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YAN ROSS BOUGHT HIS C55 MERCEDES three months ago, but it's been parked in his Las Vegas garage ever since. at the Disco guitarist climbs behind the wheel, cues up Tom Waits' new collection and starts pushing buttons on the navigation system, he's still not sure how it all works.
Ross is searching downtown Vegas for Panic's favorite local sandwich chain, Port of Subs, to grab a quick bite before the second-to-last show on the band's arena tour: a sold-out concert at the Orleans Hotel & Casino for 7,500 fans, their families, friends and three-quarters of Fall Out Boy, who flew in from Los Angeles to see their protégés' biggest hometown gig yet.
and that was really talking about me as a single guy -- and now I’m married.” “I like writing about parties –so a lot of this stuff is about parties that I’ve gone to where I’m trying to recall exactly what happened -- kind of in a hangover sense, trying to piece sense together and put it in a song.
“I was shocked at the time but I understand it a bit more now because those guys are having a blast being in that band.
When Ross walks into a strip-mall Port of Subs with drummer Spencer Smith and singer Brendon Urie, both 19, the shop is empty except for two cold-cut slingers, neither of whom recognizes the three local celebrities clamoring to upgrade to combo meals when they hear that ROLLING STONE is picking up the tab.
A few bites into his sandwich — "the Pilgrim," with turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing — Ross rubs his jaw and notes that his wisdom teeth are coming in.
“There’s a line in there – ‘the black magic of Mulholland Drive’ - I’m just describing my favorite scenes of L. - things that I’ve done, friends I’ve been with – it’s a poem to L.
A.” Come back to ETonline on Monday to hear what Brendon says about the band’s brand new song, “Emperor’s New Clothes," it’s accompanying Halloween-inspired video, and his thoughts on a future reunion with his former band-mates.