Myspace Music Announces Secret Show Featuring Fall Out Boy
MySpace Music is excited to announce an upcoming Secret Show featuring Fall Out Boy presented by TurboTax Federal Free Edition (http://www.myspace.com/falloutboy). As Florida gears up for the Super Bowl, they have another reason to celebrate with a free, intimate concert by the band on Wednesday, January 28 at State Theater in St. Petersburg. The Secret Show performance will be held exclusively for MySpace users, who were notified today via MySpace.
As an added bonus, MySpace users who friend TurboTax’s Freeloader Nation (http://www.myspace.com/turbotax), and make TurboTax one of their top friends, have a chance to be one of 15 people to receive free VIp tickets and be among the first to enter the show. They must print out a copy of their profile and bring it to the event to be eligible for this extra perk
Recently Fall Out Boy premiered their latest album, Folie à Deux, exclusively to their MySpace Music fans days before their album hit stores. “America’s Suitehearts” the current single from the new album has already made an impression. After premiering on The N and Yahoo Music on Jan 1, the video has now been added to all MTV platforms and Fuse. Also, it is currently airing in over 5,000 national movie theaters.
The multi-platinum band Fall Out Boy has built up a loyal following through relentless touring; they have performed over 1200 shows since their inception in 2000. The band’s 2007 release “Infinity On High” debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and followed-up “From Under The Cork Tree,” their Island debut of May 2005, which spent 72 weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart. They have won three MTV Video Music Awards and have received a Grammy nomination as well.
For the latest music, concert information and more on Fall Out Boy, please visit www.myspace.com/falloutboy or www.falloutboyrock.com.
MySpace Music has organized nearly 200 Secret Shows since the franchise launched in February 2006 with artists like The Cure, Gnarls Barkley, The Offspring, Neil Diamond, Slayer, Franz Ferdinand, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs performing in cities around the world. Users must friend the Secret Shows profile page in order to receive advanced notice of the special, free concerts. From there, they will find more information about the artists and upcoming schedule. Visit the MySpace Secret Shows profile at http://myspace.com/secretshows for all show details.
TurboTax’s sponsorship of MySpace Secret Shows takes place throughout the early part of 2009. TurboTax is the nation’s No. 1-rated, best-selling tax preparation software from Intuit Inc. TurboTax is also sponsoring free music downloads on MySpace Music and enabling MySpace users to share the songs with their friends. Users have up to 7 days to accept a shared music stream and once downloaded, the songs will not expire in playlists. Co-branded TurboTax ads will be promoted throughout the MySpace MyMusic page, the MySpace Personal Music Player, and MySpace Video.
This is totally off topic, but I have always wondered if Fall Out Boy had any legal issues with The Simpsons. Fall Out Boy is the sidekick of Radioactive Man on that show. Does anybody know if there was any problem.