Army of Anyone, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Chris Cornell, and Alice Cooper performed at the 3rd Annual MusiCares Map Fund Benefit Concert on Friday (May 11) at Henry Forda Music Box Theater in Hollywood, California. Check out pictures from PRPhotos, GettyImages (arrivals / show), and WireImage.
Godsmack, Deadstar Assembly, Saliva, and Army of Anyone performed at the 93 Rock Christmas Khaos Concert at Bicentennial Park in Miami, Florida on November 25th.
Pictures from 93rock.com have since been removed.
Army of Anyone were on hand for an in-store appearance at Virgin Megastore in Los Angeles, California on November 15th. Check out pictures from RexFeatures.
Rock acts on television this week include Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, who perform with Sugarland on ‘Good Morning America’ on Monday; OK Go, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Tuesday; Wolfmother, who perform on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Thursday; Army Of Anyone, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show’ on Friday; and the Hold Steady, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Friday.
Army of Anyone spoke with CNN’s Denise Quan reports about being a “Super Duper Group” and singer Richard Patrick seeing a CNN ticker update on news he had checked into rehab in 2001.
Video at CNN.com has since been removed.
Richard Patrick, formerly of Nine Inch Nails and Filter, called in to 102.1 The Edge in Dallas on September 28th to talk about drug rehab, 25 days in the desert, and his new band, Army of Anyone.
The interview audio at KDGE.com has since been removed.
Army Of Anyone are out with the video to their first single ‘Goodbye’, from their self-titled debut album. Watch it below.
The Firm announced Wednesday it is launching a new artist-friendly music company, with records to be distributed by EMI Music in the U.S. and licensed for territories around the globe. The new music company will take the unprecedented step of splitting all profits with the artists signed to the venture rather than the traditional royalty structure. Multi-platinum recording artist and actress Mandy Moore and rock group Army of Anyone, featuring former members of Filter and Stone Temple Pilots, are the first to sign to the company. “We are so excited to be a part of the building of a new business model. We have been looking for a way to regain some artistic control, and we feel by partnering with The Firm, we are truly betting on ourselves and our team. For the first time in our career, we are in control of our own destiny.” The story at prnewswire.com has since been removed.