The Gaslight Anthem's 'Live At Park Ave' 10" Reissued
SideOne Dummy are doing a 20 Year Anniversary Vinyl Reissue Series and are starting with The Gaslight Anthem's Live At Park Ave 10''. A limited coke bottle variant is exclusively for sale via the SideOneDummy web store and a...
The Gaslight Anthem Q&A With Purevolume
Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem talked with Purevolume.
And I know that people noticed on the last record (2012's Handwritten). I didn't notice this, but I said "radio" a ton of times in all our records, and I was like,...
Brian Fallon on Triple J
Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem was recently on Triple J's Mornings with Zan.
Across five songs we talked about wearing your heart on your sleeve in your songs, about the in-jokes of Bryan Adams, and just how much Brian hates...
The Gaslight Anthem U.S./Canada 2015 Tour Dates
The Gaslight Anthem will be touring across the U.S. and Western Canada with Northcote as the supporting act for all shows. The Scandals and Sammy Kay will be performing in select cities. Dates in the replies.
The Gaslight Anthem Play "Misery" [Video]
The Gaslight Anthem played "Misery" live for the first time ever last Thursday at an acoustic show at the Ramones Museum in Berlin, Germany. Hit the replies for the video.
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The Gaslight Anthem Cover Matthew Ryan
The Gaslight Anthem covered a Matthew Ryan song in Pittsburgh, and Matthew Ryan himself joined them on stage. Video in the replies.
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Matthew Ryan's New Album Now Out
Matthew Ryan's new album, Boxers, was released today. It features Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem on electric guitar
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Staff Content (9/26/14)
And I'll tell you something else that you ain't dying enough to know. There's still some living left when your prime comes and goes.
Against Me!, Jimmy Eat World, and The Gaslight Anthem [Photos] (Anthony Sorendino)Senses Fail...
The Gaslight Anthem Interviewed in Detroit
The Detroit Free Press recently interviewed The Gaslight Anthem.
"I thought it was a lot riskier to kind of make the same kind of records we did with the same formula than it was to mix it up," Horowitz said. "We don't want to be...