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Pete and Ashlee
- Me, Myself, and I
- This is for people who love and support Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz
LIKE IT?? ADD it then
DONT LIKE IT?? then get the fuck off this page, and dont even waste your time leaving your opinion. yeh we're harsh, get over it ^^
Please add if you love/support Pete, Ashlee, or Fall Out Boy!
~ i dont care if i get hate for this..
but to be honest i love Pete and FOB way better then Ashlee. S. but i figured that if she makes him happy then FOB or Pete fans may be happy for him.... if you get what i mean.
btw: it just started so give it a chance! and add it!
Peter Lewis Kingston Wentz III born June 5, 1979 in Wilmette, Illinois, is the bassist, back-up vocalist, and primary lyricist of Chicago-based band Fall Out Boy.
He attended New Trier High School and North Shore Country Day School, where he was an all-state soccer player. After graduating from high school in 1997, he attended DePaul University where he studied political science, dropping out one semester shy of graduation to focus more on music.
Wentz recalled in a Rolling Stone interview that his earliest musical memory was listening to The Foundations' song "Build Me Up Buttercup" in the back of his dad's car.
Wentz was primarily involved in the Chicago hardcore punk scene and was in several bands in the late 1990s. These included First Born, Arma Angelus (with Tim McIlrath, frontman of Rise Against), Yellow Road Priest, and Racetraitor. He and Arma Angelus' bassist Joe Trohman founded the pop-punk band Fall Out Boy after Trohman introduced Pete to a musical acquaintance, Patrick Stump. Andy Hurley agreed to drum part-time, but only joined the band full-time later. In 2004, Arma Angelus, the band in which Wentz was the vocalist/screamer, played its last show.
In 2002, Fall Out Boy released an EP called Fall Out Boy/Project Rocket Split EP. Soon after, in 2003, the band released Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend on Uprising Records. This album would later be digitally remastered and reissued after the band's second, more successful full-album release Take This To Your Grave, on the independent label Fueled by Ramen Records. Later in 2003, Wentz and the rest of his bandmates signed with Island Records and in 2004 released an acoustic EP and DVD entitled, My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My Tongue through the new label.
Pete has written a book entitled The Boy With the Thorn In His Side, which is a story based on nightmares he had as a child. The title is a reference to a track on The Smiths' album The Queen Is Dead. He has another book titled, "Rainy Day Kids," which was scheduled to be released February 14, 2006, but has been postponed. It is said to be published in summer 2007. In addition, Wentz is currently co-writing another book with William Beckett of The Academy Is....
Wentz's company, Clandestine Industries, distributes books and clothing and other merchandise. On August 2, 2007, fashion company DKNY joined a partnership with Clandestine Industries. Pete has served as a model on the DKNY/Clandestine promo website. The clothing line, which consists of Skinny Jeans, Shirts and Hoodies, it will make its appearance on Septemeber 6th in the Macy's Herald Square, with Pete signing autographs for any fans that buy his new line of clothing.
He owns his own imprint of Fueled by Ramen, Decaydance Records, which has signed several bands, including: Panic! at the Disco,Sweet Blood Stacy. And other models at Buzznet , Gym Class Heroes, Cobra Starship, October Fall, Lifetime, and The Cab. Wentz's tattoo on his pelvis, the Bartskull, is the logo for Decaydance Records, Clandestine Industries, and Bartskull Films.
He also has a film production company called Bartskull Films, which put out the DVD Release the Bats, which stars Pete, the rest of Fall Out Boy, and several of his personal friends. The sequel is currently in the works.
In April 2007, Pete came out with his own signature Squier Precision Bass. It has a black body with a red shell pickguard and special graphics that include Petes own red bat/heart design on the body, plus a black bat/diamond fingerboard inlay at the 12th fret. It also features Petes signature on the back of the headstock.
Pete opened a nightclub in New York with Fall Out Boy as well as members of Gym Class Heroes, The Academy Is..., and Cobra Starship; the bands' managers are also involved in the enterprise. Called Angels & Kings, the club occupies the former space that housed the Orchid Lounge, on 11th Street near Avenue A. Notable guests, such as Tommy Hilfiger, arrived for t
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Ashlee Nicole Simpson was born October 3, 1984 in Dallas, Texas. She is a singer, songwriter, and actress, and younger sister of Jessica Simpson. Her first album was Autobiography.
Ashlee started studying dance when she was only four years old, and at 11, became the youngest person ever admitted to the School of American Ballet. It wasn't long before she was dancing professionally, and it was Jessica who gave Ashlee her first big break. Ashlee became a part of Jessica's stage show, dancing in the background and supporting her sister.
In 2001, Ashlee began acting, landing small roles in television shows and movies (she was in one episode of Malcolm in the Middle, and even had a bit part opposite Rob Schneider in The Hot Chick). Ashlee's big break came in 2002 when she was cast as Simon Camden's love interest on 7th Heaven. While that role showed that Ashlee could act, it didn't change the fact that what she really wanted to do was sing. Ashlee has songs on the freaky Friday soundtrack.
Geffen Records signed Ashlee to a music deal in 2003 and she began working on her first album immediately. Because Jessica was having so much success with her show Newlyweds, Ashlee decided to go the reality TV route as well. Her series, called The Ashlee Simpson Show, premiered in June of 2004 on MTV and documented the entire process of making an album - from writing the songs to recording them. When Autobiography was released in July 2004, it went straight to number one.
Ashlee used to date fellow singer Ryan Cabrera, but the couple broke up due to their gruelling work schedules.
After Ashlee hit it big, the first thing she bought was a Lexus convertible.
The biggest influence on Ashlee's look and music is No Doubt's Gwen Stefani.
Ashlee's favorite song from Autobiography is Undiscovered, which still makes her cry when she sings it. The song was also featured on the Undiscovered movie soundtrack
"I was always, like, the younger sister. And she (Jessica), like, sang since she was really young. So I danced and I was acting and all that stuff. And when I would sing, I would sing alone in my room."
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