As the night turned to early morning, Virginia natives, Mae, were still hanging around the Avalon Theater in Salt Lake City, mingling with fans who stuck around for a special acoustic set benefiting Habitat for Humanity.
As the crowd began to chant the final few lines of The Starting Line’s classic song, “The Best of Me,” the band left their instruments on stage and waved goodbye, serenaded by their own lyrics as they departed from the stage of In The Venue on March 29.
Prefacing Mae’s visit to Salt Lake City on April 4 as part of their current national tour, the band’s drummer, Jacob Marshall, took some time to answer a lot of questions about the band and the tour. Here are some of the questions and answers from the interview:
Thousands of fans lined 200 South in Salt Lake City, braving cold night temperatures while waiting to get into In The Venue to see Angels & Airwaves, Tuesday, March 4.
Fred Mascherino has turned his long-time side project from his days in Breaking Pangea dn Taking Back Sunday into his full-time gig. The Color Fred, aptly named for the rock star, isn’t your ordinary solo project and Fred called up The College Times to tell us all the details about his new band, the band’s new CD and his current tour with Angels and Airwaves.
Last week, The College Times reviewed You’re Awful, I Love You, the upcoming album from St. Louis rock band Ludo.
Sometimes the line where one music genre begins and another ends isn’t that clear. One group riding that line pretty hard these days is The Hood Internet.
For fans of the new double-disc opus from Say Anything, In Defense of Genre, the October release date could not come fast enough. Now the album is finally up for release and it’s time to take a look at whether all the fuss surrounding this defender of genres was actually deserved.