PHOTOS: Fly Away Hero’s Got Style In These Awesome Behind The Scenes Polaroid Shots!

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Fly Away Hero — consisting of band members Dalton Rapattoni (vocals/guitar), Hunter Lucas (guitar), Hunter Knoche (drums) and Cat (bass) — are an upcoming rock band that finally set their wings down in L.A. for the first time ever. The group happily engaged in their first photo shoot in L.A. as well with amazing behind the scenes polaroid shots taken by Michael Freeby.

Fly Away Hero latest EP Lost and Found can currently be found on iTunes and are set to perform at Spring Freaks at the House of Blues in Anaheim on March 22nd, alongside Drake Bell!

You can keep up to date with Fly Away Hero by following them on Twitter and checking out their official website!

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Debby Ryan Is Updating Her Fans From Her Studio About Her Tour!

Jennifer Garner at The  5th Annual Thirst Gala in LADebby Ryan from Disney Channel’s Jessie recently let her fans know that she is heading out on tour with her band ‘The Never Ending‘! And now we know that the musical group is working on new music before heading out on the road!

A Very Happy Birthday To Graham Sierota!

ede710273599c80edd67d582df5016e3Teeninfonet would like to wish a very Happy Birthday to Graham Sierota drummer of the band Echosmith! If you would like to send birthday wishes to Mr. Sierota head on over to his Twitter!

Harry Styles Arrives At Lax! Photos Here!

 

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Harry Styles a bandmate of the group One Direction was seen arriving in Lax airport in Los Angeles, California on February 5th.

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5 Seconds Of Summer Arrives At LAX! Pics Here!

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The boy band 5 Seconds of Summer arrived at the LAX airport today January 30th in Los Angeles, CA. And was seen taking photos with some of their fans after they landed.

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Joe Jonas Has Lunch At King’s Road Cafe! Pics Here!

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Singer Joe Jonas is seen leaving King’s Road Cafe after enjoying lunch on January 28th in West Hollywood, California. Joe, who is sporting a much shaggier look these days, is reportedly dating someone new after recently breaking up with longtime girlfriend Blanda Eggenschwiler.

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We Want To Wish A Happy Birthday To Calum Hood!

B8NnHZ3IgAAPXv4.jpg largeTeeninfonet would like to wish The Bandmate of 5SOS Calum Hood a very Happy Birthday! If you would like to send Mr. Hood some birthday wishes head over to his twitter page!

TI Exclusive: Indie-Rock Band Kids on New Single & Upcoming Album!

