- 1:58 pm Friday, February 17th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
2/24 UPDATE: Ronnie Weston from Spring Hill is Friday’s (2/24) winner!
Tune-In Monday (2/27) for your last chance! The song of the day will play before noon!
You know that when Twenty One Pilots come to town, we roll out the red carpet…. for our listeners, that is. This time is no different. Starting again Monday (2/27) we’ll have your last chance to score a pair of tickets accompanied by a meet and greet. How, you might ask? That’s the perfect question.
Starting again Monday 2/27 we will be playing a specific Twenty One Pilots “song of the day” before noon. All you have to do is listen [More]
- 10:42 am Saturday, February 4th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
Twenty One Pilots just released the music video for “Heavydirtysoul”, the final single from their latest album, Blurryface. They could have shot a home made video and it would have went viral, because anything Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun touch right now turns to gold. But, that is not the case. This video is fire, both literally and figuratively.
Tyler sings most of the song from the back seat of a car driven down a two lane road by a hooded stranger. Josh Dun’s drum kit is literally on fire, while he plays in the middle of that same road. Sparks [More]
- 12:40 pm Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 by Kyle T- Street Team
Despite blowing up the charts and touring for well over a year straight, it’s been quite a while since Twenty One Pilots released an album. That’s about to change this fall, as the duo just announced they will be releasing Blurryface Live. It’s not as exciting as new original material, but I’m sure that will come sooner rather than later. As for now, the clique will be happy with anything they release.
It will be available on November 25th, and it will contain the following songs:
Guns for Hands
We Don’t Believe What’s On TV
Holding On To You
The Run [More]
- 11:22 am Monday, October 17th, 2016 by Kyle T- Street Team
With the help of musical guest twenty one pilots and host Lin- Manuel Miranda, Saturday Night Live opened it’s 42nd season last week with it’s most watched episode in 12 years, averaging 7.14 million viewers. That’s a 24% jump from last year’s originals, in which SNL averaged 5.748 million viewers. If I had to guess, I would attribute that 24% difference to twenty one pilots fans…. Either way SNL, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and twenty one pilots all crushed it last Saturday night, all while etching their names in the record books.
Lin Maranda’s opening monologue included a joke that despite his Hamilton success, [More]
- 8:45 am Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 by danielle97x