band treated us to a performance of “Bad Idea” and “Ticklish”, both of which appear on their new EP.
New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert has started a record label, in partnership with Bridge Nine, called Violently Happy Records. The label have announced their first signing is NJ’s own Candy Hearts, with their new EP “The Best Ways to Disappear” dropping on November 6th.
Candy Hearts have released the lyrics to their new song “Bad Idea”, which can be found below (as well as a stream of the track).
New Found Glory have announced the long awaited dates of their “Sticks And Stones” 10th anniversary tour. Support will come from The Story So Far (all dates), Seahaven (11/24-12/3) and Candy Hearts (12/5-12/16). Check out the routing below.