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Photos + Review: Incubus, Jimmy Eat World, Judah And The Lion @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Rick Clifford – Review by: Adam Harrison – It was an alt-rock showcase last night at the Budweiser Stage as Incubus brought their “8 Tour” to the 6ix. Opening the evening with their unique touch of Americana was Navisville band, Judah & the Lion. Fronted by none other than Judah [Akers] himself (who looks like a … Continue reading

Watch Jimmy Eat World’s New Video For “Get Right”

By: Staff – Jimmy Eat World released a new video today for their song “Get Right” off their critically acclaimed ninth studio album, Integrity Blues, available n0w via Dine Alone Records. The funky visual perfectly captures the energy of the song with dark effects set over the band’s passionate performance. Watch it below! Jimmy Eat … Continue reading

Photos: 2017 PIQNIQ Music Festival – Jimmy Eat World, Bleachers, Stabbing Westward

Photos by Callie Craig – The 2017 PIQNIQ Music Festival took place at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Chicago last night, which featured performances by alt-rock band Jimmy Eat World, who released their newest album, Integrity Blues, on October 21st, 2016 via Dine Alone Records, New York City-based indie pop band Bleachers (the side project of GRAMMY Award-winning indie rock … Continue reading

Photos: Jimmy Eat World @ The Glass House

Photos by: James Alvarez – Alt-Rock band Jimmy Eat World, who released their newest album, Integrity Blues, October 21st, 2016 via Dine Alone Records, which was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, M83, Air), performed at the Glass House in Pomona, California last night.

Interview: Jimmy Eat World talks “Integrity Blues”, Pre-Show Playlists, and Learning Guitar

By: Curtis Sindrey – Once a trailblazing name in the mid-’90s emo scene, Jimmy Eat World has found a mainstream audience by embracing their signature blend of alt-rock and power pop that targeted the heart as well as the head. And on October 21st, the Phoenix-based quartet will return with their ninth album, Integrity Blues. The LP, produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen … Continue reading

Jimmy Eat World Announces New Album ‘Integrity Blues’, Stream New Song “Sure And Certain”

By: Staff –   Jimmy Eat World have announced their new album Integrity Blues will be released October 21 on Dine Alone Records (Canada). The LP was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, M83, and Air). Jim Adkins stopped by KROQ Los Angeles’ Kevin & Bean morning show yesterday (August 30) to debut “Sure and Certain”, the first single from the album.  Of the track, Jim Adkins … Continue reading

Interview: Jimmy Eat World’s Zach Lind talks The Wretched Desert, Drummers-Turned-Singers, and Vinyl

By: Lucy Sky – A fter 20 years with Jimmy Eat World, going home and spending some quality time with your family doesn’t seem like it can get any better. For Zach Lind, it did. Zach and his wife Holly turned their living room into a music room, setting up drums next to the piano and … Continue reading

Photos: Noise Pop 2015 – Jim Adkins (of Jimmy Eat World), Joey Vannucchi (of From Indian Lakes), Jonah Matranga, Taxes @ Swedish American Hall

Photos by: Raymond Ahner (@photoray) – San Francisco’s Noise Pop Festival, which is in its 22nd year, featured acoustic performances by Jim Adkins of Jimmy Eat World, who released their eighth album, Damage, on June 11th, 2013 via RCA/Dine Alone, which featured the singles “I Will Steal You Back”, and “Damage”, Joey Vannucchi of folk-rock band From Indian … Continue reading

Video Interview: Jimmy Eat World’s Zach Lind on “Damage”, Analog vs. Digital and More!

By: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) –   Jimmy Eat World drummer Zach Lind spoke to Aesthetic Magazine Toronto before their show at The Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto on August 2nd, 2013 about their new album “Damage”, the battle between analog vs. digital, working with frequent Queens of the Stone Age collaborator Alain Johannes and more! … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Jimmy Eat World Damage The Phoenix in Toronto

By: Chiara DiAngelo (@chiarabella) – Celebrating twenty years as a band, the lads of Arizona pop-punk quartet Jimmy Eat World are getting on in years now, but right from the get-go, it was obvious that they’ve still got it. Light nostalgia, the band’s set focused on their multiple albums released throughout the mid- to late-2000’s (i.e. post-Bleed American). Still … Continue reading

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