The Dollyrots are kicking off a mini tour run through their home state of Florida with HR from Bad Brains and Human Rights. Shows start on December 13 and tickets are available at

The band is also in the middle of their annual “12 Days of Dollyrots” holiday giveaways, check out their social media to win cool stuff. New song “The Dollyrots Do Christmas” is available now and has been named one of the Top Holidays Songs of 2018 by The Huffington Post:

Check out “The Dollyrots Do Christmas” here:

This summer during a US tour run and a trek on the Van’s Warped Tour the duo released a limited edition, half red/half blue vinyl 7-inch single on Little Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records. The release includes a new original song, “Get Radical, and their unique take on Rancid’s hit “Ruby Soho.”  The 7-inch is available on the band’s official online store and digital is available everywhere. Get Radical” is currently up for Coolest Song In The World 2018 at, voting closes Dec 23rdand you can vote once a day until then, cast your vote here:

Once again Bowling for Soup and the Dollyrots are joining forces, they have been friends and tour-mates for over decade, so it only makes sense that after years of hearing and singing each other’s songs a special musical collaboration would emerge. Jaret and Kelly’s duets album Sittin’ In A Tree was produced by Linus of Hollywood and will be out on February 22, 2019. Pre-order the album here:

Catch Kelly on “Coolest Conversations with the Mighty Manfred” airing Friday December 21st on the Mighty Manfred show on Sirius XM.

See the Dollyrots with HR from Bad Brains and Human Rights in the following cities:

12/13 – DeLand, FL – Cafe Da Vinci

12/14 – Tampa, FL – Brass Mug

12/15 – Stuart, FL – Terra Fermata

12/16 – Melbourne, FL – Debauchery

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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