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Like A (Concert) Virgin I’ve definitely mentioned my first concert being at the age of five more than once, probably way too much, but I figured it was time that I tell the story behind that occurrence.  My grandpa had passed away earlier that year


Grossly Uninspired If I’m being 100 percent honest, I’m feeling grossly uninspired this week so here’s a playlist of my current favorite songs: 1. “Cry Baby” by The Neighbourhood 2. “Can I Call You Tonight?” by Dayglow 3. “Somebody Else” by The 1975 4. “Crush

Niall Horan | No Judgement | Single Review

Capitol Records Rating: Thumbs Up Niall Horan’s latest release, “No Judgement,” clearly proves the Irish singer’s sound is moving more in the direction of sultry pop on his upcoming sophomore album Heartbreak Weather. The track kicks off with a scorching fingerpicked guitar riff and heavy


Four Eyes I’ve had glasses on my face since the second grade. Starting out, I only had reading glasses but a short two years later my prescription had completely flipped into giving me four eyes for the rest of my life. Of course, as a

Peter Pan flies to Ellie Caulkins Opera House

“I came across this diary when I was in England. It tells the tale of Peter Pan, a story that will be passed on from generation to generation as long as there are those who believe in childhood innocence and the wonderful sense of adventure,” Michael

Artists hitting the road in the new year

2020 tours to look forward to With a new year comes new music, and thus, new tours. Artists big and small are hitting the roads this upcoming concert season, and some are even braving the cold Colorado elements this spring, to bring shows to a


Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust This past weekend, my mom flew into town for a short visit to go to my Lasik consultation (I will no longer have glasses come March 19!) and to see the Colorado Ballet’s rendition of Peter Pan. As you can


“Counting Stars” This past weekend I got to adventure up to Dillon, Colorado with one of my good friends since my sophomore year of college. The main reason for the hour and a half trip was to see the Ice Castles (I really don’t recommend


“Chocolate” This past semester I went to my 21st concert (my concert going experiences became of age long before I did), but I also went to probably the best show out of the other 20. I had wanted to see The 1975 since I heard

Do judge an album by its cover

The saying is that you should never judge a book by its cover. That remains true for album covers because they’re not always an indicator of the music underneath; however, these few albums stood the test of time not only for possessing great music within