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    Model Behavior Goes To The Vans Warped Tour

    Join Karmen Moon and Sarah Russi as they hit up the 2014 Vans Warped Tour and ask the serious questions like What band would you feed to the zombies in a Zombie Apocalypse,. Groupies, Fashion Icons and more. Featuring: The Word Alive, Blameshift, Courage My Love, The Story So Far, Blackbird, Shiragirl, Enter Shikari, Dangerkids, A Lot Like Birds, Beebs And Her Moneymakers and more. From Vans Warped Tour 2014 Mansfield 7/10/2014. 1 hour and 30 plus minutes of fun also features The Return Of Silly Gillman

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    Join Karmen Moon and Sarah Russi as they hit up the 2014 Vans Warped Tour and ask the serious questions like What band would you feed to the zombies in a Zombie Apocalypse,. Groupies, Fashion Icons and more. Featuring: The Word Alive, Blameshift, Courage My Love, The Story So Far, Blackbird, Shiragirl, Enter Shikari, Dangerkids, A Lot Like Birds, Beebs And Her Moneymakers and more. From Vans Warped Tour 2014 Mansfield 7/10/2014. 1 hour and 30 plus minutes of fun also features The Return Of Silly Gillman

    Courage My Love

    Formed in 2009, they were discovered at a battle of the bands in Stratford, Ontario in early 2010,[1] and were soon signed to Warner Music Canada.[2]

    The core of the group are twin sisters Mercedes Arn-Horn and Phoenix Arn-Horn. Both are classically trained in voice, piano, guitar, and cello.[3] Bassist Brandon Lockwood was recruited after original bassist David Blake-Dickson decided to depart from the band, for personal reasons.[4]

    They took their band name from a quote in the H.G. Wells movie Things to Come.

    They have released three EPs: For Now, For Now (acoustic sessions), and Becoming.[5]

    They were named one of the Top 100 Bands You Need to Know in 2012 by Alternative Press Magazine [6] An extended version of their For Now EP was released July 18, 2012 on Grizz Rhythms/Spinning.[7]

    To promote their 3rd EP "Becoming", the band produced a 6 part spoof Reality TV show, "The (Un)Real Lives of Courage My Love", which was released on the band's YouTube Channel.[8]

    In August 2013 they were featured on the cover of Canadian Musician magazine.[9] The feature article focused on the band's approach to finding success in the new music industry by utilizing social media to interact with fans all over the world.[10]

    They were nominated for 'Best breakthrough group of the year' in the 2014 Juno Awards[11]

    The Word Alive

    The Word Alive is an American metalcore band from Phoenix, Arizona. Formed in 2008, the band is signed to Fearless Records. Their 2009 label debut, Empire reached No. 15 on the Top Heatseekers, meeting a great amount of positive acclaim upon its release in 2009. The following year, the group recorded and released their debut full-length album, Deceiver on August 31, 2010, which reached No. 97 on the Billboard 200 and 15 on Independent Albums.

    Beebs And Her Money Makers

    Beebs and Her Money Makers (BaHMM) is an American rock band from Orlando, Florida, fronted by Michelle Beebs. The group first achieved national exposure while on the Vans Warped Tour 2013 alongside Reel Big Fish with whom they toured in November.[1] The band is also featured on the second season of reality show Warped Roadies on Fuse (TV channel).[2] They have released two full-length albums "Welcome to Barter Town" (2010) and "No Sleep Tonight!" (2013) as well as an EP "How to Start a Dance Party" (2013). They are known for their upbeat music, high-energy stage presence, and goofy video content.[3]

    Enter Shikari

    Enter Shikari are a British four-piece rock and metal band formed in 2003 in St Albans, Hertfordshire. They are well known for their crossover style incorporating post-hardcore and various heavy metal sub-genres, such as metalcore and alternative metal, with elements of various electronic genres, such as industrial, dubstep, trance, and occasionally drum and bass, creating a very distinct sound.[5][6] The band is named after a boat belonging to Roughton "Rou" Reynolds' uncle, and a character in a play which he wrote before forming the band, both of which are named Shikari.[7] Their debut album, Take to the Skies was released on 19 March 2007 and reached No. 4 in the Official UK Album Chart. Their second album, titled Common Dreads, was released on 15 June 2009 and debuted on the UK Albums Chart at 16.[8] Their third studio album, A Flash Flood of Colour was released on 16 January 2012 and was positioned at the top of the UK Album Chart for almost its entire week of release, however it eventually debuted on the chart at 4. The band then spent considerable time supporting the release through the A Flash Flood of Colour World Tour, before beginning work on a fourth studio album, due for release in 2015.

