1. 
@brendonurie: Love these dudes. Amazing tour. #gospeltour #goforfriendship #notsurewhattodowithmyhands http://t.co/f3yfthZk8P/s/DFOE

    @brendonurie: Love these dudes. Amazing tour. #gospeltour #goforfriendship #notsurewhattodowithmyhands http://t.co/f3yfthZk8P/s/DFOE

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  2. panicatthedisco:

Thank you to everyone who joined us on The Gospel Tour. We love you all and hope to see you again very soon.

    panicatthedisco:

    Thank you to everyone who joined us on The Gospel Tour. We love you all and hope to see you again very soon.

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  3. ibelieveinthepowerofus:

    Panic! At The Disco frontman brings song, prizes to Vancouver
    Radio contest win nets man $1,000, special performance, 1972 Impala
    By Stevie Mathieu, Columbian assistant metro editor
    Published: August 31, 2014, 8:29 PM

    Max Andersen will have quite a story to tell when classes resume at Evergreen High School this week.

    The frontman from one of her favorite bands, Panic! At The Disco, rolled into the 17-year-old’s apartment complex Sunday afternoon behind the wheel of the red, 1972 Chevrolet Impala convertible from the band’s “Miss Jackson” music video.

    Singer and guitarist Brendon Urie parked the Impala, and while meeting with a group of about a dozen fans, hugged Max and let the Vancouver teen take a selfie with him.

    Max looked at her family and mouthed “oh my god” after embracing the rock star.

    Then Brendon slicked his hair back under his baseball cap, slung a guitar over his shoulder and belted out a couple of songs while standing near the hood of the classic car.

    And that wasn’t all.

    The car was a gift for Max’s father, Neil Andersen, who had won the Impala and the chance to meet Brendon in a nationwide iHeartRadio contest put on by Clear Channel Broadcasting.

    Max might know each word to every Panic! At The Disco song, but Neil said he’s a pretty big fan too.

    "I always loved their music," Neil said. "I now know everything Panic! At The Disco plays."

    Neil said he was driving to work at about 5 a.m. one recent day when the radio station he listens to, 102.3, Alternative Radio for Portland, asked listeners to text in the word “brother.”

    Neil works as an engineering technician for Oregon Aero in Scappoose, Ore., a company that manufactures airplane seats.

    A couple of minutes after he sent the text, Neil got a phone call and learned he had won $1,000. He also was entered into a drawing with 239 other people around the country to win the chance to meet Brendon and get the car.

    Since discovering he won that nationwide contest, “I’ve been riding on cloud nine,” Neil said, adding that some of his coworkers have asked him to buy them lottery tickets because he’s been so lucky.

    On Sunday afternoon, the Andersen family, along with a few friends and neighbors, sang along with Brendon as he performed two songs: “Miss Jackson” and “This is Gospel.” The singer appeared amused by the group’s enthusiasm and broke into a laugh a couple of times as he sang.

    After his brief performance, he joked that the group was better at backup singing than his band. “You guys are loud, that was awesome,” Brendon said.

    Max then gave Brendon a drawing she sketched of him, and admiring the picture, he told her: “You’re super talented. That’s insane.”

    After snapping more photos with his fans and autographing the glove box of the Impala, Brendon ended his 20-minute meetup with the Andersen family and was whisked off to prepare for his evening concert at the McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater in Troutdale, Ore.

    After the star left, Neil said he was happy to see Brendon was “such a standup guy.” He also called Sunday one of the best days of his life.

    An Impala is “one of the cars I’ve always loved, and now I own one.”

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  4. dallonsmiles:

Our fearless and loving leader.

    dallonsmiles:

    Our fearless and loving leader.

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  5. 
4 hours ago · jakegravbrot.com
In August of 2005, a 4 piece band out of Las Vegas began a meteoric rise to the top of the music charts, embarking on their first tour, with some friends of mine who were on their first ever headlining tour. Within 10 months, the status of both of these bands would be drastically different. My friend’s band called it quits in May of 2006 and this 4 piece from Vegas was on the top of the world. They’re still touring, 3 full albums later, having seen lineup changes, marriages, and all the typical internet babble about how they’re “not as good as they were on their first album.” The only constant through all of this, has been the singer, who may as well BE the band at this point. He writes, records, and uses his voice in an incredibly powerful way that actually needs to be seen live to fully appreciate it. I only see him once a year at best anymore, but every time I do, he is always so genuinely nice to be around. I guess at this point, I’ve been around him for around 8 years, on and off, cutting hair for him from Seattle to Austin and yesterday was the first time I’ve photographed for him. Out of all the photos I shot, I believe this one captures him best. He laughs a lot and I caught him absolutely geekin’ out to Wu-Tang Clan on stage behind us. This photo is so full of life and energy, which is why I’m sharing. Here’s Brendon Urie, vocalist for Panic! At The Disco for Day 242 of the #JG365Project, who introduced me to…
    4 hours ago · jakegravbrot.com

    In August of 2005, a 4 piece band out of Las Vegas began a meteoric rise to the top of the music charts, embarking on their first tour, with some friends of mine who were on their first ever headlining tour. Within 10 months, the status of both of these bands would be drastically different. My friend’s band called it quits in May of 2006 and this 4 piece from Vegas was on the top of the world. They’re still touring, 3 full albums later, having seen lineup changes, marriages, and all the typical internet babble about how they’re “not as good as they were on their first album.” The only constant through all of this, has been the singer, who may as well BE the band at this point. He writes, records, and uses his voice in an incredibly powerful way that actually needs to be seen live to fully appreciate it. I only see him once a year at best anymore, but every time I do, he is always so genuinely nice to be around. I guess at this point, I’ve been around him for around 8 years, on and off, cutting hair for him from Seattle to Austin and yesterday was the first time I’ve photographed for him. Out of all the photos I shot, I believe this one captures him best. He laughs a lot and I caught him absolutely geekin’ out to Wu-Tang Clan on stage behind us. This photo is so full of life and energy, which is why I’m sharing. Here’s Brendon Urie, vocalist for Panic! At The Disco for Day 242 of the #JG365Project, who introduced me to…

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  6. ibelieveinthepowerofus:

igobyvictoria
21 minutes ago
@brendonurie @hoeg #patd #bts
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  7. panicatthedisco:

On the way to deliver this car to the winner in Vancouver Washington. 

    panicatthedisco:

    On the way to deliver this car to the winner in Vancouver Washington. 

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  9. bdenjpg:

photo by hoeg

    bdenjpg:

    photo by hoeg

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  12. ibelieveinthepowerofus:

    Two pictures from my show in LA at The Greek.

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