All Time Low Announce Livestream Concert To Benefit Their Touring Crew
The likes of Metallica and twenty one pilots have been showing support – via Crew Nation – to their touring crews who have found themselves without work due to the coronavirus pandemic, and now All Time Low have announced how they will help out their team: with a special livestream to raise money for their road crew.
The Baltimore pop-punks have announced details of their I’m With The Crew livestream concert, which will feature an acoustic set from frontman Alex Gaskarth, plus a (virtual) hangout with the rest of the band – Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson and Zack Merrick.
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“Behind every ATL show – every perfectly tuned chord, every risky crowd surf, every sweet sip of white claw – is our unbeatable touring crew (and our band @danswank) working incredibly hard to make amazing shows happen for us and our fans,” say All Time Low.
“On May 22, we’re throwing a special livestream acoustic performance to benefit our crew impacted by the pandemic. Tickets are $10 and every dollar goes to them.”
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“We’re already working on potential quarantine music while we’re all on lockdown,” the vocalist and guitarist said.
“[Mark]’s in Idaho – he escaped while he still could – and I’m stuck home in Maryland, so we won’t be doing it in person but we’re sending ideas back and forth and we’re always talking about what the next steps are for Simple Creatures. It’s in the works.”
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twenty one pilots are included in three categories for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards, while All Time Low, AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne and The Pretty Reckless have all been nominated for two awards.
“What I can do is ask publicly for ALT+LDN to remove Die Antwoord from this festival…” says Bob Vylan’s Bobby.