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10 things you need to know about CATE

  1. Top 5 favorite shows?
    1. Muse/Passion Pit- OKC October 2010
    2. Chevelle- I’ve seen them a thousand times, but my favorite was March 2011 in Wichita, KS when Middle Class Rut opened for them
    3. The Decemberists/Spoon- Red Rocks May 2015
    4. Twenty One Pilots- Red Rocks July 2016
    5. Tool- Pepsi Center November 2016
  2. What is your favorite family vacation? New York City, summer of 2011. We saw “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway which was one of the greatest & funniest 2.5 hours of my life.
  3. What makes you laugh the most? Other people’s contagious laughter and people falling on ice.
  4. What is your favorite game or sport to watch? Soccer. I’m working on becoming what some would call a “hooligan.”
  5. Who would you want to play you in a movie of your life? Aubrey Plaza. I want to be her best friend.
  6. What’s your favorite family tradition? Watching Die Hard on Christmas Eve while drinking wine.
  7. What’s your favorite movie? The Big Lebowski.
  8. What was your first job? A housekeeper in a bed and breakfast in high school. I obviously didn’t translate those cleaning skills beyond high school.
  9. What is one thing you will never do again? Party all night on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, and then get on a boat early the next morning. P.S. I might do that again. While painful, it was a ton of fun.
  10. If you could join any past or current music group which would you want to join? The Decemberists, because if I could just hang with Colin Meloy all day, that would be neat.

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A Reporter Created His Own March Madness Highlights Using Legos

A reporter for a Fox affiliate in Nashville wasn’t allowed to use March Madness highlights the other day. So he created his OWN highlights with Lego superheroes, an action figure, and a rubber duck. No highlights? No problem. A post shared by Eric Alvarez (@tvsericalvarez) on Mar 26, 2017 at 10:48am PDT


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The Revivalists pay tribute to Chuck Berry

Legendary rock n’ roller Chuck Berry passed away at 90s years old over the weekend, so The Revivalists decided to pay tribute to him by playing “Johnny B. Goode” in Chicago on Saturday night. Watch:


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Blink 182 announce deluxe edition of “California”, release new song

Blink 182 will release a deluxe edition of their latest album California which came out last summer. With the deluxe version, they have also released a new song called “Parking Lot.” Listen:

Weezer release new song “Feels Like Summer”

Weezer will release their yet-to-be-titled eleventh studio album this year, and have released their first song from that album called “Feels Like Summer”.  Listen: 

At The Drive-In debut new music live

At The Drive-In performed brand new songs live Tuesday (March 14) in Dallas.  The band split up in 2001, but reunited in 2012 and will release their first new album since 2000 on May 5. 

Judah & The Lion performed on “Take It All Back” on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Judah & The Lion stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden Tuesday night to perform “Take It All Back”. They will be at The Ogden Theater on April 11.

The Shins perform “Name For You” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

The Shins released their new album Heartworms last Friday, and paid a visit Monday night to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform “Name For You.”

Lorde performed her new song “Green Light” on SNL over the weekend

Lorde’s new album Melodrama will be out this summer, and over the weekend, she performed two new songs on Saturday Night Live, including her new single “Green Light.”



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