Pete Wentz Visits Seven’s ‘Sunrise’

Pete Wentz appeared in the studio with David Koch and Melissa Doyle on Seven’s ‘Sunrise’ while in Australia, where the Fall Out Boy bassist talked about lyrics which address social issues in the band’s songs, feeling a responsibility in the spotlight, if he’s giving a good name to bass players, thinking Obama will get healthcare reform through and his belief that the president inherited a bad hand, and how fatherhood is awesome. Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Pete Wentz Throws Out First Pitch At Dodger Stadium

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday (September 2) at Dodger Stadium in LA. Check out footage via YouTube below.

Pete Wentz: There’s No Drive To Be Creative Right Now With Fall Out Boy

Pete Wentz talked to NME backstage at Leeds festival, where the still groggy bassist discussed the future, taking a break from Fall Out Boy, the bad timing of their delayed ‘Folie à Deux’ release last year during the height of the global economic meltdown, possibilities of musical side project with the other guys but not him, and the set list.

“We will not continue doing Fall Out Boy until it’s just – we feel a drive to be creative again,” Wentz said. “There’s no drive to be creative right now, so there has to be something there. There’s plenty of bands that have taken time off and come back, and there’s plenty of bands that have taken time off and not come back. The ‘H’ word has not been thrown around – the ‘H’ word being hiatus, so not a hiatus.”

Pete Wentz Leaving Nobu In London

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz was photographed leaving Nobu restaurant in London, England on Thursday (August 27).

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Pete Wentz Enjoys John Mayer Concert

Pete Wentz, sporting an evil Mickey Mouse t-shirt, was photographed leaving Hotel Cafe with a friend after watching John Mayer perform on Sunday (June 14) in Los Angeles.

The Fall Out Boy bassist wrote after the concert on his Twitter (@petewentz):

I think summer might actually have officially started LA la. @johncmayer show: song man, infinite entertainer.

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Pete Wentz Exits The London NYC Hotel

Pete Wentz was photographed leaving The London NYC hotel, joined by wife Ashlee Simpson and their son Bronx Mowgli on Tuesday (April 28) in New York City. They jumped on a tour bus to head to Boston, the next stop on Fall Out Boy’s concert tour. Check out pictures from

Pete Wentz Fires Back At “Cut The Political Crap” Critique

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz blogged on his official web site about a critic’s review of their recent concert, which was panned because of its political overtones. Wentz writes:

The only thing I take offense at from this review is “cut the political crap” and the idea that our fans are either too young or too stupid to get it. When we were planning this tour it began with the idea that we wanted to keep the ticket price low. We understand in a recession that the first thing people cut from their lives are the arts: concerts, movies, etc. That was our only goal. Then when flying to Europe I read a piece on Madoff in Vanity Fair I believe. My mind was blown. Not because of what he had done. Anyone who doesn’t live under a rock knows about AIG, Madoff, corporate bailouts etc. But this article humanized issue for me. It showed how this guy stabbed his friends in the back. How he turned everyone over. It made me think of people who lost their jobs or their homes. But not in some CNN way, more those people are real they aren’t just a statistic. This is when we decided to incorporate this idea into a show. We created a fake firm MV and P ( We created alter egos. We just felt like because we had this stage it was our responsibility to speak to something we believe in.

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Pete Wentz & Andy Hurley Attend 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards

Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy attended the Nickelodeon 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards held at the UCLA Pauley Pavilion on Saturday (March 28) in Westwood, California. “I heard it was a black-tie event, so I decided to wear my Canadian tuxedo,” bassist Wentz told the Orange County Register.

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Pete Wentz Drinks His Own Urine During A Concert

Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy played a game of roulette with 10 water bottles, one of which contains his urine, which is especially gross for the bassist according to singer Patrick Stump. The game went down during a show, with Pete taking a swig from each bottle without smelling beforehand. After throwing the bottles that contained apple juice to the audience, Pete apparently drank the entire bottle that contained his urine. Watch the highlights below.

Pete Wentz Gets A Haircut

Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz was photographed spending a few hours at a Beverly Hills hair salon getting his hair done on Sunday (March 1), while wife Ashlee Simpson took care of their son Bronx Mowgli. Check out pictures from