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Music is considered to be a universal language. Different genres appeal to different people, but whether they realize it or not, most people have a song that’s important to them.

An important playlist

Story by Emma Allen, staff writer December 28, 2020

Music is considered to be a universal language. Different genres appeal to different people, but whether they realize it or not, most people have a song that’s important to them. Be it attached to a...

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Evolution of artists and fans

Story by Joseph Asher, staff writer February 26, 2020

Every move, decision or mistake that a celebrity makes the world knows about or discovers within seconds. Many fans have slowly but surely developed an unhealthy obsession with the pop culture world, wanting...

Photo Illustration. Junior Reagan Head poses with a vinyl record player to show a continued appreciation for music from the 1980s.

A blast from the past

Story by Ruth Heinemann, staff writer November 13, 2019

Freddie Mercury, Michael Jackson, Madonna and Prince— all musical icons from the 80s. Although it has almost been 40 years, many songs from that time have not lost their significance, so it is not unusual...

Ricky Martin, Camila Cabello, and J Balvin perform during the 61st Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Latin pop culture take over

Story by Andrea Loredo, staff writer October 31, 2019

Latin music has been a big part of the music industry in the United States for the past few years, but it has been overlooked because of the popularity of American artists. Now, Latin artists are getting...

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The burdens of fame

Story by Peyton Sims, staff writer November 18, 2018

Stage lights. Giant crowds. Fans stand in the audience with their hands raised in worship as they sing along with their favorite Christian singer. Fame can be viewed as a hassle, but when someone is known...

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On beat with the summer heat

Story by Peyton Sims, staff writer August 13, 2018

Hands thrown in the air, teenagers singing along with their favorite artists and positive energy radiating around the stadium. Concerts are events multiple teenagers look forward to. Summertime is for...

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Yeezy Season

Story by Nick Mitchell, staff writer May 31, 2018

I’m gonna let you finish but, Kanye West is back in the building. On April 13, 2018, music and fashion phenom Kanye West made his return to the known world. After being closed off from Twitter and...

Sophomore Grey Johnson is contemplating his thoughts of two brass instruments. He has decided which instrument to start playing first.

Decisions, decisions

Story by Grey Johnson, entertainment editor May 17, 2018

It’s common amongst a group of students for someone to have a passion for music. Whether they actually play an instrument or listen to songs, music is heard by many people. So, if someone wanted to take...

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A Rising ‘Star’

Story by Hollan Borowitz, staff writer May 10, 2018

Andrew Bazzi, known by his last name, may be a new name on the music scene, but his talent is skyrocketing him to international fame. His debut album, “COSMIC” came out on April 12 and did not disappoint....

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‘Ember’ lights up fan’s reactions

Story by Langley Leverett, editor in chief April 26, 2018

Gritty and brutally raw in emotion, Breaking Benjamin has released their sixth studio album dubbed “Ember,” on April 13, and has consecutively tacked itself onto the Billboard top 200 at third place....

Learning music “for dummies”

Learning music “for dummies”

Story by Matthew Martin, staff writer April 20, 2018

“Is that note flat or sharp?” “What measure are we on?” “What count do we come in on?” “Check the time signature and the key.” “What type of ancient language is that?”...

Musician Keith Tubbs expresses the importance of loving ones passions despite obstacles. He is dedicated to pursuing lyrical writing and folk-indie music. Submitted photo

Write for someone, not anyone

Story by Langley Leverett, editor in chief April 12, 2018

In every city there’s an underground current constantly flowing, an atmosphere of intense competition intertwined with art- a silent rivalry centered on who can speak the best truth. Although creativity...

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