Vans Warped Tour Stickam Chat With Fireworks

Fireworks chat

Dave Mackinder, Kyle O’Neil, and Brett Jones from the Detroit, Michigan pop punk band Fireworks will be answering your questions live on the Vans Warped Tour Stickam on Sunday June 10th at 9PM ET / 6PM PT. Ask the band questions via Twitter using the hashtag #AskFireworks. Stickam will also be giving away a pair of tickets during the chat.

Brother’s Lee Newell Does A Facebook Chat


Lee Newell of Brother did an online chat with fans on the Slough band’s Facebook on Monday (May 16). Among the answers submitted by the frontman:

my favorite drink is G&T

biggest inspiration would be Morrissey or maybe even you lot!

Radiohead are the best band I’ve ever seen live and yes I can’t wait for Bristol

We didn’t play homesick because it slowed down the set a bit too much for this tour, we’ll be putting in the next set (which is over and hour)

Deftones Online Chat & Performance

Deftones chat

Deftones will perform an hour long global webcast live from Dallas on May 4th, 2010. The band will perform live and take questions from fans who log into on May 4th at 5pm PST / 8pm EST. Ten years ago, Deftones broke boundaries by being one of the first artists to broadcast a live show online on the day of their ‘White Pony’ release. With a new album, ‘Diamond Eyes’ dropping on May 4th 2010 the band will do it again, but this time with crowd participation.

AFI Video Chat

AFI video chat February 11

AFI is inviting fans to submit questions about their new video for ‘Beautiful Thieves’, the song, their new album ‘Crash Love’ and/or anything AFI-related via The band will answer selected questions during a live video chat taking place on 4:00 p.m. PST February 11. Fans can tune in then at their facebook to see if their questions are answered, while at the same time chatting live with members of AFI and fellow fans.

The February 11th event, hosted by, will also feature the world premiere of a “Making of ‘Beautiful Thieves'”, a look at what went into making the newest AFI video featuring never seen before behind the scenes performance and interview footage.

AIM Interview With Cartel

Cartel band

In an AIM interview with NadineInMusic, Cartel talked about their new self-titled album, life in the bubble while recording it, and their thoughts on those who say they’re selling-out.

A transcript at has since been removed.

Chris Daughtry AIM Interview

‘American Idol’ season five finalist Chris Daughtry visited with TyeInMusic in an AIM Interview ahead of his gig at the Viper Room. Daughtry talked about almost being finished with his debut album, who he’s working with on the album, why he has a band called ‘Daughtry’ instead of going the solo route, and more.

A transcript at has since been removed.

Four Online Chats With Motley Crue In January On MSN

Motley Crue will be taking part in online chats with fans at MSN while out on the road beginning with bassist Nikki Sixx on Tuesday, January 4th at 7:30pm ET/4:30pm PT. The following three Tuesdays at the same time will see online chats with guitarist Mick Mars (1/11), frontman Vince Neil (1/18), and drummer Tommy Lee (1/25). Check out more details at

Motley Crue Return ‘Amazingly Irrelevant’

Ken Barnes of USA Today took part in an online chat earlier today and was asked about Motley Crue getting back together. “Sorry, Motley Crue annoyed me immensely when they were big and now seem amazingly irrelevant,” he said. “I have no nostalgia for the decadent big-hair hard-rock era.”

The entire chat transcript at has since been removed.

MSN Online Chat With Rooney

Rooney will be taking part in an online chat with their fans on MSN about their latest projects, including their CD ‘Rooney’ and DVD ‘Spit and Sweat’. The chat takes place on Monday (December 6) at 8pm ET/5pm PT. Check it out at

USA Today’s Barnes Not Interested In Hair Metal Revival

USA Today music writer Ken Barnes took part in an online chat with readers on Tuesday and was asked when will the 80’s hair metal groups going make their triumphant comeback to the top of the album charts because the current era of bands like U2, Godsmack, Velvet Revolver and Good Charlotte are “too stale and safe.” Barnes responded, “Speak for yourself, dude. The longer we can go without a revival of the days of whine and Poison, the happier I’ll be. And it’s not as if Warrant and Ratt and Kix were actually ‘dangerous’ or ‘edgy’.”

The transcript at has since been removed.