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What does America mean to you? Can you capture it in a single image, a phrase, or a story? If so, 30 Seconds To Mars is looking for you.
Always vouching to create meaningful stories, the band is trying to create a beautiful story by sharing stories of their devoted fans, while capturing beautiful imagery, story telling and cinematic pictures.
Anyone can submit pictures, dialogue, moments, and stories of something that was important to them, of something that was impactful and inspiring. What does America mean to them? What are their hopes and dreams?
Lets get together and help the BARB WIRE DOLLS, who are currently on the Vans Warped Tour. Their tour bus broke down and are $7K in the hole. They are asking their devoted fans for financial support in order to continue to play. If anyone can help, please send whatever you can to their PayPal address at: email@example.com. This is one of the most hard-working bands that I’ve ever worked with in the business, and they deserve to be on this tour more than anyone I know. Please send any help if you can!
Barb Wire Dolls need your help! was last modified: October 22nd, 2017 by Erika G
1. It’s not necessary to wear a bra, white tank top mandatory. I really had to sit through Miley Cyrus again, didn’t I? Cuz last months’ torture wasn’t enough.
2. It’s totally normal to wear a sweatshirt when performing onstage, even though it’s a thousand degrees in Miami and everyone else is dripping in sweat. Not only did I have to sit through one Cyrus but now there’s two. Just kill me.
Where were you in 1991? Do you remember the first time you heard “Smells Like Teen Spirit?” I remember that I was at my guitar teacher’s home, strumming the guitar as I did a couple times per week. At 14, I sat on that stool, with my electric blue Fender guitar plugged into my Marshall amp, wearing ripped jeans, a flannel shirt and my worn-out Doc Martens. I had become one of them, one of the people that got suctioned into the early 90’s music revolution known as “Grunge.”
Although grunge had hit me a couple years earlier, by this time, it had taken over my music collection and become my lifestyle. See, grunge wasn’t just about the way you dressed. It was also about the way you thought and behaved – the way you related to everyone around you.