The Maine: Getting Nostalgic for the Now

The past and the present are colliding on The Maine’s current Modern Nostalgia Tour. Featuring the Arizona quintet playing their last two albums–2015’s, American Candy, and 2017’s, Lovely Little Lonely–top-to-bottom and back-to-back each night, the band is in unchartered territory.

Despite having been a band for the course …

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An Interview With John O’Callaghan Of The Maine: Attaining Nirvana

Pop rockers The Maine have been hard at work since their formation in 2007, and right now, it feels like they’re peaking. The Tempe, Arizona-based band—vocalist/guitarist/pianist John O’Callaghan, lead guitarist Jared Monaco, rhythm guitarist Kennedy Brock, bassist Garrett Nickelsen, and drummer Patrick Kirch—have just released their sixth studio album, Lovely,

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The Maine: American Candy

When The Maine first started touring, half the band had yet to finish high school. Fast forward to almost a decade later, the five dudes have graduated into a matured and developed sound. Originally from Arizona, but known for connecting with their fans across the map, they recently released their …

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The Maine: American Candy

Alternative rock band, The Maine, has been around the block for eight years now representing their hometown of, you guessed it: Tempe, Arizona. If you’ve been following this quintet comprised of John O’Callaghan (vocals), Garrett Nickelsen (bass), Pat Kirch (drums), Kennedy Brock (guitar/vocals), and Jared Monaco (guitar), then you should …

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An Interview with The Maine: Getting (Un)Lost

The past month has been a whirlwind for indie rock band, The Maine. Their fifth studio album, American Candy, debuted to largely positive reception from fans and critics alike, reaching number 37 on the Billboard 200 and was celebrated with a 24-hour live stream of the five-piece from Meerkat. …

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An Interview with John O’Callaghan from The Maine: Crossing State Lines

In December 2011, Pioneer, the self-produced follow-up to two full-lengths and an EP by Tempe, Arizona native pop punk quintet The Maine, was distributed worldwide. This do-it-yourself style album brought the extent of this band’s listeners to a whole new plane. Anthem For A Dying Breed, a DVD …

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The Maine: Kings Of Pop

They have been called “The new face of American pop.” The Maine recently announced a co-headlining tour with Augustana, beginning on May 12, to celebrate their first major label release. The tour spans all the way up to June 18 making a stop at Irving Plaza on May 24

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The Maine: Theme Park Rock Show

After opening for fellow pop/rock troupes like All Time Low and Rocket To The Moon for two years, The Maine is embarking on their first headlining tour. With the presumptuous title of “An Evening With the Maine,” the Phoenix-based five-piece will perform with openers This Century in support of their

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Warped Tour 2009 @ Susquehanna Bank Center

CAMDEN, NJ—Even amid all the controversy some of the smaller stage acts had been causing on this year’s Warped Tour, thanks to their lack of talent in making electronic music and landing on this tour known for its punk roots, all the action seemed to happen on the main stage. …

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