Jack White

What a week for the always eye catching Jack White. With the release of his new avant garde album, Boarding House Reach, Jack has drenched his tracks with heavy synthesizers, shuffling drum grooves, bongos, and a couple of new axes. Among those guitars, you may notice a very familiar Ernie Ball Music Man St. Vincent.  Jack White also uses Regular Slinky.

Catch his performance from a Live Nation stream at Warsaw below and Jack White on SNL, August 14th.

The Voidz

Julian Casablancas and The Voidz take The Late Late Show with James Corden on an invisible battlefield with their new single “Qyurryus.” A renegade off kilter song with Clash-like gang vocals, choppy guitars and Auto tune. This single is off their upcoming album Virtue. 

The Voidz play Power and Regular Slinky guitar and Power and Regular Slinky Bass strings.

Panic! At The Disco

Longtime Ernie Ball players Panic! At The Disco stopped by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last week to deliver a commanding performance of their new tune, “Say Amen (Saturday Night).”

Backed by his band and some extra horns, singer Brendon Urie belted the new song from the forthcoming record, Pray For The Wicked, out June 22nd.

Watch the performance below and catch the guys on the road this summer. See those dates here.

Panic! At The Disco uses Power Slinky and Not Even Slinky guitar and Cobalt 5 String Regular Slinky Bass.


Based out of Brighton, UK Ernie Ball goth punkers Creeper came through Los Angeles, CA where they had their United States TV debut on Last Call Live from The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood for a performance of “Misery” and “Hiding with Boys”. Check out the performances below

Creeper play Power Slinky and Regular Slinky Bass

 New Releases

The Weeknd

Back on February 22, the Weeknd posted a photo with the words “My Dear Melancholy, ” written on it and has followed that by dropping a heated 6 track record with a relentless “Kill Bill” type siren in the background weaved between his signature heartbroken sound. Click the photo to listen to the album over Spotify.

The Weeknd plays Regular Slinky guitar strings.


If you haven’t seen the music video for the new single “Thought Contagion” from Muse, be prepared for not only a heavy anthemic track, but an electric visual with dance moves and monster-like hunger.

Muse plays Regular Slinky guitar strings.

Rozwell Kid

Back in 2017, Rozwell Kid sent some ideas to their fans in hopes to assemble a fan-made music video. The outcome was a mix of bizarre and perfection for their track “Boomerang”.

“Boomerang” comes off the band’s latest record, Precious Art. The video is an assembly of footage that Rozwell Kid fans sent in with one very unique and creepy link, the white “Phantom of the Opera” mask.

Watch the wild video below!

Rozwell Kid plays Power Slinky and Regular Slinky guitar and Power Slinky bass.

 The Get Up Kids

For the first time in 7 years, emo vets The Get Up Kids will be releasing new music via Polyvinyl records.

In a teaser video on their social channels, the guys wrote, “So pumped to share that we’ve signed with Polyvinyl! New music coming soon!!!

Check out their teasers via Instagram and Facebook.

The Get Up Kids play Regular Slinky guitar strings.

Tour Announcements

Check out some of the latest announcements of Ernie Ball artists hitting the road this summer!

Social Distortion


Social Distortion plays Paradigm Skinny Top Heavy Bottom guitar strings.

Rise Against W/ AFI, Anti-Flag

Find AFI’s tour dates here.

AFI plays Regular Slinky and Power Slinky guitar and Hybrid and Power Slinky bass strings.

Rise Against plays Skinny Top Heavy Bottom guitar strings and Regular Slinky Bass strings.

Anti-Flag plays Cobalt Skinny Top Heavy Bottom and Cobalt Super Slinky Bass strings.

Rest, Repose


Catch a Music Man Majesty Guitar and StingRay Bass out on the Rest, Repose tour who also uses Not Even and Skinny Top Heavy Bottom guitar strings and custom 60-125 Bass String set.

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