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All-American Rejects Concert at The Loft

smileThe All-American Rejects are a rock band sometimes referred to as AAR, from Stillwater, Oklahoma formed by Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler in 2001. Their breakthrough debut album The All-American Rejects was originally released in 2002, and was later re-released in 2003, launching them into their mainstream capabilities with their hit song, "Swing, Swing". The group followed this up with their sophomore album Move Along, which catapulted their status to one of the top pop rock bands, producing three U.S. Hot 100 top twenty hits (two of them reaching the top ten). The band's album Move Along has been certified double Platinum in the U.S. by the RIAA[1] and their self-titled release in 2003 has also been certified Platinum. They are planning on releasing their third album When the World Comes Down on December 16, 2008.

For their third studio album, When the World Comes Down, All-American Rejects switched producers from rock hero Howard Benson to Eric Valentine, perhaps best known for producing a series of Smash Mouth hits and managing Good Charlotte. The shift in producers is immediately obvious in the band's sound. Gone are thrashing pop-punk sounds in favor of a soul-pop vibe that will be familiar to Smash Mouth fans.

However, the band gives its own twist to "Gives You Hell." The lyrics are filled with a cleverly snarky attitude. The attitude of "Dirty Little Secret" is here in full force, and you will likely find yourself singing along. If the chorus wasn't catchy enough, the band accents the point with a crowd singalong to close out the track.

Fans and critics alike should not look to All-American Rejects for cutting edge innovation. However, the band covers the pop-rock basics exceptionally well. Look for All-American Rejects to head back to the pop top 10 with ease.

The Loft's small venue gives us the experience of an underground up-close feel. Purchase tickets TODAY before they sell-out ($22.50):

We'll meet at the bar. Here's an opportunity to meet other members; eat and knockdown some cold ones before heading upstairs to The Loft.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Rory, Yeah Dallas was lucky. I was too close to the stage, I got sprayed with AAR sweat. LOL There were a couple girls behind me goin bouncin krazy. Did anyone stuck around for the after party??

    December 2, 2008

  • Rory H.

    I don't know why AAR played such a small venue, we were lucky! We were 10 feet from them. I hope a structural engineer checks out the floor at The Loft, because there was a lot of bouncing goin on! Great show!

    December 2, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Concert was awesome from the opening band, City Lives (bought their CD), to Jet Lag Gemini and of course, AAR. It got crazy where I was standing; Bra's were coming off!!

    December 1, 2008

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