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Usher: Past to Present

October 29, 2014
We all know that the famous singer, songwriter, and dancer, Usher, is very talented and extremely successful. But did you know that he got his start at the young age of 11 in an R&B quintet called NuBeginnings? At 13 years old, he competed on Star Search and was signed by LaFace Records. He continued to perform throughout the 90s, the tail end of which gave us the record that launched him into fame, My Way. Since then he has had many Billboard hits and several platinum albums, the combination o... [Read more]

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The Foo Fighters just announced their first concert date for their 2015 tour! In support of their upcoming album, Sonic Highways, Dave Grohl and the gang will be heading to Chicago’s Wrigley Field next August 29th. Sonic Highways contains the same authentic sound that’s come to be expected by the Foo Fighters, who recorded their last album, Wasting Light, in Grohl’s garage to prove that they didn’t need fancy recording equipment to produce quality songs. Sonic Highways has a similar uniqueness ... [Read more]

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Your average Halloween playlist will include classics like "Thriller" and "Monster Mash," and though they're timeless, you want your party to be better than average. Right? Liven things up with some face-melting horror punk and guitar-shredding metal. 1.) "Runnin' With the Devil" – Van Halen 2.) "Dragula" – Rob Zombie 3.) “Halloween” – Dead Kennedys 4.) “Ghouls Night Out” – Misfits 5.) “The Skull Beneath The Skin” – Megadeth 6.) “Pet Sematary” – The Ramones 7.) “Psycho Killer” – The Talking He... [Read more]

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table.onsalesTable {border-collapse: collapse; width="100%";} td {padding-top:.5em; padding-bottom:.5em; padding-right:10px;} td.eventName {font-weight:bold;} h4 {text-align:left} p { margin-top:1em; margin-bottom:1em } Here's a list of the hottest events with dates going on sale this week. Our event of the week is Justin Timberlake. J.T. will be touring the country starting in just one month! So, put on your “Suit and Tie” for your favorite ex-NSYNC singer, and buy your Justin Timberlake tick... [Read more]

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Like the Grateful Dead, most people associate Phish with drugs. In fact, substances are easier to come by in the parking lots of Phish shows than tie-dyed shirts. As journalist Scott Waldman says, “While most of the itinerant herd travels with Phish for the music, every show is essentially an open-air drug market.” However, what newer Phish fans may not know is that lead singer Trey Anastasio is a recovered alcoholic/addict and is currently seven years sober. In December 2006, Anasta... [Read more]

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If you're like me, you often wonder why certain artists and their respective genres of music are so consistently popular. What is that special something that unites fans? Here are a few of my theories concerning Bob Seger and the like: 1.) ‘Merica – Artists like Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, and Tom Petty have long played the nationalism card when it comes to fame. “Heartland Rock” is the official label of their genre of music, characterized by simple melodies and lyrical concer... [Read more]

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This morning arrived with a big announcement – the Who finally released dates for their 2015 tour, and it may be the last chance to see them live. Roger Daltrey recently told Rolling Stone, “[It] will be the last big tour…We intend to go on doing music until we drop, but we have to be realistic about our age. The touring is incredibly grinding on the body and we have to draw a line in the sand somewhere. This will be the last old-fashioned, big tour.” Even more good news for some fans (possibly ... [Read more]
Who is Melissa Etheridge ? Well, I’m not a super-fan, but I do like her music and think she’s pretty rad, so I’ll try to help you out. A Berklee College of Music dropout, this singer/songwriter/guitarist got her start in Los Angeles in the 80s like a lot of rock artists do - by playing in bars. Etheridge released three albums from 1988 to 1992, and broke into the mainstream scene with her fourth album in 1993, allowing her to become one of the most popular rock artists of the 90s. She won two G... [Read more]

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1.) Get some comfy sweaters – Sweaters are necessary as the temperatures start to drop. Whether you rejoice in their versatility or denounce them for their abuse by hipsters, sweaters are undeniably useful. So, do some shopping. Thrift stores are great for both traditional and eccentric finds. Grab some pullovers every color of the rainbow for work; for those of you rocking the Cosby sweater this fall, more power to you. 2.) Read Gothic literature – Classics like Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and ... [Read more]

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