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New music is constantly coming out.  New pop stars emerge, new rock bands with a metal edge, new boy bands, new indie bands, new solo artists; one has to wonder, where do they find an original sound?!  Well, the band, Kids, has done just that.  The indie-rock band, straight out of the South of Florida.
This December, Kids debuted their first single, “Love’s Song.”  Now, guitarist Josiah Sampson, Bassist/Vocalist Joshua Diaz, Drummer Matthew Barrios and Guitarist Christian Gonzalez, are looking forward to their album debut set for January 27!
TI has the low down on everything about their first single to their favorite tracks on Rich Coast!
Where did the inspiration for “Love’s Song” come from?
The writing of “Love’s Song” was inspired by the revelation that love is work. I found myself at the end of a relationship with someone, asking myself what went wrong. And it was obvious that the relationship was far “one-sided”. I came to the realization that I was the one that did all the work. I loved doing the work. But by not letting her do any, I was letting myself fall more in love with the relationship than she was. Because you love what you work for. If both people aren’t doing that, then it’s doomed to an end where someone is uninterested. Also just so happens, this girl’s last name was Love. So it’s an extra literal meaning in the writing.
How would you describe the meaning behind “Love’s Song”?
“Love’s Song” is written as an analogy.  If you had two men who always wanted to be farmers, and you give one of them a piece  of land that was producing crops already and all he had to do was harvest; and you give the other man a barren wasteland that he had to build the crops himself, poor his blood, sweat and tears into to produce crops; in the end who would love his farm more?… The man that had to work.
What is your goal concerning your music?  What do you hope people will get from listening to you? 
There’s such a beauty that comes with adolescence. We lose much of that as we get older, but we don’t have to. Just because we deal with more adult situations when we get older, doesn’t mean we can’t approach them with the same reckless abandon we would have as a child. Everything about a persons soul matures and evolves as he or she ages; imagine if also, our dreams and playfulness matured and evolved too. Life should be an adventure. Kids, is our artistic expression and documentation of many of those adventures. Love, inspiration, fear, aspirations, tragedy, betrayal; the chase for these things, the disappointments, the rewards…. The unknown. Of course were also humbled as people are inspired by this concept, and moved to play along with us.
Who/Which bands were an influence on you guys wanting to be an Indie-Rock band? 
We each have a number of different music that inspires us, however I don’t know how much they actually have an influence on our writing. For instance, I myself listen to Louie Armstrong, Blind Willie McTell, and Johnny Cash everyday. And the rest of the band is a melting pot of Tears For Fears, the Smiths, The killers, Mute Math, or even various K-POP artists. Were all over the map. So I don’t believe any of these influence our music directly. We enjoy them. But our biggest musical inspiration is ourselves. I’m not a fan of the phrase “Art inspires art.” I think copycats like that phrase. But I believe true artists are inspired by life.  As a musician, your art should sound like what you’ve seen or experienced, not like what you’ve heard.
Art is just our language. For instance, I didn’t grow up in England or Australia, so I don’t have an accent from there. Sometimes I wish I did… Cause it’s cool. But if I fake one, then I’m a fake… And people catch on to that. So Why would I do that with my music? We sound like us.
What was the best part of recording and getting ready to release the LP, “Rich Coast?”
Rich Coast is one of the first products we’ve made that had a certain goal and intent from the start. We wanted the entire record to sound like authentic feelings we had while doing things that made us feel alive.  To write this record, we set out on an adventure. We took time off of our jobs to hike and camp the Appalachian Trail, and follow up our adventures there in a log cabin in Chattanooga TN, where we converted the entire living room into a writing studio. We played old spaghetti westerns and Kung fu movies on silent (films we watched a a kid) as we documented musically, the feelings of the adventures we just had, paired with lyrics inspired over the last few years of our lives.
So my favorite part of the writing process, was literally walking what felt like an endless trail in the GA wilderness, humming melodies in my head of what the soundtrack of these sights and feelings would be.
Why is the album titled “Rich Coast?” 
The past few years for me have been a flood of feelings and perseverance. And many of them due to a chapter in my life that was directed toward investing in a life with someone in Costa Rica (literal translation, “Rich Coast”). A time investment that failed to say the least. But failure is one of the biggest adventures of all. Because you get to see what you’re made of, If/how you get back up, and who/what you put hope in next…. Chasing something again.
Don’t get me wrong, Rich Coast is NOT an album about Costa Rica lol. But it is a documentation of many of the feelings, experiences, and adventures that accompany endeavors that came with that time.. sentiments that EVERYONE experiences: Learning how to hope, loosing hope, then hoping again
What is your favorite track from “Rich Coast?” 
Personally, the track that resonates with me the most is “Sunshine”. It wasn’t even supposed to be on the record originally. It was unfinished as of two weeks before entering the recording studio. It was a 2-verse, unfinished nugget about hope.
One day, I was riding in the car with my mother. She had always been hard of hearing. But it was getting worse. And my mother doesn’t complain about ANYTHING! But she started to say that she was scared. She is losing her hearing rapidly, and she feared that she wouldn’t be able to hear her grandchildren speak to her anymore; or that she wouldn’t know what the song sounded like that “made it for me”.
This situation moved me. I went home, and revisited this unfinished song and wrote the final verse of “Sunshine”; as well as the last line of each verse. See, my mother always called me “sunshine”, that was her nickname for me. But… shes always been the one to light MY way. I told the guys that this song had to be on this record, so that my mother could hear it while she still had her hearing. And that I would play it for her every time she watched me; so that even if she couldn’t hear it one day, she could watch, and hear it from memory.

We Want To Wish A Happy Birthday to Hayley Williams!

B54Q-K5IUAADf-YTeeninfonet would like to wish a very Happy Birthday to Hayley Williams. lead singer of the band Paramore. If you would like to send your birthday wishes to Ms. Hayley go to her Twitter page!

 

 

Check Out Before You Exit Backstage At Jingle Ball 2014! Pics Here!

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Before You Exit attended the Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on December 12, 2014.

More great pics of the guys are below!

Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit attends Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City. Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit attends Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City. (L-R) Riley McDonough, Toby McDonough, and Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit attend Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City. (L-R) Riley McDonough, Toby McDonough, and Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit attend Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City. (L-R) Riley McDonough, Toby McDonough, and Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit attend Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City. (L-R) Riley McDonough, Toby McDonough, and Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit pose with a fan at Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City. (L-R) Riley McDonough, Toby McDonough, and Connor McDonough of the band Before You Exit pose with a fan at Z100 & Coca-Cola All Access Lounge at Z100’s Jingle Ball 2014 pre-show at Hammerstein Ballroom on December 12, 2014 in New York City.

 

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