Fall Out Boy Tour Schedule
Fallout Boy is a unique combination of cleverly orchestrated music, an incredibly talented
vocalist and a marked ability to keep the magazines and social media intrigued. This recipe has kept Fall Out Boy on top of
the pop punk rock world for a number of years. The music that Fall Out Boy writes is lyrically relatable to a diverse audience
and the upbeat and quirky keep the pop punk rock fans dancing. The group has been inspirational for artists that have followed
to keep up developing a brand new side to pop punk with an emo edge. Fallout Boy has had numerous top 40 hits and has sold
an impressive over four million albums since starting out. It is not enough to only hear Fallout Boy on the car radio or shop
play list, it is essential to see them live. Fallout Boy has spent time producing its new album for which it is on tour. The
album is incredibly and must be heard live while they are touring the world, stopping in places in Europe and the United States.
Audiences across the globe are getting their tickets at StubHub, so get yours now to avoid missing this emo-pop punk sensation
at its best.
Fall Out Boy Trivia
Fall Out Boy is considered to be a pop punk band that came out of the
hardcore punk scene in Chicago. In spite of its Midwest hardcore roots, the band has cited different types of bands as influences.
Some of these influences include the fellow Midwest group The Get Up Kids, which is a Kansas City emo band that hit the scene
in the 1990s. In addition, they have been associated with the pop punk sounds of Green Day, Ramones and Screeching Weasel.
In reference to their hardcore roots and emo-pop punk sound, Fall Out Boy bassist, Pete Wentz, has referred to the band as
"softcore" punk. What is more trivia is that Paul Wetnz has recently relaunched Decaydance Records as DCD2 Records, according
to Rolling Stone Magazine. Although, Wentz is referring to it as an expansion of his label with its flagship artists Cobra
Starship and Panic! at the Disco. He pointed that artists are friends who do more than simply tour together and the expansion
and rebranding of DCD2 Records.
About Fall Out Boy
Fall Out Boy joined together in the Northern suburbs
of Kansas City in 2001 with the aim to modify rock music. The members of the band have played with a number of local acts
around the local Chicago underground music scene from metal to punk. It was the merging of these different styles of music
that created a new sound. A new sound that mixed punk, alternative rock, emo and pop to make audiences across the world keep
asking for more. At first, Fall Out Boy was primarily big in the underground music scene, which helps to give them the street
credit a band that has become so big often time requires. They were a part of that underground music scene in Chicago and
it helped to make them into the talented musicians that rock the stage as Fall Out Boy to this day. Fall Out Boy and its fans
have certainly not forgotten their Chi' town roots.
Fall Out Boy Breakthrough
After spending long nights
working on their first album and playing gigs around Chicago and on local tours, they finally hit mainstream in 2005. When
the band released From Under the Cork Tree, it quickly hit the Billboard 200 chart and peaked in the number ninth position.
The single "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" that is often considered their breakthrough song that propelled them into a position
to travel the world on tour. Of course, their success did not end with their first single, as the group's second single, "
Dance, Dance," was a chart topper too. Alas, Fall Out Boy is now a household name in cities other than Chicago.
Out Boy Live and Fan Show Experience
Fall Out Boy fans are stoked to see that the band is no longer on hiatus and that
they can finally join the band's legion of fans in dancing to the "softcore" punk rock at their favorite venues. Fall Out
Boys' visceral lyrics met with hardcore punk roots make for an incredibly live show that will have everyone bobbing their
head and jumping up and down. There is likely a playful pit that will emerge and young men and woman crowd surfing to the
emo-pop punk sounds of Fall Out Boy. The old school fans from back in the day will be equally excited to see their favorite
musicians from the early hardcore days hit the stage. There is quite a bit of pride in the fans that accompanies the success
of the guys who played in the tight sweaty places in the underground hardcore scene. It is definitely not a show anyone wants
to miss. Fall Out Boy covers a diverse set of musical genres and were the pioneers of creating a new sound of music that the
band has coined "softcore" punk. It only slightly takes off a bit of the edge to make it more palatable for the larger audiences
it now has attending its shows.