Panic! At The Disco has announced a new live album All My Friends We’re Glorious to be released on December 15th.
The 21-track LP will document Panic’s 2016 Death of A Bachelor tour.
Panic! At the Disco – All My Friends We’re Glorious Track List
1. “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time”
2. “LA Devotee”
3. “Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)”
4. “Golden Days”
5. “Vegas Lights”
6. “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out Medley”
8. “Nine In The Afternoon”
9. “Miss Jackson”
10. “This Is Gospel”
11. “Death Of A Bachelor”
12. “The Ballad Of Mona Lisa”
13. “Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)”
14. “Emperor’s New Clothes”
16. “Crazy = Genius”
17. “Let’s Kill Tonight”
19. “Bohemian Rhapsody”
20. “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”
According to a survey, people in their 50s and over tend to like classic Christmas movies, like “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Miracle on 34th Street” . . . while younger adults like a mix that includes everything from “The Grinch” to “Elf”.
If you tell me your age, I might be able to guess your favorite Christmas movies. Not because I’m particularly smart or anything. I mean, come on . . . I work in radio.
But a company called Christmas Lights Etc. did a survey on people’s favorites, and they broke them down into age groups.
And it turns out the older folks are more into the classics, which isn’t surprising. But younger adults seem to enjoy a mix of old and new. Although the newest movie anyone named was “Elf” from 2003. Here’s the breakdown:
1. “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947)
2. “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946)
3. “White Christmas” (1954)
50 to 59:
1. “It’s a Wonderful Life”
2. “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (1966)
3. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” (1965)
40 to 49:
1. “A Christmas Story” (1983)
2. “A Charlie Brown Christmas”
3. “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (1989)
30 to 39:
1. “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”
2. “Home Alone” (1990)
3. “Elf” (2003)
30 and under:
1. “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”
2. “A Christmas Story”
3. “Home Alone”
Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman announced via Twitter today that Vans Warped Tour will do it’s last run across North America in 2018 before ending for good.
— Vans Warped Tour (@VansWarpedTour) November 15, 2017
Lyman spoke with Billboard who reports that “an evolving summer festival industry, a shrinking pool of bands, and declining ticket sales amongst its teenage demographic” all contributed to the decision.
Stone Temple Pilots have officially named one-time X Factor contestant Jeff Gutt as their new singer. Gutt was a contest on season three, auditioned for STP in September 2016 and was officially hired in May 2017.
They have also released a brand new single “Meadow” being the band’s first release since Gutt joined the band. Listen here:
Stone Temple Pilots continued on after the passing of Scott Weiland in 2014 with Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington.
Bright and early Tuesday morning, Muse streamed their entire show live from Japan. The show started at 7pm in Japan, so for us here in Colorado, that meant a 3am start time on Facebook live.
The whole performance is still up so you can catch it now:
30 Seconds To Mars’ newest single “Walk on Water” finally got an official video release this morning. Watch:
This Thanksgiving, CollegeAmerica right here in Colorado Springs is teaming up with RXP to make sure there’s a turkey on every table! The 2017 “We Do it For YOU, Colorado Springs” campaign is underway, and now is your chance to help families in need have a happy and full Thanksgiving. Just nominate a family in need now and RXP and College America will complete Thanksgiving meals to local families. You can also donate food at College America to help create these meals with all leftover food going to Care & Share. Get more details now or visit CollegeAmerica.edu/Colorado Springs for more information.
Thursdays aren’t just for throwbacks; here at RXP they’re also for tickets! With Ticket Window Thursday, we give away tickets to some of the best shows coming! Did you miss it last week when we gave away tickets to Tori Amos? Or the week before with Fall Out Boy?
***THIS WEEK FOR THE HOLIDAYS, IT’S TICKET WINDOW WEDNESDAY!***
Don’t worry, this week we’ve got your chance to win tickets to see The Revivalists 12. 1 at the Filllmore!
Just be listening during the 8a, 11a, 2p, and 6p hours for the Ticket Window to open up and be caller #5 at 219-7625 to win.
Franz Ferdinand are back with new music after releasing their newest single “Always Ascending.” Their new album of the same name will be released in February of 2018.
A homeowner in Virginia known for his extravagant light shows around the holidays has created a Halloween light show set to Portugal. The Man’s “Feel It Still.” Watch:
Bleachers just released a new music video for their next single “I Miss Those Days” featuring tons of footage from their 2017 Gone Now Tour. Watch:
MGMT has released a brand new song called “Little Dark Age”, the title track from their forthcoming album.
This is MGMT’s first new music since 2013.
