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Day in Rock Report for 04/15/2024

Dance Gavin Dance took to social media to share the news that they have parted ways with frontman Tilian Pearson after being unable to reconcile undisclosed "situations internally".

The band stated, "Dance Gavin Dance has always attempted to reconcile situations internally. But, after much consideration, we have as a collective decided to say farewell to our long time member and friend, Tilian. We wish him luck, along with our support and respect for his future endeavors in music and life. (continue)

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Prong recognize the trials of tax day by sharing a video for their version of the Rush classic "Working Man (Regular Version)." The track appears as a shorter version on their latest album 'State of Emergency' available on Steamhammer/SPV now.

Commenting on Prong's version of "Working Man (Regular Version)," main man Tommy Victor had this to say: "Rush had the big riffs and that's something Prong always wants as well. (continue)

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Nothing More have unveiled a music video for their new track "House On Sand" featuring I Prevail vocalist Eric Vanlerberghe. The video features a cinematic AI landscape intro, created by artist Taylor Gahm, followed by action-packed performance footage of Nothing More and Eric V.

"Sometimes you lose sight of your purpose in life and wander off of the path you were on," says frontman Jonny Hawkins on "House On Sand". "Years later you find yourself in a life that does not match the vision you once had for yourself. Trapped, you are left with a choice...betray your inner voice, or trust it; continue on and play it safe, or turn back and start again... I'm starting again." (continue)

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Fred again.. has announced the release of USB001 - the first volume of his infinite album project, now available as a limited vinyl drop direct from Fred's store..

USB001 is an infinite, ever-evolving album that includes recent releases "Baby Again," "Rumble" w/ Skrillex & Flowdan, "Jungle," "leavemealone" w/ Baby Keem and "stayinit" w/ Lil Yachty, plus remixes featuring HAAi, Rico Nasty and Nia Archives. (continue)

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Emo Orchestra's spring 2024 tour featuring Escape the Fate will be kicking off it's nationwide run this week in Cincinnati. Created by Ben and Kristen Mench-Thurlow, Emo Orchestra offers a one of a kind live experience bringing the emo hits of your youth back to the stage, with a touch of adult elegance. The tour follows the success of their inaugural run with Hawthorne Heights last year.

Pairing the rock band's live performance with a full orchestra arrangement, the nostalgic show will be coming to a city by you. Made for emo lovers and orchestra aficionados alike, Emo Orchestra was designed to appeal to the genre's growing audience, from newer to OG fans alike, while keeping the root of the genre authentic and empowered. The occasion offers an amplified sensory experience in a way that has never been seen before, creating new memories for even the most seasoned concert goers. (continue)

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(hennemusic) Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood rocked the Faces classic, "Stay With Me", during a surprise guest appearance with The Black Crowes in Los Angeles, CA on April 12, and the band is sharing video from the event.

The Black Crowes welcomed the legendary rocker to the stage just a few songs into its set at The Greek Theatre, with Chris Robinson telling the crowd, "He doesn't need an introduction, but he's going to get one: Mr. Ronnie Wood, everybody." (continue)

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The 35th anniversary of Tom Petty's "Full Moon Fever" album is being celebrated by the syndicated radio show In The Studio With Redbeard: The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands.

Redbeard shared this synopsis for the episode: Revisiting the numbers and accolades generated by Tom Petty's first solo album Full Moon Fever, released in April 1989, it would be easy to assume Petty's long career just prior to Full Moon Fever to be similar: two Top Ten hits "I Won't Back Down" and "Free Fallin' "; #3 seller on Billboard's album sales chart (UK #8); over five million copies sold just domestically; and now ranked on Rolling Stone magazines Top 500 Albums All Time list at #298. But that assumption would be dead wrong. (read more)

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Rizz & The Believerz, which features members from Lynyrd Skynyrd, Whitesnake, Lou Gramm's solo band, and was founded by former Telsa drummer Troy Luccketta, just released their debut single "Don't Stop Trying". To celebrate we asked Rizz to tell us about the song. Here is the story:

Written over five years ago, "Don't Stop Tryin'" has become my personal mantra.
As a singer-songwriter born and raised in Reno, NV my journey in the competitive world of music has been filled with moments of doubt and self-discovery. One of the most pivotal moments of my life occurred during my childhood, a memory that influenced my approach to not only music, but to life itself. It was fourth grade in Mrs. Summers class when I was cast as the Cowardly Lion in the school play, "The Wizard of OZ," a role that both thrilled and terrified me. Luckily, my mother, a talented actress, was the director and helped encourage me through the process. One night, I was rehearsing my lines in my parents' bedroom and my father interrupted me with a simple yet profound piece of advice: "If you're going to play the part, you have to own it. Really sing it with confidence and conviction." (continue)

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