Listen to “Wasting All These Tears” below!
I’ve added pictures from both the interview & performance Cassadee did at Ben & Matt in the Morning on 102.5. Check them out below!
Gallery Links: APPEARANCES > 2013 > BEN & MATT IN THE MORNING ON 102.5 KNIX [INSIDE STUDIO INTERVIEW]- 5/8 [x09]
APPEARANCES > 2013 > BEN & MATT IN THE MORNING ON 102.5 KNIX [LIVE PERFORMANCE]- 5/8 [x24]
I’ve added pictures of Cassadee performing at The Big 98 WSIX. You can see them in the gallery below. Also check out the meet and greet pictures here!
Gallery Links: APPEARANCES > 2013 > THE BIG 98 WSIX- “CASSADEE LIVE” [x24]
Cassadee attended the 14th Annual T.J. Martell Foundation Nashville Best Cellars in Nashville yesterday. 3 HQ pictures from the event have been added to the gallery! I love her hair!
Gallery Links: APPEARANCES > 2013 > 14TH ANNUAL T.J. MARTELL FOUNDATION NASHVILLE BEST CELLARS- 4/29 [x3]
All Time Low, Cassadee Pope and Mayday Parade visited an injured fan at the Boston Medical Center yesterday (April 26th) while in town for the Spring Fever tour.
Lowell High School senior Sydney Corcoran was supposed to be attending the Boston stop of the tour but her plans sadly changed on April 15th after the Boston bombings.
According to the Boston Herald, Sydney and her mother Celeste were standing near the first blast, and the 18-year-old suffered shrapnel injuries that nearly killed her, while her mother, Celeste, lost both legs.
An excerpt from the article can be found below.
Last night, instead of going to the concert with three of her best friends, she was recovering with her mother at Boston Medical Center. But she got a special surprise yesterday when members of two of the bands on the bill — Mayday Parade and All Time Low — dropped in to visit her in the hospital.
“It’s the absolute most sweetest thing anyone could do for anyone,” Sydney’s friend, Sarah Cassella, told the Herald. “She loves them. I’m just so happy she met them. She deserved this. She’s been so excited about this concert. This is like the best thing. She’s so happy that they even did this. It’s unbelievable.”
Derek Sanders, vocalist for Florida-based Mayday Parade, said meeting the teen — who just turned 18 last week — was extremely emotional and touching.
“It was an incredible experience,” the singer told the Herald. “She’s a wonderful person, and her family just showed incredible spirit.
“To see a family that’s been through a life-changing thing like that, you imagine just how devastating it can be,” he continued. “But to see them laughing, smiling, joking and just having hope was so inspiring.”
Source: Alter The Press