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Good Morning America Announce 2016 Summer Concert Series Lineup

“Good Morning America” always keeps Summer 🔥 🔥 🔥 with their Friday morning concerts every year.  This year’s line up is straight LIT with all of your favorite artists that will be burnin’ up your beach playlists!  Check out the lineup below.  All concerts are free and take place at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park in NYC.   Be sure to enter the park via the 72nd Street and 5th Avenue entrance, no later than 6am.   The concerts happen between 7am and 9am during the GMA broadcast.  You’ll even get a chance to watch soundcheck and maybe get up close with your favorite artist!   Check out the schedule below.

GMA Summer 2016 Concert Series
May 20 – Ariana Grande (#ArianaOnGMA)***
May 27 – Flo Rida (#FloRidaOnGMA)
June 3 – Pitbull (#PitbullOnGMA
June 10 – Iggy Azalea (#IggyOnGMA)
June 17 – Demi Lovato (#DemiOnGMA)***
June 24 – Brad Paisley (#PaisleyOnGMA)
July 1 – Blink 182 (#Blink182onGMA)
July 8 – Kenny Chesney (#ChesneyOnGMA)
July 15 – TBD
July 22 – Sia (#SiaOnGMA)
July 29 – TBD
August 5 – X Ambassadors (#XAmbassadorsOnGMA)
August 12 – Keith Urban (#KeithUrbanOnGMA)
August 19 – TBD
August 26 – Jason Aldean (#AldeanOnGMA)
September 2 – Jason Derulo (#DeruloOnGMA)

***Advance (free) tickets are required for entry to the Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato concerts.

Watch 5SOS performing “She’s Kinda Hot” as part of last year’s Summer Concert Series!

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The Friday Five: Blink-182 Videos

We’re still fangirling over Blink-182’s tour and album announcement.   Tickets for their Summer tour go on sale this week!  Check out the tour dates HERE!  Here’s a playlist of some of our favorite classic Blink videos.

1.”What’s My Age Again?”

2. “All The Small Things”

3. “The Rock Show”

4. “First Date”

5. “I Miss You”

Blink-182 Announce New Album & Summer Tour

OMGWJIO#&%*@(!!!  Sorry for the fangirl keysmash, but we are fangirling hard because Blink-182 is back with a new lineup and a new single!  “Bored To Death” is the first track from their upcoming album, “California,” due out July 1st.  This is Blink’s first album with guitarist Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio) in the lineup, along with Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker.  Watch the lyric video below!

Pre-order a copy of “California” on iTunes now and get “Bored To Death” instantly!

Blink-182 “California” Tracklisting
1. Cynical
2. Bored To Death
3. She’s Out Of Her Mind
4. Los Angeles
5. Sober
6. Built This Pool
7. No Future
8. Home Is Such A Lonely Place
9. Kings of the Weekend
10. Teenage Satellites
11. Left Alone
12. Rabbit Hole
13. San Diego
14. The Only Thing That Matters
15. California
26. Brohemian Rhapsody

As if the album announcement wasn’t exciting enough, Blink also announced they’re going on tour this Summer with All American Rejects & All Time Low!   Tickets go on sale next Friday, May 6th, with special album order pre-sales starting May 2nd.  Check out the dates below.

Blink-182/All American Rejects/All Time Low Summer Tour
July 22 – Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA – Buy Tickets
July 23 – The Joint – Las Vegas, NV – Buy Tickets
July 26 – Don Haskins Center – El Paso, TX – Buy Tickets
July 28 – Chesapeake Energy Arena – Oklahoma City, OK – Buy Tickets
July 29 – Gexa Energy Pavilion – Dallas, TX – Buy Tickets
July 30 – AT&T Center – San Antonio, TX – Buy Tickets
July 31 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX – Buy Tickets
Aug. 2 – Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood – Atlanta, GA – Buy Tickets
Aug. 3 – Bon Secours Arena – Greenville, SC – Buy Tickets
Aug. 5 – Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre – West Palm Beach, FL – Buy Tickets
Aug. 6 – Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre – Tampa, FL – Buy Tickets
Aug. 8 – Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN – Buy Tickets
Aug. 9 – Blossom Music Center – Cleveland, OH – Buy Tickets
Aug. 10 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, OH – Buy Tickets
Aug. 12 – BB&T Pavilion – Camden, NJ – Buy Tickets
Aug. 13 – Nikon at Jones Beach – Wantagh, NY – Buy Tickets
Aug. 14 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ – Buy Tickets
Aug. 16 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater – Virginia Beach, VA – Buy Tickets
Aug. 19 – Xfinity Center – Boston, MA  – Buy Tickets
Aug. 21 – Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – Toronto, ON – Buy Tickets
Aug. 23 – Lakeview Amphitheatre – Syracuse, NY – Buy Tickets
Aug. 24 – Darien Lake Performing Arts Center – Buffalo, NY – Buy Tickets
Aug. 25 – The Pavilion at Montage Mountain – Scranton, PA – Buy Tickets
Aug. 27 – Hershey Park Pavilion – Hershey, PA – Buy Tickets
Aug. 28 – First Niagara Pavilion – Pittsburgh, PA – Buy Tickets
Aug. 30 – DTE Energy Music Theater – Detroit, MI – Buy Tickets
Sept. 2 – Xfinity Theater – Hartford, CT – Buy Tickets
Sept. 3 – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion – Bangor, ME – Buy Tickets
Sept. 4 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga, NY – Buy Tickets
Sept. 8 – Xcel Energy Center – Minneapolis, MN – Buy Tickets
Sept. 9 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – Chicago, IL – Buy Tickets
Sept. 10 – Klipsch Music Center – Indianapolis, IN – Buy Tickets
Sept. 11 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – St Louis, MO – Buy Tickets
Sept. 13 – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO – Buy Tickets
Sept. 15 – Taco Bell Arena – Boise, ID – Buy Tickets
Sept. 16 – Spokane Arena – Spokane, WA – Buy Tickets
Sept. 17 – Key Arena – Seattle, WA – Buy Tickets
Sept. 18 – Abbotsford Centre – Vancouver, BC – Buy Tickets
Sept. 20 – Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Portland, OR – Buy Tickets
Sept. 22 – Usana Amphitheatre – Salt Lake City, UT – Buy Tickets
Sept. 24 – Ak-Chin Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ – Buy Tickets
Sept. 25 – Isleta Amphitheater – Albuquerque, NM – Buy Tickets
Sept. 28 – Shoreline Amphitheater – San Francisco, CA – Buy Tickets
Sept. 29 – Meadows Amphitheater – Irvine, CA – Buy Tickets
Oct. 1 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA – Buy Tickets


