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A healthy prognosis for pop punk

By Scott McLennan
Globe Correspondent / October 29, 2011

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New Found Glory dubbed its current tour “Pop Punk’s Not Dead,’’ yet during a tightly packed and animated show Thursday at House of Blues one had to wonder whether pop-punk had ever been ailing. If anything, pop-punk seems better defined, no longer sharing quarters with emo, screamo and melodic hardcore. The tour underscored the grassroots support keeping pop-punk afloat, as well as the fan loyalty that has swelled enough to pull the genre out of VFW halls and church basements.

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NEW FOUND GLORY

With: Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, Man Overboard, This Time Next Year

At: House of Blues, Thursday