FMX Big Purple Party
The FMX Big Purple Party rocked Memorial Day weekend. If you missed it, or if you were there and drank a few holes in your memory, check out the kickass time we had below:
Which Bands Would You Like to See at the FMX Birthday Bash & Big Purple Party? [POLL]
Planning is underway for both The FMX Birthday Bash and The FMX Big Purple Party. Why not let the promoters know who you really want to see? Who knows, it may influence who will actually come to town, if not for these events then maybe for some future events.
You Won’t Believe What Band Was Almost Part of the FMX Big Purple Party
I don't know why this struck me the other day. I guess I had just played a song by the band or something. Anyways, especially around festival season you get many different possible lineups. The band in question in this blog was the very first we began talking to, but their tour ended up going a different way.
We Are Harlot’s Danny Worsnop: Everything Is Very Spur of the Moment
At the Big Purple Party, my bro Danny Worsnop took some time to talk with me about We Are Harlot and what fans can expect when they see We Are Harlot live.
Jacoby Shaddix: ‘Pour a Round for the Boys, It’s Been a Great Run’ [Interview]
At this year's Big Purple Party, Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix took some time to talk with me about performing with a female on stage for the first time, along with referring to We Are Harlot as the gift that keeps on giving and what performing live means to Papa Roach.
Maria Brink in a Bath Robe Talks About New Single ‘Sex Metal Barbie,’ Being the ‘Go-To’ Female Vocalist
I caught Maria between In The Moment's performance at the Big Purple Party and her jumping up on stage with Papa Roach for the duet of "Gravity." She was an absolute sweetheart. Yes guys, she was between costume changes, in a bathrobe and it was THE BEST THING EVER!
Phil Labonte of All That Remains on Playing in Bad Weather [VIDEO]
I had the most amazing conversation with Phil Labonte on his band All That Remains backstage at the Big Purple Party. I am fascinated by the band's incredible use of acoustic and electric guitars and their ability to embrace both the soft and the heavy, the light and the dark.