With high-profile tours and a growing fan base, life is looking good for THE STARTING LINE. This is a band who hate being dirty—they keep baby wipes on their showerless tour bus, and right now, they could use some. When their tour manager sees his ashen-faced band on the verge of passing out, he suggests they retire to the air-conditioned bus.
Their own starting line was drawn drawn four years ago, on the tree-lined streets of Philadelphia’s suburbs. If you want to get really angry in the song, you have to think about what’s bothering you.
There’s always stuff I want to say, but I am afraid people would either take it the wrong way or it would get me into trouble. But although the Starting Line seemed on the proverbial fast track, that track was rife with potholes. Jordan Pundik, frontman for New Found Glory, a band who’ve seen their own share of haters during their stints on Warped, explains it succinctly. And in the end, at least for for the Starting Line, again it comes back to the fans, hot or not. The 2006 road show took place in the late winter and early spring, featuring lineups populated by some of the most diverse voices in the scene, including bands like My Chemical Romance, the Used, Underoath, Killswitch Engage, Deftones, Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold and 30 Seconds To Mars. But unlike concertgoers at the Pompano Beach, Florida, stop on the Vans Warped Tour, they didn’t get this way from sloshing around in the temporary swamp created on the marshy fairgrounds by a short, tsunami-like downpour earlier that morning. The foursome are literally pouring with sweat, thanks to the near-100-degree temperature, and caked in mud from the shins down. Watts and Golla (then a drummer) were checking out a mutual friend’s band practice, when said friend suggested they start their own group.


Kelly feeling long enough to catch a performance by Vasoli’s band at a local skatepark. I really liked her, tried getting into a serious relationship with her, and it turns out she was dating one of my good friends at the same time as she was dating me. I have a song where I say her full name, and I am not sure if we are going to be able to do that. It was a slow burn for a band who experienced every other aspect of the industry in fast-forward.
Sure, they were together for barely a year when MP3s posted on the Internet found their way into the hands of We The People, a label with close ties to Drive-Thru. The only thing left was a street-punk hardcore scene in Philly, which wasn’t too accepting of bands like us.
He’s standing in the Pompano Beach mud, ruining a perfectly good pair of sneakers, while waiting for TSL to take the stage. For the next few weeks, we are going to go back in our time capsules to revisit some of the names that not only cemented TOC as a formidable adjunct to Warped Tour's summer mania, but as a festival of great merit curated on its own aesthetic terms.
After reaching what appeared to be overnight success, many critics were left scratching their heads in disbelief and disgust. But here they are, standing at their merchandise booth for more than 40 minutes, signing autographs and taking pictures with nervously giggling, mostly female fans. And, sure, TSL have the symptoms of being just another Nerf-punk band—good enough to get the job done, but not hard enough to do any real damage. Watts and Gryskiewicz discovered they played in bands on the same circuit when they met at a local Olive Garden—Gryskiewicz opted for salad and breadsticks instead of attending a Snatch show at a nearby venue, and bumped into Watts at the restaurant.
Just last year, the foursome were sharing a tour bus with labelmates Allister and Homegrown, only getting to perform on the Warped Tour because their label sponsored a stage.


They signed with We The People, which arranged a showcase for Drive-Thru founders Stefanie and Richard Reines. Vasoli was still in high school, but his mother approached his guidance counselor to find a way for him to get a legitimate degree in the quickest amount of time possible. But it was the way Vasoli entered the picture that could be used as an argument in favor of Internet spam: Watts, then an engineering student at Hartford University in Connecticut, found Vasoli on AOL. It was about a year and a half, or two years ago, [and] we dated only a month, but it was the first girl that I ever really loved. This year, though, they were asked back for the main stage, and this month, they’re headlining the first-ever Drive-Thru national tour. The Reineses thought that, although the band were decently good, they had one glaring flaw. 2003), they were out on the Vans Warped Tour and on a mission to prove they weren’t just another band riding the pop-punk wave.
And if other people know about it, then it makes me feel better and it’s not like reopening the wound.
They also haven’t eaten yet today, not that their steady diet of Pop-Tarts would do much to curb their hunger.



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