Everclear Perform ‘Santa Monica’ On WGN TV

Everclear was somehow convinced to get up at the crack of dawn and appear on WGN TV’s morning show on Monday (December 31) in Chicago, Illinois. Pat Tomasulo conducted a brief interview, talking about their New Year’s Resolutions, and then the band performed their hit ‘Santa Monica’. Watch the performance via YouTube below.

Everclear Performs At Rock ‘n Roll Wine Amp’d

Everclear performed at the Rock ‘n Roll Wine Amp’d Festival at Mandalay Beach on Saturday (September 9) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The rock band will released their new album, ‘Welcome to the Drama Club’, on Tuesday and will begin a college tour on September 22nd. Check out pictures from GettyImages.

Everclear Goes After Jesus

Everclear’s new video ‘Hater’ portrays Jesus as a pot-smoking, womanizing, gambling bum. ‘Scarborough Country’ host Joe Scarborough got to the bottom of all the attacks on Christianity with MSNBC analyst Flavia Colgan, Bex Schwartz from VH1, and Tom O’Neil of In Touch Weekly. The segment, aired Wednesday (August 9) at MSN.com has since been removed.

Disrespecting Jesus?

Everclear frontman Art Alexakis visited ‘The O’Reilly Factor’ to discuss their controversial new music video for ‘Hater’. The widely distributed version features celebrity break-ups, but the controversial alternate version can be viewed via YouTube below. The video was dedicated by the band to “Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and all others who hate in the name of Jesus.”

Video at FoxNews.com has since been removed.

Everclear ‘Hater’ Video

Everclear are out with the video to their new single ‘Hater’, featuring images of several split Hollywood couples. Watch the video below.

On TV: Everclear, Green Day, Marilyn Manson

Rock acts on television this week include Everclear, who perform on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Monday; Green Day, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Monday; Coheed & Cambria, who appear on Daily Download on Monday; Underoath, who appear on ‘Daily Download on Monday; Henry Rollins, who appears on ‘Daily Download’ on Tuesday; Switchfoot, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Tuesday; Marilyn Manson, who performs on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ on Wednesday; Velvet Revolver, who perform on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Wednesday; Bon Jovi, who perform on ‘Today’ on Wednesday; Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin, who visits ‘The Late Late Show’ on Thursday; the Zutons, who perform on ‘Late Night’ on Thursday; Melissa Auf Der Maur, who performs on ‘Last Call’ on Thursday; and Sparta, who perform on ‘Late Night’ on Friday.

Rockers Blast Bush

System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian and Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder are among the artists speaking out against President Bush in the latest issue of Rolling Stone. “Bush and Cheney and their whole team have been a disaster for the U.S. and the rest of the world,” declares Tankian. “The U.N. has been neutralized as a peaceful solution to conflict. The war in Iraq has become a brutal occupation; our soldiers die not knowing why they were sent there in the first place. We went from a surplus economy to a high deficit. Unemployment is up, the dollar is down, and the environment is weeping. We need someone with a high degree of both intelligence and compassion in the White House, someone deserving of the good will of the American people. Bush and Co. do not deserve us as their public.”

More comments from Blink 182’s Tom DeLonge, Everclear’s Art Alexakis, Ryan Key of Yellowcard, and more at RollingStone.com have since been removed.