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Reel Big Fish add more dates to the third leg of the Don’t Stop Skankin’ tour

Ska legends Reel Big Fish have announced some additional dates for the third leg of “The Don’t Stop Skankin’ Tour.”  After their stops in the US and Amnesia Rockfest in Canada, the fishes will be swimming across the pond for some UK and European dates.

You can check out the full list of dates below.

Reel Big Fish’s latest album “Candy Coated Fury” was released in July, 2012 on Rock Ridge Music.

Punk Rock Holiday 1.4 announces full line-up

Slovenian music festival, Punk Rock Holiday has announced the full line up for this year. The roster includes Reel Big Fish, The Real McKenzies, SNFU, and Guttermouth. There are more bands to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

Punk Rock Holiday will run August 5th-9th, 2014 in Tolmin, Slovenia. For more information, head over to the official website.

Live Video: Reel Big Fish covering The Offspring’s “Self Esteem”

Ska legends Reel Big Fish played a cover version of The Offspring classic “Self Esteem” while performing their own classic song “Beer” last Wednesday (February 5th) in Glasgow.

You can watch the performance below (sorry about the video quality).

Reel Big Fish’s latest album Candy Coated Fury was released in July, 2012 on Rock Ridge Music. They’re currently in the middle of a UK tour with Less Than Jake and Zebrahead.

Y Not Festival (UK) announces lineup: Reel Big Fish, Andrew W.K., Cerebral Ballzy

Y Not Festival has announced the first batch of bands that will be performing at the fest which takes place August 1st-3rd in Derbyshire, UK. The lineup includes Reel Big Fish,  Andrew W.K.Cerebral Ballzy, and many others. Check out the official video announcement below.

Reel Big Fish announces third leg of “The Don’t Stop Skanking” tour

Ska legends Reel Big Fish have announced the third leg of “The Don’t Stop Skanking Tour.”

You can check out the dates below.

Reel Big Fish’s latest album “Candy Coated Fury” was released in July, 2012 on Rock Ridge Music.

Reel Big Fish announced 2nd leg of “The Don’t Stop Skankin’ Tour” w/ Suburban Legends, The Maxies & more

With the first leg of “The Don’t Stop Skankin’ Tour” wrapping up tonight at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, Ska legends Reel Big Fish have announced the second leg of the tour, which will also feature Suburban Legends, The Maxies, Mighty Mongo, and The Pietasters!

Details on when and where the tour will be stopping next January can be found below.

Reel Big Fish’s latest album “Candy Coated Fury” was released in July, 2012 on Rock Ridge Music. You can check out our review & photo gallery from the St. Pete, Florida stop on the first leg of “The Don’t Stop Skankin’ Tour” right here.

Show Review/Photo Gallery: Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger in St. Pete, FL (11/2/13)

If I had to limit my description of the St. Pete, Florida stop on Goldfinger and Reel Big Fish‘s Don’t Stop Skankin’ co-headlining tour to one word, that word would be skalicious!

Goldfinger, featuring MxPx‘s Mike Herrera on bass, played an action-packed set full of old school classics, taken mostly from their timeless self-titled debut and 1997’s “Hang Ups,” and it was apparent that everyone in the crowd loved it.

At one point, frontman John Feldmann invited anyone who knew the lyrics to “Mable” to sing along, causing everyone in the audience to storm the stage. Some made it past the security guards posted up between the stage and the audience; others weren’t as lucky and ended up being put in awfully violent looking headlocks and promptly thrown back into the crowd.

And you know damn well a Twinkie was eaten out of Darrin’s ass.

Though many people seemed to think Reel Big Fish’s performance paled in comparison with Goldfinger’s, I honestly don’t think this was the case. RBF has a certain swagger (no, not this kind of swagger) where they can just come on stage and effortlessly put on an amazing show.

They play all the songs everyone loves and they do a damn good job of playing them. So what if Aaron isn’t jumping around like a maniac? The guy’s almost 40 years old, for Christ’s sake. I honestly have no idea how the hell John Feldmann still does it. The dude’s crazy!

Anyway, now that all that I got all that nonsense out of the way, I guess it’s time to mention that I did a little picture taking at the show! You can check out a full gallery of photos I got below.

