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The Fueled By Ramen 15th Anniversary

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    July 19, 2011

    Fueled By Ramen is honored to announce that The Stereo will be doing a reunion show as part of our 15th anniversary celebration! The band will be playing the second night of the concert series at NYC's Terminal 5. The Stereo will join Paramore, fun., The Swellers, VersaEmerge, A Rocket To The Moon and Cobra Starship at the three-night celebration along with other acts that will be announced over the next several days. Tickets go on sale July 25th at FBR15.com.

    Before splitting, The Stereo released three full-lengths and influenced countless other FBR bands - something evident in the above video, which features testimonials from Dan Young of This Providence, William Beckett of The Academy Is..., Andrew Dost of fun. and Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship. These artists aren't alone in their admiration, either: In 2009, Alternative Press named The Stereo's 1999 album Three Hundred one of its ten albums that shaped the punk of today.

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on July 19, 2011 - 1:46pm

Fueled By Ramen is honored to announce that The Stereo will be doing a reunion show as part of our 15th anniversary celebration! The band will be playing the second night of the concert series at NYC's Terminal 5. The Stereo will join Paramore, fun., The Swellers, VersaEmerge, A Rocket To The Moon and Cobra Starship at the three-night celebration along with other acts that will be announced over the next several days. Tickets go on sale July 25th at FBR15.com.

Before splitting, The Stereo released three full-lengths and influenced countless other FBR bands - something evident in the above video, which features testimonials from Dan Young of This Providence, William Beckett of The Academy Is..., Andrew Dost of fun. and Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship. These artists aren't alone in their admiration, either: In 2009, Alternative Press named The Stereo's 1999 album Three Hundred one of its ten albums that shaped the punk of today.