Mary Ouellette is a New England based music writer and concert photographer. She has spent the last five years as the owner and editor of TheyWillRockYou.com and is most accurately defined as “the girl at the rock show.” Capturing the best of musicians through photos and words is what drives her, whether it’s in the pit cameras in hand or sitting down backstage to interview the artists. ‘Almost Famous’ – it’s not just a movie. Check out her concert photography at SheWillShootYou.com. Passionate about: New England Sports, Butch Walker and Willy Wonka (That’s Wilder not Depp).
Cage the Elephant Get Animated in ‘Come a Little Closer’ Video
Cage the Elephant have unveiled their new animated video for ‘Come a Little Closer,’ and it’s a little trippy!
Watch Queens of the Stone Age Interviewed by Kids
Interviewing a band can sometimes be an intimidating affair, but in this new clip, two kids handle a live chat with Queens of the Stone Age with ease. The 12-year-old girls sat down with QOTSA's Josh Homme and Dean Fertita before a show in Ohio to pick their collective brains on pretty much everything that is important in a pre-teen world including topics like 'American Idol' and Halloween. Read M
AFI Unveil Lyric Video For New Single ‘I Hope You Suffer’
As AFI prepare for the release their new disc ‘Burials’ on Oct.22, the band recently shared the first single ‘I Hope You Suffer.’ Adding to the anticipation, the band has unveiled a lyric video to complement the song, check it out above.
Mudhoney Reveal Plans to Perform On Top of Seattle’s Space Needle
Mudhoney are heading to the top of the iconic Space Needle in Seattle for a performance of epic proportions. Kicking off the 25th anniversary celebration for their record label, the grunge band will be paying homage to both Sub Pop and the city where they founded the band.
Phish Concert Tickets at Center of Murder-Suicide Probe
A tragic case of murder-suicide involving two old friends from Washington, Pa., has taken a strange twist that relates to their favorite band. Friends and family are speculating that their deaths may have stemmed from an argument that erupted over concert tickets for Phish.
Todd Harrell of 3 Doors Down Free on $100,000 Bond Following Vehicular Homicide Charge
3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell was released from a Tennessee jail yesterday (April 23) on a $100,000 bail bond, after his involvement in the fatal car crash in Nashville on Friday night (April 19).
Journey Documentary Set To Open in U.S. Theaters This Friday
It’s hard to deny that Journey singer Arnel Pineda’s rise to success is a unique and moving story. The frontman was discovered by Journey guitarist Neal Schon, who caught a video of Pineda performing with his former cover band Zoo on YouTube, and the rest is as they say, history.