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Watch Nate Ruess' Marching Band Start a Dance Party in a 'Great Big Storm'It'll take more than deluge of water to suppress Ruess' enthusiasm, especially when a marching band is involved.
Nate Ruess Announces Fall Solo Tour DatesThe tour kicks off this September and runs through November.
Interview: Nate Ruess Lets Himself Get 'Vulnerable' on Solo Debut 'Grand Romantic'Nate Ruess of fun. says his new solo album 'Grand Romantic' is 'relatable' and carries a 'balance' of emotions. He also describes working with Pink.
Nate Ruess Recruits Beck for 'What This World Is Coming To': ListenAnother new song from his upcoming 'Grand Romantic.'
Nate Ruess Previews Rock Hall Performance, Reveals Who Stole the ShowIn advance of the show's television premiere, Nate Ruess told us about his experience performing with Beck in tribute to post-humous inductee Lou Reed.
Nate Ruess Channels fun. with New Song 'Great Big Storm': ListenIn advance of the arrival of his first solo album, Grand Romantic, Nate Ruess is holding on in a great big storm.
Nate Ruess Debuts New Song 'AhHa': ListenIt's the second song released from new album 'Grand Romantic.'
fun.'s Nate Ruess Announces Debut Solo Album 'Grand Romantic'The album is expected out June 16.
Nate Ruess Is 'Nothing Without Love' in His New Solo Single: ListenDon't think Jack Antonoff, who now moonlights as the frontman of Bleachers, is the only member of fun. taking some me-time during the band's break from touring and recording.
fun. Isn't Breaking Up, They're Just Not 'Inspired' to Work Together Right NowDon't believe the rumors. That's at least what the three members of fun.—Andrew Dost, Nate Ruess and Jack Antonoff—are saying in a new message to fans.
Nate Ruess Talks fun.'s New Album: 'It's Moving'Spending much of his time off from music playing golf, the fun. frontman is ready to get back in the studio and record a new full-length.
Radio Feedback: The Hardcore Beginnings of fun.'s Jack AntonoffWith Antonoff accustomed to hearing himself on the airwaves, his earliest memory of hearing one of his own songs on the radio stretched all the way back to his teenage years.