PICS: New Found Glory at House of Blues

Since 1997, New Found Glory have been pumping out high energy pop punk, and they’re still going strong. They headlined House of Blues on Sunday, Nov. 26.

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The band first formed in Coral Springs, Florida.
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If you're lucky, however, you can sometimes catch lead singer Jordan Pundik at a Dark Horse Coffee Roasters near you.
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Bassist Ian Grushka has been with the band since its inception.
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A little view from the packed rafters.
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Guitarist Chad Gilbert was the last of the original members to join as they were starting out as a five-piece.
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And yes, they played almost all of the hits.
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New Found Glory were instrumental players in the second wave of pop punk during the late '90s.
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Along with Blink-182, they helped shape the pop punk genre as a whole.
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Shortly after releasing their debut EP, Cyrus Bolooki replaced Joe Marino on drums.
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In April, the band released its newest album, "Makes Me Sick."
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We can only hope that they really do keep going forever.
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