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The Friday Five: Influential Pop Punk Bands

With the release of 5 Seconds Of Summer’s debut album in the US, we’ve had a whole lot of pop punk on heavy rotation in the Fangirls office.  Drums that pack a punch, whining guitars in the solo and breakdown, vocals that are hardly polished, and lyrics that you cling to when your parents say you can’t dye your one sided buzz cut leopard print. They just don’t understand you!  But these classic pop punk bands sure do.  One of us was part of the main target audience for this golden era of pop punk (or “mall rock” as some like to classify it) and it’s a genre that still heavily influences musicians all around the world whether they admit it or realize it.  Without further adieu, we bring you this week’s Friday Five: Influential Pop Punk Bands

Good Charlotte – “Girls & Boys”
Hailing from Maryland, Good Charlotte were the darlings of TRL for a short period.  They brought pop punk to the masses and are generally written off for being “too mainstream” but they were just plain good at writing catchy songs.  The hand claps are still one of our favorite parts of this song.

Blink-182 – “What’s My Age Again?”
No matter where your music genre loyalties lie, we’re pretty certain that you can still sing the words to this without them in front of you.  And it’s probably a safe bet that this video is the reason your parents outlawed MTV in your house.  Blink-182 confirmed that they are working on a new album while Mark Hoppus tends to his personal farm in London (we don’t understand it either – he’s too pop punk for us.) What’s his age again?

Sugarcult – “Memory”
Aahhh! Melodic pop punk at it’s finest. Sugarcult have made it onto our list of “albums we probably couldn’t live without” and this song was the reason we picked up the album in the first place.  If only pop punk could sound like this again…we’d be in 7th heaven!

Green Day – “Basket Case”
If you’re not familiar with Green Day, where have you been for the last 25 years?! They don’t quite appeal to the parents and their fans are still OK with it.  Green Day made arguably some of the most timeless pop punk albums that bands still try to emulate to this day!

American Hi-Fi – “The Art Of Losing”
Some fans may remember this song being in the Lindsay Lohan remake of “Freaky Friday” but pop punk enthusiasts will argue this song was really influential in the genre.  The drumsticks rapping on the edge of the kit make this song stand out and if you’re playing “Guess This Song” – it shouldn’t be too difficult to recognize this one classic right off the bat!  “The Art Of Losing” has the elements that make a great pop punk song – gang vocals in the chorus, lyrics about not fitting in, and the guitars really chugging along punch this song into overdrive.

Throwback Thursday: Iconic Late 90s Videos

There is no denying that the 90s are back in a big way this year.  We’ve seen more flannel shirts, Doc Martens, crop tops and floral platform sneakers than we have in years.  We are 90s girls, so the music of this time period will always hold a special place in our hearts, especially the videos we remember watching and calling in to vote for on TRL.  Remember when MTV played music?

Check out our list of the most iconic videos of the late 90s .. Who would you vote for on TRL today?

1.  All the Small Things – Blink 182

2.  I Want it That Way – Backstreet Boys

3. Oops I Did it Again – Britney Spears

4. Give it To You – Jordan Knight

5. Heartbreaker – Mariah Carey feat. Jay Z

6. Bye Bye Bye – *NSYNC

7. The Boy is Mine – Brandy & Monica

8.  The Real Slim Shady – Eminem

9. Because of You  – 98 Degrees

10. Bawitdaba – Kid Rock