Cobra Starship performed at the 107.9 The End Jingle Ball on December 1. The Radio Channel had an Interview with them backstage. They are talking about Mac Miller, the Thanksgivings Day Parade, Neil Patrick Harris, Justin Bieber and much more! It’s a really funny Interview.
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Cobra Starship performed at the 107.5 The River Acoustic Christmas yesterday (Dec 2). They’ve also had a Meet and Greet with some Winners (Contest from107.5 The River Radio) and Gabe later DJed at the ‘Indugle Nightclub’ in Nashville. The Photos are from 1075theriver.com.
Performance (+ 75 Pictures)
Meet & Greet (+ 17 Pictures)
‘Good Girls Go Bad’
During our Britney Spears Tournament: 30 Videos for 30 Years, we’ve been asking celebrities to tell us what their personal favorite Britney Spears videos are.
” ‘Toxic’!” Gabe Saporta and Victoria Asher of Cobra Starship shouted in unison.
“I don’t know if it’s that the song was so amazing or what,” Gabe said. ” ‘Womanizer’ is amazing!” he added about director Joseph Khan’s follow-up video, which features a similar series of Britney alter egos as a theme.
“I’m going to go with the ‘Slave’ joint,” Nick Cannon said with certainty. “That track was crazy. It was probably my favorite Britney record but then the video … It was all hot and they were sweating. Britney did that!”
“Is it ‘… Baby One More Time’ when she was in the schoolgirl outfit?” “Jersey Shore” star Ronnie asked. “Yeah, that’s it.”
The Emo-popstars first hit the scene in 2006 and are best known for “Good Girls Go Bad,” ft. Gossip Girl’s, Leighton Meester.
The band has been influenced by tons of artists but perhaps the most notable… JT!
“I think Justin Timberlake was a big influence at the beginning of the band… like, kind of our reason for starting it,” says frontman Gabe Saporta.
In August, the synthpop rockers released Night Shades and have since been celebrating the smash hit, “You Make Me Feel,” off the LP.
“It’s our fourth studio album. We wrote it here, at our own studio in New York City, which I think lends itself a little bit to the overall sound of the record,” says Blackinton.
I’ve uploaded the Video of the Interview. They’ve talked about Night Shades, who they got influences by, Gabes Dad Diego and Jay Leno.
Here is a HQ Picture of the Interview:
Source: Life Minute