Tag Archives: music

Review: Colorado Rising flood relief concert raises over $650,000 while providing top-notch entertainment

By Keile Kropf, editor Last Sunday night’s concert at the 1st Bank Center was one to remember, for more reasons than one. Featuring popular headliners Dave Matthews, The Fray, The Lumineers and Big Head Todd and the Monsters, along with … Continue reading

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Review: Taylor Swift’s new album is a repeat offender

By Chandler Baker, staff writer According to Nielsen Sound Scan, big time country/pop star Taylor Swift’s new album Red sold over 1.2 million copies in its first week. However, the question that I ponder is whether or not Swift’s album … Continue reading

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Review: The Killers’ new disc ‘Battle Born’ worth the wait

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief The wait was the worth the while. The Killers have come out with their fourth studio album, Battle Born, to worldwide critical acclaim. The album was released on Sept. 17, four years after their last album, … Continue reading

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Formerly known as the Brown Sisters, Flatiron Junction sings to support school fund-raisers

By Chandler Baker, staff writer Junior Abby Brown, sophomore Sarah Brown and their little sister Audrey Brown prepared their vocal cords to fund-raise for the Boulder Valley girls lacrosse team on April 25 at Martino’s, a restaurant in Lafayette. “We … Continue reading

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Owl Poll: Music Festivals

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Summer welcomes the celebration of music as concert-goers begin to anticipate upcoming festivals

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor Throughout the year, there are a plethora of music festivals, but summer is when most young adults and teenagers take the journey to local and far-off festivals. The trend of festivals isn’t anything new; many … Continue reading

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Boulder High students react to suspected overdose death of recording artist, actress, producer and model Whitney Houston

By Chandler Baker, staff writer One of the world’s most celebrated singers/actresses of all time, Whitney Houston’s life was honored on Feb. 12 at the 54th annual Grammy Awards. Celebrities from Nicki Minaj to Paul McCartney reminisced about the talented … Continue reading

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Opinion: During Super Bowl performance, I didn’t LUV Madonna

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor The Super Bowl is anticipated by most everyone. For some, it’s purely for the football while for others, it’s for the million dollar commercials and the allure of the half time show. The half time … Continue reading

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Review: People Under the Stairs keep it real at the Fox Theater

By Loic Guegan, staff writer People Under the Stairs didn’t disappoint on Jan. 25 at the Fox Theater In Boulder. The concert also included guest Prime Element, who has also performed shows with Dilated People as well as well-known hip … Continue reading

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BHS orchestra invited to attend, perform at Colorado Music Educators Conference at Broadmoor in Colorado Springs

By Eliot Meade, staff writer The Boulder High School orchestra performed with Centennial Middle School at the Macky Auditorium on Wednesday as a preview to their attendance at the Colorado Music Educators Conference this weekend  Although Boulder High performs at … Continue reading

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