    Blackbird featuring Gia Farrell

    Jeannie Marie Bocchicchio (/bəˈkiːkioʊ/; born February 9, 1989), known professionally as Gia Farrell, is an American singer-songwriter. Her 2006 single "Hit Me Up" was featured on the Happy Feet soundtrack in 2006


    If songs that start with an emo white guy proclaiming “yo” before zipping into hip-hop rhymes sounds like a good time, and if you have a weak spot for classic Linkin Park, Dangerkids are probably going to be your new favorite band. As gimmicky as it sounds to be doing the Linkin Park thing in 2013, Dangerkids mastermind Tyler Smyth has admitted that he’s unabashedly influenced by one of rap-rock’s most recognizable names. This isn’t all copycats and homage, though; Dangerkids mix modern elements of electronica and metalcore into rap-rock, which at first seems a bit disjointed and weird, but soon settles into a comfortable roar that hits all the sweet spots in the metal/hardcore/emo realm. Yes, “Unmade” is a straight-up sensitive power ballad, but even at his most vulnerable moments, Smyth manages to rise above the schlock with earnest lyrics and ample confidence. Throwing the words “Linkin Park” into the lyrics of the heavy rocking track “Light Escapes” was a moment of premeditated genius on Smyth’s part: if you’re going to ape your heroes, you might as well be completely upfront about it. It seems Smyth’s ultimate goal was to expand upon the sound of a band he grew up idolizing and then seamlessly mix in elements of modern metalcore, and, goddamn, he’s succeeded.

    YO! Bring It Back Stage Artists!


    BringItBack Authentic Hiphop culture and community support & Reuniting The Elements!


    To inspire future generations by cultivating local and nation artforms through positive creative platforms and unity and education.

    Company Overview

    Bring It Back Tour is a passion-driven collaborative tour that utilizes local business and community resources to engage artistic expression. We are designed to pull together prime circles of artisans, musicians, educators, and activists for the cause of inspiring our youth and peers with a multitude of positive creative outlets. The name "Bring It Back" is much more than a touring title and slogan; it's what any movement represents. We bring fans of the hip hop community back to a grassroots connection with its 'fourfather elements'-- Breakdancing, Graffiti, Turntablism, and Emceeing--with the addition of live reggae, rock n'roll, visual arts, and charity work.


    Blameshift is a four piece rock band from Long Island, New York that started in 2005. The band consists of Jenny Mann, Tim Barbour, Nathan Saake and Vincent Monticciolo. The band is recognized for their work ethic, extensive touring history and high energy live show.[1] In 2006 they recorded a self released album, “Drop Down”. The release was followed by over 150 tour dates including three dates on the Warped Tour. In 2007 Blameshift recorded their second album. “The Test” with Michael Birnbaum and Chris Bittner.[2] The album was nationally released through Smart Punk, F.Y.E, Hot Topic, and iTunes. Alternative Press named Blameshift as “Unsigned Band Of The Month” in August 2008.[3] Blameshift won a contest through Taco Bell called “Feed The Beat” in 2008.[4] Michael Birnbaum and Chris Bittner also produced the single, The Sirens Are Set in 2008. Blameshift toured through all of 2008 in the U.S. and Canada with And Then There Was You, and The Material on the Everlasting Sound Tour.[5] At the start of 2009 producer Mike Watts demoed the bands’ Self Titled EP. With touring in between with Sky Tells All and The Material, the release of the EP was put on hold until February 2010.[6] In May 2010 the band raised $5500 through Kickstarter to record with producer / engineer Erik Ron in Hollywood, California.[7] In June 2010 the band signed with Restless Management out of Venice Beach, California.

    Blameshift kicked off their “The Fortune and Flames Tour” with fellow East Coast rockers Dive on 10/25/2012 in Philadelphia for a set of approximately 20 dates highlighted by multiple shows with Bobaflex as well


    After Shira and her band crashed Warped Tour 2004 to a rousing crowd response, and got invited on by tour founder Kevin Lyman, Shira came back the following year with a pink box truck named the "Shiragirl Stage" and hosted over 200 female-fronted bands- including Paramore on their first tour. The following year Joan Jett graced the stage and played guitar as Shira sang "Bad Reputation." Shira landed an MTV "Warpie Award" and a spot in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Warped Time Capsule for her groundbreaking work to promote women in music. After rocking many stages across the US and Canada with her all-girl band Shiragirl, including support slots for Rancid, NOFX, Juliette Lewis, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Taylor Dayne and Joan Jett herself- as well as spots on the Real World Brooklyn, Warped Tour 2010 Compilation ("Fight for It") Fuse TV ("Sick Day" music video), Brooklyn Pride, and at Conquer Entertainment arena performances for over 25,000 people- Shira realized it was time to break out in a new direction. Shira returns to Warped Tour as a solo artist with a new musical sound, highlighting her background as a dancer and an in-your-face theatrical performer. Journalists and fans compare Shira's energetic onstage persona to Gwen Stefani, Madonna, and Pink. You won't want to miss this show, complete with song, dance and spectacle.

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