Legendary nineties-era emo band and Ernie Ball artists American Football released their second LP today, a full seventeen years after dropping their self-titled debut back in 1999.
Guitar Strings July Talk uses Ernie Ball strings. Do you? Try a set.
Guitar Strings Jimmy Eat World use Ernie Ball strings. Do you? Try a set.
The 30th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concert takes place this weekend at Northern California’s Shoreline Amphitheatre, and Ernie Ball artists Metallica and Cage The Elephant are scheduled to perform.
When Ben Barlow, singer for Welsh band and Ernie Ball artists Neck Deep, had to leave their “Made To Destroy” tour early due to the passing of his father, the band thought they might have to cancel the rest of their tour dates. Until, that is, their tour mates, crew and friends jumped in to help out.
A trio of new albums were released today which feature tones created with the help of Ernie Ball Slinky guitar strings.
The Desert Trip Festival, AKA “Oldchella,” kicks off its second weekend tomorrow. The event, held at the Empire Polo Club in Coachella, CA (where our factory just so happens to be located…), features sets from such legendary acts as The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and The Who.
Ernie Ball artists Avenged Sevenfold are back with their first new music in several years, releasing the eight-and-a-half minute epic song “The Stage” early this morning.
Ernie Ball artists 311 are celebrating the anniversary of the release of their Soundsystem record, which dropped 17 years ago today. The follow up to 1997’s Transistor, the band’s fifth record was released on October 12, 1999 and was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, peaking at #9 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Following last week’s release of their new record “Revolution Radio,” Ernie Ball artists Green Day have announced a 24-date US arena tour with fellow Ernie Ball artists Against Me!