The stage at Jannus Live (the venue the show took place at) is a fucking mile off the ground and I’m vertically challenged to say the least, so it’s always a bitch doing this kinda thing there; especially when one of the band’s you’re shooting (fancy photographer lingo for taking pictures) decides they need to line the edge of the stage with a dozen monitors. Wait… why are you still reading this? Just look at the damn pictures already!

Oh yeah, if you’re in the mood for some skanking, head on over here to see when/where this tour will be stopping in the next two weeks.

Dan Regan announces departure from Reel Big Fish

Reel Big Fish trombonist Dan Regan has announced that he has decided to leave the long-running ska band. The band made the announcement via Facebook, while also letting Dan have his say and explain his decision. You can read Regan’s official statement below.

Reel Big Fish released their eighth studio album (and final album with Regan), Candy Coated Fury in August 2012 through Rock Ridge Music.

Millencolin, Reel Big Fish & more added to Warped Tour Australia 2013 lineup

Millencolin, Reel Big Fish, Hands Like Houses, The Amity Affliction, and a couple other bands have been added to the lineup for the 2013 edition of Warped Tour Australia.

You can get your tickets to the tour, which will feature The OffspringNew Found Glory, The Used, etc. right here.

There’ll probably be more lineup announcements coming in the near future, so we’ll keep you posted as details on more bands being added to the tour come to light.

Reel Big Fish cancel South American tour

More fallout from the implosion of the WROS Fest in Brazil. (If you’re not in the loop, WROS Fest was due to take place this weekend and feature bands like Hot Water Music, Pulley and, of course RBF. But due to what appears to be the promoter flaking on securing work visas for the bands, the fest has been “postponed” until December, though the lineup will be different.)

Anyway, OC ska-punk stalwarts Reel Big Fish had put together a short run of South American tour dates around the WROS Fest, but have not cancelled all such shows. Here’s the band’s statement:

Our South America tour dates have been cancelled.
Regretfully, we will not be performing at WROS as originally scheduled, due to issues caused by the Promoter which are outside of our control.
We are very disappointed that we are not able to come and play those shows for you and we know how disappointed you are too. We appreciate the support of our fans and hope we can get back down to play for you all soon!

We’ll keep you posted on any more cancellations, and any more fallout from the WROS Fest.

Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger to tour together in November

Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger will be embarking on an eleven-date U.S. tour together this coming November. You can find all the dates here.

Reel Big Fish released their latest album, Candy Coated Fury, a year ago on Rock Ridge. Goldfinger are reportedly gearing up to release a new album, which will be their first since 2008’s Hello Destiny.

Reel Big Fish tour bus hit by drunk driver

While on the road for the Van’s Warped Tour, ska outfit Reel Big Fish‘s tour bus was reportedly involved in an accident with a drunk driver, according to a picture posted by tourmates Big D & The Kids Table:

“Thank the gods that Music Saves Lives & Reel Big Fish are okay after being hit by a drunk driver last night.”

Glad to hear that nobody was injured, and we wish the band well as they get back on the road.

Reel Big Fish release live music video for “Everyone Else Is An Asshole”

Orange County ska-punk stalwarts Reel Big Fish have released a music video for their song “Everyone Else Is An Asshole,” consisting of live footage from some of the west coast stops on this year’s Warped Tour.

You can check it out right here.

“Everyone Else Is An Asshole” appears on the band’s latest album “Candy Coated Fury,” which was released in August, 2012 on Rock Ridge Music.

Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish to co-headline 2014 UK tour

Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish have announced their 2014 co-headlining UK tour with Zebrahead.

To view a list of tour dates, click here.

Less Than Jake recently finished recording their new album, which is being released on Fat Wreck Chords. Reel Big Fish last released “Candy Coated Fury” in July, 2012.

Video: Warped Tour 02 Documentary featuring NOFX, Bad Religion, Reel Big Fish, Lagwagon, Flogging Molly

Ever get nostalgic for the Warped Tours of the past? If you do, and you have about an hour and a half of free time, go here and check out a documentary on the 2002 Warped Tour.

The video features the bands of that year, including NOFX, Reel Big Fish, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, and Flogging Molly.