Panic! at the Disco
Mamma Mia! Mamma Mia! Panic! At The Disco brought down the house while honoring one of the greatest rock bands of all time. Watch the performance here!
That should get fans’ hopes up. In fact, it sent Brendon Urie soaring, as the Panic! At The Disco frontman flew over the screaming crowd at the MTV Video Music Awards while performing their hit, ‘High Hopes.’
Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie is heading to Broadway, and we caught him in the five spare minutes he had between that and the wildly successful ‘Death of a Bachelor’ tour. Here, he reflects on the amazing journey that got him to a sold-out Madison Square Garden show.
Swoon! Panic! At The Disco’s fans were certainly seeing stars because their cover of The Weeknd’s ‘Starboy’ absolutely slayed. Brendon Urie and the rest of the boys pulled out their amazing rendition of the R&B jam, and it’s to die for. Click to watch!
OMG! Panic At The Disco enlisted ‘Stranger Things’ star Noah Schnapp (aka Will Bynes) for their new music video, and it’s actually even creepier than the hit Netflix show. Click inside to watch ‘LA Devotee’!
Rejoice, Panic! At The Disco fans! The band has released a brand new single, ‘Hallelujah.’ Listen to this spiritual anthem, one that will get everyone up on their feet and feeling glad to be alive!
Fans of Panic! At The Disco are throwing up their hands and shouting for joy. The band surprised the world by dropping a brand new track, giving everyone a reason to say “Hallelujah!” If you’re feeling down in the dumps and need a pick-me up, click to listen to the pop-rock band’s brand new inspirational song!
Panic! At The Disco has been completely killing their rendition of Queen’s classic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ throughout their ‘Gospel Tour,’ which came to an end on August 28. However, fans can relive with a brand new live video.
It’s been 38 years since Queen came out with “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and while many have tried, Panic! At The Disco may be one of the only bands to be able to completely pull it off. If you weren’t lucky enough to be there on their tour to see their cover, trust us — you’ll want to watch this video!
‘Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die’ is Panic! At the Disco’s fourth album, and lead vocalist Brendon Urie just hopes people will be inspired, excited, and of course, want to dance. The record is available on Oct. 8 and HollywoodLife.com exclusively spoke with Brendon to get a sneak peek of what to expect.
Brendon Urie, 26 has been part of Panic! At the Disco for nearly ten years, and now he’s revealing his pre-concert rituals, what it’s like hanging out with Fall Out Boy and just how it feels to be compared to other boy bands like One Direction.
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