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Grab Those Boots: Country Thunder festival returning on high note

By Annika Tomlin | October 12, 2021 After a pandemic-dictated delay, Country Thunder is revving up to welcome headliners Dustin Lynch, Old Dominion, Luke Combs and Eric Church, preceded by noteworthy country artists like Ashley...

Planting a Seed: We Came As Romans rediscover its first album on tour

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | October 12, 2021 The Detroit-based metalcore outfit We Came As Romans is leading fans back to its first album, “To Plant a Seed,” on its twice-postponed tour. The jaunt was meant to...

No ‘Lunatic’: Upsahl explores breakup on new album

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | October 24, 2021 Taylor Upsahl is living her best life. She lent her pen to a variety of future hits like Dua Lipa’s Grammy Award-winning “Good in Bed,” and “Happy Endings” by...

From ‘Diamond City’ to B-Lo: G-house’s Bijou gets personal on new EP

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | October 28, 2021 Arizona-bred G-house producer Bijou is one of the genre’s most prolific artists. While others were sulking or trying to fill their time during the quarantine, Bijou got down to...

Spectacular Experience: Pink Floyd laser show keeps legacy in lights

By Sarah Haber | November 5, 2021 David Gilmour’s 12-string chord progression echoes through the speakers emulating a car stereo. As the crisper second guitar joins in, the audience sits in silence. Each in their own...

Healing Songs: Madeline the Person finds solace in new album

By Annika Tomlin | November 8, 2021 Quarantine brought out true emotions and raw talent. Both can be said about rising alt-pop singer-songwriter Madeline the Person. She will be touring for the first time with...

What Makes an Artist: Keshi shows off newfound confidence

By Olivia Munson | November 10, 2021 Vietnamese American singer-songwriter Keshi has not had many opportunities to showcase the talent he has cultivated over the years. In early November, he performed on what could be his...

The Real Deal: Plush defies stereotypes to produce straight-up rock

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | November 11, 2021 The four women of the rock band Plush knew they had to build up momentum for their self-titled debut album. During the pandemic, they released under-the-radar YouTube and Facebook...

Back from the Dead: Halestorm returns to the stage for empowering tour

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | November 11, 2021 Arejay Hale loves Arizona. The Halestorm drummer — and brother to singer Lzzy Hale — revels in the warmth. “I’m not a winter person at all,” he says buoyantly....

These Magic Moments: Bria Skonberg’s music covers the spectrum of emotions

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | November 15, 2021 Trumpeter Bria Skonberg says, lately, her shows channel her melancholic and frustrated feelings. “I had a baby and that’s just totally a life-changing experience on top of life changes...

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