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I love the fact that Charlie and Dee left jackets over their surrounding seats so that no one would sit next to/in front of them. I know the rest of the gang thinks they’re idiots or whatever, but this is honestly sort of brilliant?

Not to mention the fact that it’s also pretty ironic. They left the jackets there so that no one would distract them during the movie; yet, in the span of less than 2 minutes, Charlie and Dee talked to each other at full volume, got into an argument with one another, answered a phone call, and sent a meatball soaring through the theater. 


It makes me so happy that I can find the full show on YouTube! Best night ever!

Very excited to be touring with Sleeping With Sirens​, Tonight Alive​, and Waterparks​ this November!

Tickets are on-sale this Friday at 10am.

11/3 - Concord Music Hall - Chicago, IL

11/4 - The Intersection - Grand Rapids, MI

11/5 - Eagles Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI

11/6 - The Fillmore - Detroit, MI

11/8 - House of Blues - Boston, MA

11/10 - Starland Ballroom - Sayreville, NJ

11/11 - Baltimore Soundstage - Baltimore, MD

11/12 - The Paramount - Huntington, NY

11/13 - The Fillmore - Philadelphia, PA

11/15 - Playstation Theater - New York, NY

11/16 - Masonic Auditorium - Cleveland, OH

11/17 - The NorVA - Norfolk, VA

11/18 - The Ritz - Raleigh, NC

11/19 - Hard Rock Live - Orlando, FL

11/20 - The Tabernacle - Atlanta, GA

11/22 - House of Blues - Dallas, TX

11/23 - Alamo City Music Hall - San Antonio, TX

11/25 - Livewire - Scottsdale, AZ

11/26 - SOMA - San Diego, CA

11/27 - The Wiltern - Los Angeles, CA

11/28 - Warfield Theatre - San Francisco, CA

11/30 - Crystal Ballroom - Portland, OR

12/1 - Showbox SoDo - Seattle, WA

12/3 - The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT

12/4 - Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO

December 3, 2014

Today Honor Teddy Pendergrass

‘Teddy’s desire for a career in music was firmly fixed the night he attended a Jackie Wilson concert at Philadelphia’s famed Uptown Theater and watched Wilson’s entrance and how he controlled the audience with his performance. When it came time for Teddy to begin is solo career he scored big right from the start with “I Don’t Love You Anymore,” “You Can’t Hide From Yourself,” “Close The Door,” “Love TKO” and “Turn Off The Lights.” Teddy Pendergrass became the first black male singer in history to record five consecutive multi-platinum albums.’

(photo: Teddy Pendergrass)

- CARTER Magazine