My Favourite Blog Posts of 2016

As 2016 is coming to a close for another year gone by way to quickly with new years eve being almost upon us, I’m travelling back in time and casting my mind back to all the blog posts I have published this year. As luck would have it with time being on my side before 2017 settling in it has given me the perch opportunity to put up and briefly explain a grand selection of some my favourite blog posts I’ve written throughout the start to the very end of this year. Its almost like 5 blog posts wrapped into one.

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Kerrang! Meets Panic! At The Disco (4 Music Special Review) 

This post is one of the best memories I think I ever will have. Because not only did Kerrang! and 4 Music partner to do a special insight to a look at the behind the scenes footage of a Panic! concert which I reviewed, but I was actually there at the time all the way back in January. Taking place in Brixton’s 02 Academy on a cold winters night this was my first time ever seeing P!ATD live and it was like getting two perspective views of the night thanks to this one off special. Because usually when attending live music show you only get the fans perspective from their allocated space enjoying the concert staring at the stage, but this was like knowing what happened in the role of Brendon Urie and everyone behind the scenes which is good for a music business student to get a grasp of. By a mile one of the most hardworked on post composed by myself.

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Louis Tomlinson & Steve Aoki ‘Just Hold On’ X Factor Performance 

On of the most recent of the bunch but one of the most special. Just 2 weeks ago this post went up and has even been the bud that inspired me to think of this post subject as a whole. With the song ‘Just Hold On’ back story and the passion and dedication shown by Louis Tomlinson backed up by Steve Aoki to perform his debut song to millions of the British public after considering what happened was extremely admirable and this post had to be written otherwise I would have been very angry with myself!

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How I Discovered One Direction, Panic! At The Disco & Fall Out Boy 

The 3 bands that are behind the title of my blog where the main focus point here. Considering I have been writing about them even since October 2015 it came to my attention that I never truly gave an explanation for their provided inspiration to begin this thing in the first place. So with some digging old and past memories I finally gave an in depth explanation of how my liking towards each individual band started just so you guys that know of this little project got the chance to understand my back story to see if it was similar to your own in any shape or form. Plus I always love talking about the very early stages of the discovery of all artists I love so this post was definitely heaps of fun to write.

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My Favourite Band Members

Very much similar to my How I Discovered One Direction, Panic! At The Disco & Fall Out Boy post however directing it even further picking out my most liked and favourite members of strictly bands I class myself a fan of. Some names featured here were Louis Tomlinson, Jared Leto, Brendon Urie, Pete Went and Tyler Joseph so if you are reading this now and can correlate to any of these names lets talk about these individuals in the comments below I would love to find out how you defined them as your favourite people in the music world. Be sure to keep your eyes pealed as a part 2 of this series will be coming up in the next couple of weeks. Exciting times ahead for the blog posts!

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Fall Out Boy Reading & Leeds Festival Performance Review

One of the most famous festivals that takes place here in the UK every August band holiday one I have yet to attend but hopefully will in the future. This year regular visitors to the renowned festival Fall Out Boy returned for their one and only UK performance this year and seeing that I am such a big fan of both parties the festival and the co-headlining band this only meant one thing. I think sometimes a selection of my favourite blog posts can be determined by the fact that when my favourite artists come remotely near where my residence is this influences me further to write these posts because it kind of becomes more personal and I feel apart of me is within there somewhere.

There we have it. That brings 2016 to a close here on One Fall Out At The Disco. I hope anyone that sees this whether I know your personally or you are a follower and reader of my post I hope you have a happy new year and I will see you in 2017 for some more creative, exciting blog posts.

Blog Posts Mentioned:

Kerrang! Meets Panic! At The Disco (4 Music Special Review)

Louis Tomlinson & Steve Aoki ‘Just Hold On’ X Factor Performance

How I Discovered One Direction, Panic! At The Disco & Fall Out Boy

My Favourite Band Members

Fall Out Boy Reading & Leeds Festival Performance Review

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3 Comments

  1. December 31, 2016 / 3:01 pm

    Aww these posts are awesome!
    I also love Louis Tomlinson because he is definitely the quirkiest of the band. His persona is confident, unique and he is of course, oh-so-talented. In light of recent events, he has been so, so brave and truly, I am proud to call myself his fan.
    <3

    • December 31, 2016 / 3:11 pm

      Thank you so much! And of course he definitely has an edge to his personality that is very much likeable. Plus I honestly don’t know how he has managed recently.

      • December 31, 2016 / 3:13 pm

        Yup, no one has a clue. But all of us love him and will support him through next year, thats for sure 🙂

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