Tag Archives: Patrick Stump
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.
Posted: September 14, 2011
Gretsch artist Patrick Stump recently revealed the album artwork for his solo debut, Soul Punk, due out October 18. Stump will be joining Panic! at the Disco for a fall tour that kicks off on Oct. 9 in Reno, Nev. Dates here.
Posted: July 27, 2011
Patrick Stump’s highly anticipated debut solo album Soul Punk will be released October 18 via Island records. Stump has been pursuing his solo project since Fall Out Boy went on indefinite hiatus as of November 2009.
You can get a taste of the album by listening to its first single, “This City,” featuring Lupe Fiasco below…
Fans will be able to pre-order the album during shows on Stump’s upcoming summer tour. For dates and details, click here.
Posted: February 22, 2011
Fall Out Boy singer Patrick Stump’s solo debut EP, Truant Wave, hit iTunes today. The six-track EP, which can be heard on his Facebook page, is a prelude to this summer’s full-length solo album.
“A formal album releases take so much time to prepare, so I’d like to announce the release of Truant Wave, a digital EP I’ve put together of songs I felt strongly about but didn’t have place for within the narrative of Soul Punk,” Stump said in a statement.
“Having recorded Soul Punk as the sole performer and writer, creating Truant Wave also presented a welcome opportunity for me to work with some of my gifted friends on my solo material.”
As his a cappella Michael Jackson Tribute video from a couple of weeks might have suggested, the new R&B tunes are heavily influenced by the King of Pop.
Head here to hear the tunes and to purchase, visit iTunes.
Porcelain (feat. Alph-A-Bit)
Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)
Cute Girls (feat. Om’mas Keith)
Love, Selfish Love
As Long As I Know I’m Getting Paid
Big Hype (feat. D.A. of Chester French and Driis)
Posted: December 30, 2010
Daryl Hall’s web show, Live from Daryl’s House, will close out the year with a special New Year’s Eve broadcast on Chicago’s TV station WGN America. Live from Daryl’s House, A New Year’s Eve Special will air from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. EST on Dec. 31, and will contain highlights from the Webby-award winning series.
Included are performances from Gretsch signature artist Patrick Stump, Rob Thomas, Neon Trees, Train, Smokey Robinson, Todd Rundgren, Sharon Jones, Eli Reed, Jose Feliciano, who is featured in Live at Daryl’s current holiday show, and Hall’s longtime musical partner, John Oates.