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“Shave Like A Rockstar”‏ – Featuring Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Tyson Ritter of The All-American Rejects

January 28, 2010 by  
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Gillette  today brought together some of the world’s most popular musicians to launch its Gillette UNCUT music film series at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.  Directed by Danny Clinch,  the documentary short films provide viewers with unprecedented backstage access into the worlds of will.i.am, Tim McGraw, Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and the All-American Rejects featuring Tyson Ritter.  The films feature the stars preparing for performances and revealing not only some of their pre-show rituals, but moments of introspection, self-doubt and re-assurance.  Check out the clips below from Tyson Ritter and Mark Hoppus:

The All-American Rejects:

Mark Hoppus:

Each of the films can be found athttp://www.shavelikearockstar..com.  In addition to the Gillette UNCUT series, Gillette has launched “Shave Like a Rock Star,” a series of tongue-in-cheek shaving tutorials featuring the likeness of each artist.

The All-American Rejects Concert Photos/Mohegan Sun, CT

November 16, 2009 by  
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The All-American Rejects
November 6, 2009
Mohegan Sun Arena, CT
Photos by: Mary Ouellette

Tyson Ritter Speaks Out On Recent AAR Canceled Gigs

October 5, 2009 by  
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The All-American Rejects posted a new video to their YouTube channel explaining Tyson Ritter’s recent health problems. With several stories circulating after cancelling a handful of dates on the Blink 182 tour, Tyson took to YouTube to clear up what happened over the past few weeks. Watch Tyson recount the story of getting an infection in his knee that spread to his bloodstream. Although he dropped weight in the hospital, the AAR front man is on his way to recovery after surgery and in great spirits.

AAR’s Tyson Ritter Strikes A Pose, AAR To Act As Part of House Band For MTV Video Awards

September 11, 2009 by  
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The All-American Rejects are gearing up for their guest spot as part of the houseband at the upcoming MTV Video Awards on Sunday.

Tyson showed up early to mug it up for the camera.  The photos below were taken by Miko Lim, famed fashion photographer:

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Tyson Ritter

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Chris Gaylor of The All-American Rejects

February 23, 2009 by  
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aarmainForget about the countdown to Christmas or New Years, for music fans December is all about the countdown to the new album from The All-American Rejects.  For months fans have had December 16th marked on their calendars as the glorious release date of “When the World Comes Down”, the much anticipated third album from AAR.

For the band (Tyson Ritter on vocals, Nick Wheeler on Guitar, Chris Gaylor on drums and Mike Kennerty on guitar) this has the makings of being their best album to date, but they won’t make that claim until their fans love it as much as they do. The band took all the time they needed to write the album and just as long to record it, making it a solid album from start to finish.  They weren’t going to release it until it was a complete album and to AAR that means great songs from start to finish, not one great single and a bunch of filler.

While the first infectious single “Gives You Hell” is already charming the pants off of the music world with its deliciously funny video, the rest of the album offers up hints of the AAR of old as well as some evolution including “Another Heart Calls” – a duet with The Pierces, “Mona Lisa” recorded live in the studio, and the thought provoking “Believe”.

Currently playing some smaller club dates to warm up for the album’s release drummer Chris Gaylor took some time to talk to TWRY about the new album and all things AAR.

Interviewed by: Mary Ouellette | December 2008

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