Latest HFSMAS NUTCRACKER
- Night 4 of the HFSmas Nutcracker featuring Basic Vacation, Man Man, New Politics and Switchfoot Check out photos from night 4 of the HFSmas Nutcracker including interviews, performances and more.
- Night 3 of the HFSmas Nutcracker featuring NONONO, MS MR, The 1975 and Twenty One Pilots Check out photos from the sold-out third night of the HFSmas Nutcracker featuring interviews with MS MR, performances, fan photos and more.
- Night 2 of the HFSmas Nutcracker ft. Jimmy Eat World and Diamond Youth Check out some photos from Night 2 of the HFSmas Nutcracker with Diamond Youth and Jimmy Eat World at Rams Head Live!
- HFSmas Nutcracker: Night 1 ft. Panic! At The Disco, Hellogoodbye, and The Colourist Check out photos from the first night of the HFSmas Nutcracker! Fans, interviews, performances and more.
- The HFSmas Nutcracker Is Back - Four Nights, 12 Bands HFS at 97.5 presents the return of a big holiday tradition…THE HFSmas NUTCRACKER! Four nights…twelve bands…at Rams Head Live! Click through to get tickets and all the details.
- This Just In: Basic Vacation "I Believe" Check out a new song by this NYC/Philly indie rock band, and let us know what you think of it.
- Interview: Panic! At The Disco Gets Dark, Channels Kanye West on New Album "I think why some of the songs do have that darkly romantic feel to them is because I was just preparing to get married," singer Brandon Urie said.
- Matt Healy Of The 1975 On America, Cheesesteaks & Dark Boy Bands Matt Healy, singer & founding member of the the band The 1975 dropped by HFS at 97.5 to talk with Neci.
- The 1975 Cover One Directions' 'What Makes You Beautiful.' Why? One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" is a confidence-boosting pop song, but in the very capable hands of The 1975 it becomes a sexy slow jam.
- Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie Undergoes Painful Surgery In New Video For 'This Is Gospel' In the latest single from their fourth LP 'Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die,' singer Brendon Urie undergoes surgery that doesn't seem to go so well.
- Panic At The Disco’s Spencer Smith Quits Tour To Deal With Addiction Despite Panic At The Disco’s success with their new single, “Miss Jackson,” drummer Spencer Smith announced Wednesday that he would pull himself off the band’s tour schedule to work on his sobriety.
- New Politics Bring 'Harlem' To San Diego With Explosive Comic-Con Performance MTV2 decided to change all that, taking over Petco Park with a little help from Denmark's own New Politics and EDM headliner Dillon Francis.