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“Effort Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Success”- Interview with Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside

Seventeen years and seven albums released, Bayside has and continues to touch the lives of their dedicated fans with their music.  Bayside is comprised of Anthony Raneri- vocals/guitar, Jack O’Shea- lead guitar, Nick Ghanbarian- bass, and Chris Gugliemo- drums.  Approaching the two decade mark as

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Joey Lancaster (Belle Noire)

Earlier this year Belle Noire released one of the most emotionally honest and complete records I’ve heard in a long time. In case you missed my interview with Joey from the release you can find that HERE. Once I heard What It Means To Be

Bayside- “Pretty Vacant”

Definitely a part of the pop punk hierarchy, Bayside is releasing their sixth original studio album, Vacancy, this summer. In a recent interview seen below Anthony Raneri states that this new material is probably the “most different” record the band has ever done. Apparently the

#TBT- Bayside- 15th Birthday Tour with Senses Fail, Man Overboard, and Seaway

I’ve loved Bayside ever since middle school so I’ve gone to most of the tours that have made their way to Florida. This was my sixth or seventh time seeing them and it was the first stop on their 15th Birthday Tour. It also happened

KICK START Sunday #17- Nick’s March Playlist

More of what I’ve been listening to since the last playlist installment. This month marked yet another birthday, another Bayside show (I believe thats 6, now), and creative leaps in the world of Teal Cheese. Ill give you a hint: soon, I’ll be using a

NICK’S DECEMBER PLAYLIST!

Some of my favorite tracks of this year and some things that go with them (at least in my mind). A little bit of everything, as usual. LISTEN, ENJOY, SHARE! Love you all, thank you for an amazing first six months of Teal Cheese. Lots