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We Nerd Out Vol. 97:  NIGHTBREAKERS Converses with The Don of THE DON’S HIT LIST PODCAST on their “Goosebump Moments”
Pop & Singer Songwriter, The Don's Hit List with The Don & The Grizz

We Nerd Out Vol. 97: NIGHTBREAKERS Converses with The Don of THE DON’S HIT LIST PODCAST on their “Goosebump Moments”

Contributor's Note:   Up and coming Tampa, FL Pop-Rock band Nightbreakers joins The Don's Hit List Podcast to go over the goosebump moments in their songs to date. If you like the bands 5 Seconds of Summer, Recent Fall Out Boy and recent Panic! At The Disco with a twist of Shawn Mendes then you will enjoy this band.  Fans can find Nightbreakers at the following locations: www.facebook.com/nightbrkrs www.nightbrkrs.com www.twitter.com/nightbrkrs www.instagram.com/nightbrkrs And there you have it, on Sunday, December 8th, Nightbreakers will be sharing the stage with Slaves at Crowbar in Ybor City, Florida.  For tickets and further information on the show, click here. Fans can find The Don's Hit List Podcast at the following locations: YouTube www.facebook.com/TheD...
(Album Review) “The Teal Album” by WEEZER
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(Album Review) “The Teal Album” by WEEZER

Editor's Note:  For all of your musical equipment needs and the like, check out Outer Audio.  They have a list of the best outdoor tv's, best shower speakers, loudest Bluetooth speakers, and even the best rock speakers to get.  Madness To Creation is excited to partner with Outer Audio for this.  Please go to www.outeraudio.com and follow Outer Audio on Facebook at www.facebook.com/outeraudio Weezer released their new album “Teal” on January 24, 2019, which is a full cover album doing renditions of some of the great oldie hits such as songs by Toto, Michael Jackson, Black Sabbath, a-ha, Electric Light Orchestra, and one of my personal favorites, their version of TLC’s hit “No Scrubs” which I am tempted to say might better than the original or just a really nice refreshing take on it rathe...
The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 46:  “My Personal Spotify Playlist” by DARRO
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The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 46: “My Personal Spotify Playlist” by DARRO

Editor's Note:  Today, New York City rocker DARRO is releasing his single entitled "You're Not Insane" via all streaming outlets.  The song reminds me of some 90's alternative rock that dominated the airwaves.  The guitar work is tasty and the synths during the instrumental break are the cherry on top of the sundae.  Definitely download it via Spotify!  Darro could be one of the more inspirational artists that I've covered.  He recovered from surgery on a brain tumor, granted it wasn't cancerous but that's nothing to mess with!  He had to learn to sing, speak, and chew food all over again. But his art and his story is an inspiration to us all at Madness To Creation.  We want to thank Darro for sharing his Spotify playlist with us and find Darro at the following locations: www.facebook.c...
Strange 90’s: A Benefit for JERRY BRYANT of JBTV Announces Performers for March 8th Benefit Show in Chicago
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Strange 90’s: A Benefit for JERRY BRYANT of JBTV Announces Performers for March 8th Benefit Show in Chicago

Charity Bomb is proud to announce Strange 90s, a benefit concert for Jerry Bryant of JBTV, set to take place on Friday, March 8th at Metro Chicago. All proceeds will go to Jerry's cancer treatment fund. Tickets are officially on sale HERE. Performers include: Naked Raygun, Andrew W.K., Local H, members of Kill Hannah, Stabbing Westward, Plain White T's, OURs, Broken Hope, Morrissey, and MS MR, with additional performers to be announced over the next few weeks! Surrounding the fundraiser, President of JBTV Michael Harnett has expressed that "Jerry wants everyone to know that although these obstacles are difficult and there's a lot of trials to come - he's committed more than ever to helping artists and exposing new music." Jerry Bryant, the Emmy award winning host and owner of the ...
The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 14:  Minority 905 Picks Their Favorite Pop Punk Songs Exclusively with Madness To Creation!
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The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 14: Minority 905 Picks Their Favorite Pop Punk Songs Exclusively with Madness To Creation!

Editor's Note:  It's been quite nice getting to know Canadian pop-punk band Minority 905.  The band that is known for their 10 minute Paramore discography cover recently released their album entitled "Dangerous Ambitions".  They decided to reveal their favorite pop-punk songs exclusively with Madness To Creation.  Fans can find Minority 905 at the following locations: www.facebook.com/Minority905 www.twitter.com/Minority905 www.instagram.com/minority905 Spasimir: 10. Quicksand - The Story So Far Great song all around from my favorite band of the 2010s. Really takes it back to the basics of punk with fast drums and guitars. Parker Cannon is one of the best voices in pop-punk right now and on this song, he killed it with every line.   9. My Friends Over You - New Found Glory C...
(Album Review) “Living Proof” by State Champs
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(Album Review) “Living Proof” by State Champs

The phrase "living proof" can take on several meanings.  When I think of "living proof", I think of situations involving learning from tough lessons or going through challenging obstacles to prove doubters wrong and in order to grow as a person.  I also think of "living proof" as when you're giving advice of something that is advisable or not advisable, one advises because they've been through a situation and are trying to help somebody in that situation so the two people can relate to one another.  "Living Proof" means growth and maturation and pop-punksters State Champs embody that definition that I described with their June 15th release of "Living Proof" via Pure Noise Records. State Champs got help and mentoring from pop-punk heavyweights Mark Hoppus of Blink 182 and Alex Gaskarth of ...
Madness To Creation’s A to Z Reviews: Featuring The Academy Is…
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Madness To Creation’s A to Z Reviews: Featuring The Academy Is…

It was 2003 in Chicago, Illinois and there was a band that due to the discovery by Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy came a band that seemed to be jet propelled to take the throne in the pop-punk/emo world and that band is known as The Academy Is.  It was at the time five members led by William Beckett on vocals, Mike Carden on guitars/vocals, Adam Siska on bass/vocals, A.J. LaTrace on guitars/vocals, and Michael DelPrincipe on drums. In 2004, The Academy Is released their debut EP entitled "The Academy".  It received immediate regional success due to the pop hooks and infectious arrangements and Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy immediately took notice, and The Academy Is was immediately signed to Fueled By Ramen Records.  They went to Florida and tapped producer James Paul Wisner, who has worked with...