Bowling For Soup are recording their Brixton Academy show for a new Live DVD, Older, Fatter, Still The Greatest.
Pop punkers Bowling For Soup are raising the excitement level to 11 with the release of their latest single “Catalyst.”
Recorded at A&M Records Studio in May 1985, “Stars” was helmed by Ronnie James Dio to help raise money for famine relief in Africa.
When Bowling For Soup recently hit the Gramercy Theater, we sat down with bassist Erik Chandler to discuss pranks, side projects, and the Powerpuff Girls.
Bowling For Soup hit the stage on April 7th, 2017, in New York, NY at the Gramercy Theatre for a sold-out show! Overall, it was an amazing show to attend.
Twenty years into their career and is their any sign of pop-punk favourites Bowling For Soup stepping outside their comfort zone? Read our review of their latest album here…
Californian pop-punks The Dollyrots take their family out on the road supporting Bowling For Soup and this live album captures the band in all their glory at their hometown show in LA.
Bowling For Soup hit the Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, MD on Saturday, June 21, 2015 and we got these incredible shots of the band’s live set!
They may no longer be bringing their giant inflatables to live venues across the globe but this compilation makes sure that Bowling For Soup are still making us smile. Even Slayer fans!
Jaret Reddick and mate Ryan Hamilton return with an album full of songs to help you deal with the shitty break-up of another relationship.
“We’re not here to change the world…” sings Jaret Reddick as Texan pop-punk fools Bowling For Soup prepare to head into their twentieth anniversary with their new album before signing off with a bang and a smile on their faces with a farewell UK tour. It’s kind of ironic then that, with the world ready to lose one of the most fun live bands around, the quartet put out the best album of their career.
Jarret Reddick, vocalist and guitarist for the pop punk band Bowling For Soup took a moment to answer a few questions about the band and their newest release Fishin’ For Woos. Since 1984 Bowling For Soup has been releasing records and touring the globe playing their unique brand of humor-laced pop punk. Here’s how the conversation with Reddick went.
“Turbulence” is the second single from Bowling For Soup’s eleventh album, Fishing For Woos, the album which rocketed to number 189 in the US album charts. Pushing sarcasm aside, “Turbulence” is a very poor effort. We know by now that Bowling For Soup are a very obvious, “in your face” type of band, but the overwhelming feeling gathered after listing to the song is one of stale boredom.
Texas’ fun lovin’ pop punks Bowling For Soup have unveiled their rowdy new video for the first single, “S-S-S-Saturday,” from their forthcoming album, ‘Fishin’ For Woos’, today. Check the video out HERE.