In celebration of rock group Fall Out Boy’s new album, music video network Fuse said it will televise the group’s concert from Chicago Dec. 16.
The one hour concert, Fall Out Boy: Live from The Chicago Theatre will feature cuts from the band’s new album Folie a Deux, including the band’s new single I Don’t Care, according to the network. The concert, taped in the band’s hometown at the historic theatre, will also feature Fall Out Boy hits Sugar, We’re Going Down and Dance, Dance.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Fall Out Boy to commemorate the launch of their newest album and provide fans with a front row ticket, live from the Chicago Theatre and on-air at Fuse,” said Matt Farber, EVP, Programming, Development & Digital in a statement. “As the only national music network, this strengthens our commitment to bring Fuse viewers more live music programming from their favorite artists.”
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