Good Charlotte and Eve 6 performed in San Jose, California on Friday (November 21). Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Rock acts on television this week include Nada Surf, who perform on Last Call with Carson Daly on Tuesday; Rancid, who perform on Late Night with Conan O’Brien on Tuesday; Maroon 5, who perform on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday; Stereophonics, who perform on the Sharon Osbourne Show on Tuesday and Last Call with Carson Daly on Wednesday; Eve 6, who perform on the Sharon Osbourne Show on Wednesday; R.E.M., who perform on the Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday; Fuel, who perform on the Late Late Show on Thursday and Last Call on Friday; Staind, who perform on Late Night on Thursday; Pete Yorn, who performs on the Late Late Show on Friday; Pennywise, who perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Friday.
Hip Online caught up with Eve 6 drummer Tony Fagenson and asked if he thought bands that get caught up making the same albums over and over are afraid of the challenge or just don’t grow. “I think they aren’t interested in changing,” he responded. “I think some bands that make a couple records and are successful figure why change it if it’s working. Or all their talent has come out on the first couple records. A situation can get stale. They say everything they need to each other on the first two records and have nothing left to say. For us we are lucky that we started so young and spent the last six years trying to find ourselves. It’s all coming to a head right now. I think we are lucky.”
The Beaver County Times reports Eve 6 vocalist Max Collins was cited for indecent exposure after parading around naked at a Pennsylvania hotel in the early hours of Monday morning (May 27).