Bowling for Soup's Jaret Reddick in his sweet, sweet ride. Back in April, Chelsea Upton caught up with Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick in the wake of Denton band releasing its whopping 11th album, Fishin' For Woos. The disc also serves as the band's first release since splitting from its ... More >>
Jason JanikBowling for Soup in a lake? Why not?In the wake of their recent split with Jive Records, the record label home to such artists as Usher, Justin Timberlake, Cage The Elephant, and Britney Spears, Bowling For Soup could have very easily slipped into a tumultuous time of uncertainty. Inst ... More >>
Jason JanikThese guys are naked for a reason: They have a new record coming soon. Some quick hits on the album release front to pass along this afternoon...
I'd say that congratulations are certainly in order for Denton's Bowling for Soup this week. Why? Well, quite a few reasons actually. For one, the band's tenth studio release, Sorry For Partyin', is getting prepped for release on Jive Records. And, secondly, the band's already debuted the first sin ... More >>
Laugh all you want at the sheer audacity of the D-Town Boogie movement, Alibaster K. Abthernabther. But the train's already rolling--and picking up steam, too. Today comes even more proof of that fact: Them GSpot Boyz, the fellas responsible for the monster local smash dance-hit "Stanky Legg" (as s ... More >>
We try—with very little luck—to get to the bottom of why Del Tha Funkee Homosapien isn't touring with his old cats in Hieroglyphics
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