Fall Out Boy have revealed their upcoming 'MANIA' tour will see $1 of every ticket sale being donated to charities in their hometown of Chicago, Illinois.
Fall Out Boy are striving to give back to their hometown of Chicago with a charity campaign for their upcoming tour.
The 'Sugar We're Going Down' rockers finally released their new album 'MANIA' on Friday (19.01.18) after admitting they were delaying the record late last year when the band were left dissatisfied with the songs they'd laid down.
Now, the LP has been unveiled along with a tour of North America, and the band - made up of Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley - have confirmed they will be making a donation to local charities via their own Fall Out Boy Fund for every ticket sold.
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Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz has confirmed the band will be playing songs from their new album 'Mania' on their upcoming US tour, despite delaying the record's release
Fall Out Boy will still perform songs from new album 'Mania' on tour - despite delaying the record's release until 2018.
The 'Centuries' rock band - made up of Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley - postponed their highly anticipated follow-up to 2015's 'American Beauty/American Psycho' because they weren't convinced it was the best it could be.
Bassist Pete told Billboard magazine: ''It's one of those things where we made the decision to push it back on our own. I think it would be different if it was a decision that was not in our hands, so then we'd feel like we had to make certain changes.
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Pete Wentz takes his family (Meagan Camper, Bronx Mowgli Went and Saint Lazslo Wentz) to see Santa Claus at The Grove - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 23rd December 2016
Pete Wentz and Andrew Hurley at the World premiere of 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' held at Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 10th December 2016
Pete Wentz wears his Cubs ball cap whilst out and about in Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 16th November 2016
Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz seen attending the premiere of Disney's 'Moana,' during AFI FEST 2016 presented by Audi, held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 14th November 2016
Pete Wentz seen posing alone and with Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy at the Los Angeles premiere of 'Ghostbusters' held at the TCL Chinese Theater IMAX. The band recorded a cover version of Ray Parker's Jr.'s 'Ghostbusters (I'm Not Afraid)' with Missy Elliott for the new movie. California, United States - Saturday 9th July 2016
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross took to Instagram earlier this week to share the first picture of their baby daughter, Jagger Snow.
Ashlee Simpson has shared the first picture of her daughter, Jagger Snow, with her 220k followers on Instagram. The photo was posted on Thursday (24th September) and it’s absolutely adorable.
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross at the L.A. screening of Just Before I Go in April 2015.
Demi Lovato and 11 of her celebrity friends have revealed the track list for her upcoming album, ‘Confident’.
Demi Lovato revealed her upcoming album’s track list on Twitter on Wednesday (26th August). Lovato called on a number of her celebrity friends to help her reveal the tracks and, in addition to Lovato’s original tweet, another 12 well-known faces each tweeted the name of a track.
Demi Lovato at a Samsung Galaxy event in Los Angeles in August 2015.
The 35 year-old musician and his longtime girlfriend named their newborn son, Saint Lazslo.
Pete Wentz, who is the bass guitarist in US rock band Fall Out Boy, has become a father for a second time. The 35 year-old musician and his model girlfriend, Meagan Camper, welcomed their first child together on Wednesday (Aug 20th).
Pete Wentz is now a father of two sons
Wentz and Camper are now parents to a baby boy named Saint Lazslo, who was born in Los Angeles, and their rep confirmed to People, "Mom and baby are happy and healthy, they are thrilled at the addition to the family and Bronx is over the moon to be a big brother."
After US pop-punks The Story So Far brawled with heavy-handed security, we take a look at other acts who have clashed with famous acts.
Crowd surfing and moshing are two activities that are part and parcel of punk shows worldwide, but it seems one security guard at the Montreal leg of this year’s Warped Tour didn’t get the memo. Footage has emerged of a security guard throwing a crowd member to the ground after apparently crowd surfing over the barrier. The incident took place during the song “Daughter” by the increasingly popular US pop-punk band The Story So Far, sparking a brief brawl in which the band’s frontman Parker Cannon leapt off the stage and exchanged a flurry of blows with the over-zealous security guard before being subdued by security staff.
After the situation was diffused, Parker returned to the stage to conclude the band’s set. Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman has launched an investigation into the incident and announced via Twitter that a tape of the melee has been sent to the security company involved for their consideration. But this is far from the first time security members have abused their powers on innocent concert-goers and such incidents continue to occur, even as professional security companies receive training for roles that were once held by trigger-happy amateur brutes and Hells Angel members. Here is a few of the most high-profile examples of security dishing out hugely irrational responses and eschewing their primary role- to keep people safe.
The Altamont Incident & The Rolling Stones
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Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz was among arrivals at the very first Annual Trailblazers event from LOGO TV, held at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. Wentz was at the event to introduce LGBT rights activist John Abdallah Wambere from Uganda, who was subsequently named International Trailblazer.
Pete Wentz relaunches Decaydance Records as DCD2 Records. Can it have the same impact that Decaydance did?
Decaydance Records was once the home to some of the hottest up and coming bands in the game. Formed by Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz in 2005, the label became an imprint to Fueled By Ramen Records where it held a roster featuring the likes of Panic! At The Disco, Gym Class Heroes, and Cassadee Pope’s first band, Hey Monday. As the label signed others and let some go, it began to fade into irrelevance around the same time that Fall Out Boy announced their hiatus in 2010. However, with Fall Out Boy doing things better than ever, it’s only right that Wentz attempts to do his label better than ever, too: he’s going to be relaunching Decaydance Records under the new name DCD2 Records.
Pete Wentz relaunces Decaydance Records as DCD2 Records
"I'm saying it's an 'expansion' of what Decaydance was," Wentz told Rolling Stone. “We've always tried to do what Jay Z did with Roc-A-Fella, so maybe this is our RocNation. It's going to be home to some of the past Decaydance artists who are still making music, plus a couple of new artists that represent the next logical step forward." Those past Decaydance artists include Panic! at the Disco, Cobra Starship, and Gym Class Heroes, as well as new comers Lolo and New Politics. Both can be found on Fall Out Boy’s upcoming tour with Paramore this summer.
Fall Out Boy celebrate their newest addition, after their guitarist Joe Trohman, has his first child; a daughter named Ruby.
Joe Trohman, the guitarist for world renowned rock band Fall Out Boy, has become a father for the first time. Trohman and his wife, Marie Wortman Goble, have been married since 2011, and welcomed their daughter, Ruby, into the world on 25th April, 2014.
Without wanting to let this happiness and joy go unnoticed by fans, the band have released a picture on their official Twitter page, showing Trohman cradling the brand new bundle of joy, with a caption stating: "Just added a new member to the crew welcome Ruby @trohman #falloutbaby."
The news comes in a year of good news for the band, following a recent announcement from bassist Pete Wentz, when he confirmed that his girlfriend Meagan Camper is pregnant, and he is set to become a father for the second time in February, 2014.
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Pete Wentz will become a father of two after he publically announced that his model girlfriend Meagan Camper is pregnant with their first child together.
Pete Wentz, who is the bass guitarist in US rock band Fall Out Boy, is going to become a father for a second time.
The 34 year-old and his model girlfriend, Meagan Camper, are expecting their first child together.
Wentz made the announcement himself via his Instagram account on Monday (Feb 17th).
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5th June, 1979