Concert Reviews

Personable and passionate is an understatement for the show this band puts on. Hailing from Perth, Australia, the Faim is making a global name for themselves when it comes to rock and roll. The group is serving as direct support for Andy black on his Ghost of North America tour, and they certainly are making […]

Last Thursday American Authors graced the student green with an hour-long set, featuring their old and new hits alike. They were welcomed as part of Kent State University’s Flash Fest – our annual spring festival – and they didn’t disappoint. Most known for their single, “Best Day of My Life” which was strategically placed at the […]

It’s few and far between that you watch an act on a competition show like America’s Got Talent actually have and hold success after the show is over — and even less likely if the act didn’t even win. We Three is an exception to this and have managed to steal all of our hearts […]

  John Maus is one of the most interesting characters in modern music. His deep, monotone singing voice in his music heavily contrasts with his sporadic behavior onstage and in interviews. Maus’s live performances bring completely new energy into his music, and puts the songs into a  different context. Simple synth-pop tunes become emotional roller-coasters […]

If I had two words to describe the 3OH!3 and Emo Nite Want House Party Tour at the House of Blues Cleveland on Nov. 29, 2018, it would be “unique insanity.” The stage was set up like a typical living room in some random house. There was a sofa in the middle of the stage […]

By: Madison Brattoli & Jenna Langan   Best known for his role as Darryl on The Office and other television shows and movies like Pineapple Express, Hot Tub Time Machine, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and This is the End. He completely sold out all four of his shows that spread across the weekend. The comedy shows were […]

The year was 1998.  Legendary crooner Frank Sinatra left the mortal coil, Google came into existence, and the alternative band, Garbage, released their sophomore album, Version 2.0.  When I first heard this album, I instantly became a fan of Garbage.  A year later, I saw them for the first time in concert. Thanks to being […]

By Jenna Langan and Madison Brattoli What happens when you buy last minute tickets to a music festival from a man in the middle of a Hooters   We found ourselves in Austin, Texas, for a public relations conference during the same time as Austin City Limits. So, with that being said, we did the […]

by Augusta Battoclette (casual fan) and Jessie Roos (superfan) Augusta Battoclette Ed Sheeran came on stage by himself in Pittsburgh last Saturday night after openers Anne Marie and Snow Patrol each respectively got the crowd warmed up in their sets. Armed with just a foot loop pedal, his guitar, his voice and a microphone, Sheeran […]

Photo Courtesy of 10x24seven Taylor Swift’s music has been playing in my household since I was seven and at 19 she was playing right in front of me. Walking into the venue, you could feel the excitement buzzing around.Each showgoer was given an electronic bracelet and was told it was a gift from Taylor. Even […]


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