Cate sat down with Jack Antonoff of Bleachers to discuss their newest album Gone Now before their show at The Ogden on October 6. Watch:
Every weekday at 5:00, get home easily with the All-Request Drive at 5. The entire hour is all-request, commercial free for the ride home.
First at 5
Each weekday, we play one request for the First at 5, which is the first song of the 5:00 hour, and our First at 5 winner scores a prize.
First at 5 Prize 10.30-11.3
Tickets to see Trevor Hall at The Black Sheep November 3
Call the studio at 219-7625 or submit your requests below.
Bleachers performed “Don’t Take The Money” live on Ellen on 9/26. They will be at The Ogden on October 6, so get tickets here.
Keith from Atlas Genius called into RXP to talk about the show at the Black Sheep on 9/30, their new song “63 Days” and the show they did at the Royal Gorge on 9/9 with the Dirty Heads.
Get tickets their show at The Black Sheep on 9/30 here.
Portugal. The Man has seen massive success with their latest hit “Feel It Still.” Here they are on a rooftop in London performing the song acoustic, giving a new spin to the song:
A few of us here at RXP got the chance to tour Sinister Haunted House & Hellscream Haunts before their opening this weekend and decided to document our experience.
Warning: There is lots of screaming.
Get tickets to Sinister Haunted House and Hellscream Haunts here.
Atlas Genius performed their newest song “63 Days” on Conan Wednesday night. They will be at The Black Sheep on Saturday, September 30, so get your tickets here.
Foo Fighters appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to do their round of Carpool Karaoke Wednesday night. They drove around LA jamming out to their songs, then finished off by stopping in a record store to do a quick performance to a lucky few. Watch:
If you missed alt-J’s show in August at Red Rocks, they’ve released a video of “Fitzpleasure” from that night. The video is a 360 video which allows you to turn the camera 360 degrees throughout the video to see every angle. Check it out:
Foo Fighters’ new album Concrete & Gold is out today, and Dave Grohl tells the whole story of the making of the album in hilarious animation. Watch:
Mark Hoppus released a new song called “”Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven” as part of the album Dog Songs, where all proceeds go to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), specifically to help dogs who were affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Another fun fact, the song Mark Hoppus contributed is about Dinky, the dog from the movie, Vacation. Listen:
And here’s the scene the song is referencing.
Check out this recap video Young The Giant made from their show at Red Rocks on August 15 with Cold War Kids and Joywave.
The 2017 MTV VMAs were Sunday night, and ceremony included performances from Thirty Seconds To Mars, Bleachers, Lorde and more. Check out some of the performance below:
Thirty Seconds To Mars- “Walk On Water”
Jared Leto pays tribute to Chester Bennington:
Lorde- “Homemade Dynamite”
Bleachers- “Don’t Take The Money” (VMA Pre-Show)
Over a year after “Wow” came out, we finally have more details about Beck’s new album. His new album Colors will be out on 10/13, and along with the tracklist, he’s also released another new song “Dear Life.”
02 “7th Heaven”
03 “I’m So Free”
04 “Dear Life”
05 “No Distraction”
08 “Up All Night”
09 “Square One”
10 “Fix Me”
In a new video released just a few days before Villains, the new album from Queens of the Stone Age comes out, Josh Homme does the voices for all of QOTSA’s old albums in a focus group for the new album.
Villains is out this Friday.
BONUS: Here’s a blooper.
Foo Fighters released another new song called “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” from their upcoming album Concrete and Gold, which is due out September 15. Take a listen:
Jerry Seinfeld has a new comedy special coming to Netflix September 19 called Jerry Before Seinfeld.
In a series of videos posted to Instagram, the special looks like a return to early club days similar to those that helped launch Jerry Seinfeld into the comedy world. The special will also be complete with footage from his childhood, and a look at his legal pads where he’s written every joke since the 70s. Below are teaser videos Netflix has released on Instagram.
30 Seconds To Mars released their brand new song “Walk On Water” Tuesday.
The description of the lyric video reads:
“Everything you are about to see we filmed on a single day in the United States of America. July 4th, 2017.
Over 10,000 people submitted footage of a single day including 92 of our professional crews. They filmed across the country in all fifty states plus Puerto Rico and D.C. and captured a portrait of this country that is absolutely beautiful, challenging and unforgettable.
A very small selection of that footage you see here. The rest will be part of a documentary film (directed by Jared Leto) that is a companion piece to our brand new album.
The album. The film. The tour.
Thirty Seconds To Mars.”
30 Seconds To Mars will be at Red Rocks with Muse on September 18. Details here.