Straight-edge emo rapper Nothing, Nowhere returns to Tampa this weekend

He once opened for Fall Out Boy at Amalie Arena.

nothing, nowhere. plays Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on November 5, 2017. - Camren Meier
Camren Meier
nothing, nowhere. plays Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on November 5, 2017.
Prolific straight-edge emo rapper Nothing,Nowhere (a.k.a. Joseph Mulherin) has had a fair share of shows in Tampa, but the biggest was easily opening for Fall Out Boy and blackbear back in 2017.

The year following, the 29-year-old was signed to Fueled By Ramen, canceled shows due to anxiety and depression, and made a triumphant return to Tampa at Ybor City’s Orpheum, where he lands once again on Friday night.
Pete Wentz ain’t gonna be there, but Palm Beach’s Poorstacy and guccihighwaters are supporting Mulherin and his touring band.

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