The 2000s: Yellowcard — Ocean Avenue
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, Jake and Blake take you to a place off Ocean Avenue to sit and talk with you about Yellowcard’s 2003 album named for a street in Jacksonville, not Los Angeles. That mistake is one of two personal stories the hosts share on this one, the second of which is far more embarrassing. Find out more about Yellowcard’s path from the home of the Jaguars to L.A., how they incorporated violin so effectively into an otherwise standard pop-punk sound, and why the hosts think Yellowcard are the Paul George of early-2000s bands in this genre on this week’s podcast.
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