Tag Archives: Patrick Stump
Posted: May 11, 2013
The quartet played their latest single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” with singer Patrick Stump clutching a white version of his signature Gretsch Stump-O-Matic Electromatic CVT guitars.
Posted: February 25, 2013
As part of their comeback, the band stopped by the Jimmy Kimmel Live stage to perform the album’s lead single, “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).”
For an added bonus, each member of Fall Out Boy donned a skeleton costume to add some drama to the proceedings.
Posted: December 12, 2011
Patrick Stump, whose debut solo album Soul Punk came out in October, recently appeared on Hoppus on Music, showing fans his best impression of famed Chicago Cubs radioman Harry Caray and telling a story of meeting the Blink 182 band member as an 11 year old.
Watch parts of the interview below:
And just try not to dance when watching this video of Stump performing “Run Dry:”
Posted: November 17, 2011
With his debut solo album Soul Punk burning up the airwaves, Patrick Stump played the single “The City” on Tuesday’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
Clad in a bright cobalt-blue suit and clutching one of his Gretsch Stump-O-Matic guitars, Stump burned through the track with sweeping vocals and an infectious chorus.
Here’s a look at Stump’s funk-laden performance:
Soul Punk is available everywhere now. Click here to download via iTunes.
Posted: October 18, 2011
Gretsch signature artist Patrick Stump, of Fall Out Boy fame, has a new album, Soul Punk, that is now available.
And apparently, his namesake Gretsch Stump-O-Matic Electromatic CVT played a large role in the solo debut’s creation.
“Hey @gretsch, just so you know: my Gretsch stump-o-matic is all over that record,” Stump tweeted Monday night.
Fans can pick up Soul Punk in stores and on iTunes today, or stream all tracks right here, courtesy of Rolling Stone.
The new release marks a departure from the emo anthems F.O.B. typically produced.
Instead, Stump has said he drew from Prince, Timbaland and even Michael Jackson to offer clubby pop beats melded with earnest lyrics.