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Warped Tour kicks off in Dallas, TX (side b)

posted June 29, 2011, 7:34 am by Brian Rutherford | Filed Under Editorial, Festivals, Interviews, Live Show Reviews, Tour, Video | comment Leave a Comment

Tags: Pepper, Terrible Things, Against Me!, Aggrolites, Vans Warped Tour, vans warped tour 2012

For 12 years, Music Emissions has been covering live music. Spending most it’s time focusing on indie bands, we’ve never really been the ones to spotlight large tours and festivals. For the first time ever, M.E. visited the Warped Tour on it’s first day in Dallas, TX @ Gexa Energy Pavilion. Both Benjy Oliver and myself took this opportunity to get some live coverage on some your favorites and take a few minutes to get some your favorites indie favorites…you can also read part A here:

Needless to say, this is a view at your own risk type of editorial, in other words

One artist M.E. has been following for quite some time, and was dying to catch up with was Pepper…Though there was a bit of confusion with interview times, we did catch a terrific performance.

Over the years, we’ve found the Eppard boys to be one of the most relentless, hard-working bloodlines in indie rock. Josh[Eppard], who is also performing as Weerd Science on Warped this year, plays drums for Terrible Things.

Also in Terrible Things is Fred Mascherino (Taking Back Sunday, The Color Fred) and Brian Weaver. Fred talks a bit about the past and the future with Benjy

Probably one of the most wild performances was one of the first, by Attack Attack! Watch as M.E. filmed from the skateboard ramp to show you how much of the crowd was participating in the madness…

Benjy spending a few minutes with Against Me!

Jeff of the Aggrolites, talking their latest release, and even his The Bronx shirt.

Who is your favorite Warped Tour artist this year?


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