concert review

All photos by Nolan Shumate Wilco has been a band for longer than I’ve been alive, and it shows.  To peel back the curtain a little bit, this was the first show I ever covered. Talking about music is something I’ve always done, and writing about music is something that I’ve always been interested in. […]

The crisp weather and fading daylight did not dissuade fans from flocking to see the band COIN in Louisville on the last night of their headlining tour. The indie-pop band is a unique sight to see live; formed in Nashville, a city synonymous with country, COIN delivers fresh pop-laden beats and high energy tunes. Time […]

Back in the year 2002, the boy genius himself Jimmy Neutron was captivating the hearts of myself and many other small children across the nation. This was my very first introduction to a band that would have many staple songs throughout my life. In 2003, Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis graced the silver screen […]

(Words and Photos by Chris Ramos) As the remaining members in the crowd feverishly waited for an encore that they chanted for, over and over again, guitarist Andy White walks out onto the stage.  The crowd begins to cheer and those that hadn’t yet exited the ballroom, slowly gravitate back towards the stage to see […]

I’ve listened to my fair share of psychedelic rock. I can listen to Jimi Hendrix and Cream with the best of them. If you ask me about Pink Floyd, I could go on for an hour about how “Atom Heart Mother” should be their most celebrated piece of work, but that’s a story for another […]

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 […]

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 […]

Photos by Jenn Noga Cleveland’s House of Blues was blue on Friday night, but not for the reason you may think. Kingston, Ontario’s The Glorious Sons took the stage as direct support for The Struts on their 2018 U.S. tour to showcase their sophomore album Young Beauties and Fools and spread their unique musical blend […]

Shows are so much more enjoyable when both the opening and main the acts are talented. New Politics just began their tour with Dreamers and The Wrecks, kicking off at the House of Blues in Cleveland on Friday. Each performance was full of energy and dancing. The Wrecks opened with a lively set, getting the […]


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