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Fall Out Boy and O.A.R. are ready to rock during the NHL’s 2015 All-Star Game on Jan. 25 on the NBC Sports Network.
Pop-punk rockers Fall Out Boy will perform during the first intermission of the NHL’s star player showcase in Columbus, Ohio, while jam rockers O.A.R. will take the stage for the second intermission.
They’re the latest celebrity talent to appear at marquee NHL events after Gavin DeGraw and Lee Greenwood performed at the New Year’s Day NHL Winter classic game. Hockey fanatics Cuba Gooding Jr., Eric Stonestreet, Bones‘ David Boreanaz and David Walton presented trophies to winning players during the 2014 NHL Awards in Las Vegas as well.
During the pregame festivities at the upcoming All-Star game, Locksley also will perform their single The Whip, the song performed after every Columbus Blue Jackets goal, during player introductions. The 2015 NHL All-Star Game also will air on the CBC and TVA Sports in Canada.
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