Monthly Archives: June 2013

The little boy rocking with Bruce

This is a video that you all have to see. On May 4th this year, I finally got to see Bruce Springsteen live. It was amazing (well, that’s no surprise). I got to hear one of my favorite songs of all time: Thunder Road. But that’s another story. However, when Bruce was playing Dancing in the Dark, he let this little boy come up on stage with him. Bruce let the boy borrow a guitar, and then he showed the boy how to be a true rockstar. So glad I got to experience this live! Here’s the YouTube video, which I do not claim to own, of course. Thanks to the person who filmed this!

(Skip to 4:10 if you just want to see the little guy and Bruce.)


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Flagship Romance

I got my first Fuck Yeah! Sounds! e-mail last week. A band called Flagship Romance asked me to check out their brand new music video, and maybe even feature them in this blog. I saw the video and found the tune really catchy, so I decided to definitely make a post here about them. The band consists of Jordyn and Shawn, and they play folk pop music with obvious country influences. They both sing, and their voices work really well together.

After having received the e-mail, and checked their music video, I googled Flagship Romance. I had a look at their Tumblr page, their page, their Twitter, Bandcamp and so on. As far as I could see, they didn’t have any free downloads available anywhere, so I asked them if they would like to share a free song with the Fuck Yeah! Sounds! readers (and the rest of the world). They said they were totally down for it. Good news for us all! Just visit Flagship Romance’s page to get their song Hit the Ground for zero money. (Click the free download link right next to the song title. Easy as that!) I also recommend everyone to check the music video for Hit the Ground, which was just released.

Oh, and last week they got to open for Goo Goo Dolls in Florida. How cool is that?!

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