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March 2, 2006 | August Brown, Times Staff Writer
ON select dates of Hawthorne Heights' upcoming tour with punk pinups Fall Out Boy, singer-guitarist JT Woodruff will call a few fans to join him by the microphone. These fans will be chosen from thousands who wrote to the quintet's online community, thisiswhoweare.org, confessed how they mistreated a boyfriend, girlfriend or best friend and wanted to make an arena-sized apology.
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August 11, 2006 | From the Chicago Tribune
Chicago-based independent music label Victory Records is being sued by its bestselling band, Hawthorne Heights. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court this week, alleges that Victory has failed to account for and pay the band money that is contractually owed to it. And as a result, the band sent a letter terminating its relationship with Victory. "Our departure is anything but amicable," the band said in a statement on its website. "After selling more than 1.
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August 11, 2006 | From the Chicago Tribune
Chicago-based independent music label Victory Records is being sued by its bestselling band, Hawthorne Heights. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court this week, alleges that Victory has failed to account for and pay the band money that is contractually owed to it. And as a result, the band sent a letter terminating its relationship with Victory. "Our departure is anything but amicable," the band said in a statement on its website. "After selling more than 1.
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March 2, 2006 | August Brown, Times Staff Writer
ON select dates of Hawthorne Heights' upcoming tour with punk pinups Fall Out Boy, singer-guitarist JT Woodruff will call a few fans to join him by the microphone. These fans will be chosen from thousands who wrote to the quintet's online community, thisiswhoweare.org, confessed how they mistreated a boyfriend, girlfriend or best friend and wanted to make an arena-sized apology.
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