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  • Gabe from Cobra Starship was in the office yesterday for a meeting...

    (via @fueledbyadam)

  • The Alternative Press Readers Poll '11 is now open! Click HERE to vote for your favorite Fueled By Ramen bands and albums to be included in it.

  • Gym Class Heroes will be playing Z100's Jingle Ball in New York City at Madison Square Garden on December 9th. Other performers include Foster The People, LMFAO, Lady Gaga and Kelly Clarkson. Get tickets and find out more HERE!

  • A Rocket To The Moon always does Halloween in a big way (as you can tell in this shot of the "guys" from last year). While they have a day off on Halloween this year, they'll be in Indianapolis the night before with Never Shout Never on the Time Travel Tour.

    If you're going to that show, make sure you wear your Halloween costume! The band will be trick-or-treating the line before doors open to find their favorite costumes and give out some prizes. Make sure you share some photos from the show so everyone can see!

  • The second installment of the Gym Class Heroes Tour Diary comes from Matt McGinley and features an ol' fashioned hair swap, some tired questions about Adam Levine and the joys of a coffee-like dessert beverage. Check it out HERE!

    "In the summer of 2004, we quit our day jobs, dropped out of college, wrote and recorded the song "Cupid's Chokehold" and bought a 1975 Dodge Ram which we would tour in for some time. Touring wasn't glamorous -- it still isn't. But it's home, and this is a family. Since those early days our "accommodations" have become severely more comfortable, though still a grind. This is our home -- through which we travel from city to city. We spend most of our waking hours inside of it and it contains many of our worldly possessions.

  • Check out this sweet live shot of Cobra Starship. Check out more photos of the band from tour on

    Photo By Mike Lerner

  • Watch Panic! At The Disco perform an acoustic version of 'Ready To Go' in the Take 40 Live Lounge in Australia.

  • Andrew Cook of A Rocket To The Moon shares with about the band that changed everything for him. Click HERE to read who it was! 

    "They were the band that opened the door for me to discover dozens of other bands that would define my existence as a high school kid. Bands like Pennywise, Millencolin, Strung Out, Propagandhi, Lagwagon, etc. Not to sound overly dramatic, but they didn’t just open the door, they kicked it down with a pair of Doc Martens, and I shopped accordingly. "

  • Our good friend Adam T. Siska formerly of The Academy Is... has just joined Say Anything. The Fueled By Ramen staff are big fans of Say Anything and very excited to hear Adam play with them. Congratulations, Sisky!

    "I couldn't be more excited to become a member of Say Anything. I have been a fan of the band since the release of the debut album, and got to know them well while on tour during the summer of 2008. When I spoke to Max about joining, there was no doubt in my mind that this is a band that I believe in and want to put my heart into. I look forward to seeing all of you at shows very soon!"

  • Here's a new photo of fun. in Portola Valley, California while on tour with Janelle Monae. Click HERE to share it on Facebook!

    photo by Shane Timm