Good Charlotte: Youth Authority

Pop punk superstars, Good Charlotte, are back after their nearly five-year break. The band announced the end of their hiatus late last year and shortly after released their single “Makeshift Love.” Last November, the group played their first show since 2009 at The Troubadour in West Hollywood. The band released …

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An Interview With Good Charlotte: Life Can’t Get Much Better

Some things change, while others stay the same, and for Good Charlotte it is that exact blend of nostalgia and valuing the present that have made their comeback album Youth Authority so endearing. For the once Maryland hailing five-piece—vocalist Joel Madden, lead guitarist and backing vocalist Benji Madden, guitarist Billy …

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Summer Concert Guide: If You Only Go To 20 Shows This Summer…

Soundgarden

Prudential Center, Newark, NJ

July 8

One of the more interesting concerts this summer is the return of the Seattle grunge band Soundgarden. The group was of the most successful acts in the ‘90s until they decided to call it quits while still on top of the world. More …

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Good Charlotte: Cardiology

If you followed Good Charlotte since their early days, you probably have a similar impression of them as I do. At first, they were a punk rock band who, after their first album, The Young And The Hopeless, became significantly more badass. Then in recent releases, their image seemed …

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Good Charlotte: Pop Punk Infamy

Whether it’s their notorious history dating Hollywood starlets such as Hilary Duff, Nicole Richie, or Paris Hilton, or their music that makes them famous, Good Charlotte is a band that’s been on the scene for nearly 10 years. Their pop punk sound, inspired by Green Day and Blink 182, is …

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Good Charlotte @ Roseland Ballroom

NEW YORK, NY—Good Charlotte is a band I hate to love. Oh come on, everyone’s got them. Bands you’re too embarrassed to admit feature among your top 20 even though every time you listen to them they get you lip syncing, moving and making you feel pretty darn good. Well, the boys from Maryland proved just why they have, and will continue, to feature prominently on my secret ladder at their gig at NY’s Roseland Ballroom. I mean really, when a band creates catchy hook-filled pop-punk music, what’s not to like?
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