Post Tagged with: "Music"

Selena was honored posthumously with a Hollywood star for her long-lasting impact on the Tejano music genre. (Courtesy of UPI)

Selena awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

November 14, 2017

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By Victoria Vidales | Staff Writer Back in October, it was announced that the late singer Selena Quintanilla-Pérez would receive a star on the Hollywood… Read More ›

Karla Kane’s musical career developed while at Saint Mary’s College. (Courtesy of Aaron Rubin)

Saint Mary’s alumna, Karla Kane, releases new album

October 3, 2017

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By Kali Kushner | Culture Editor From the hills of the Bay to the halls of Cardiff, Karla Kane continues to reveal her lyrical talent… Read More ›

KSMC starts “listening parties” to bring DJs together

October 3, 2017

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By Kyle Brown | Contributing Writer During the school week, from the early hours of breakfast through late night cramming for tests, you can count… Read More ›

Loud Harp’s new album soars

September 19, 2017

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor As a college student, I have an extensive repertoire of study music and playlists available for the entire year.… Read More ›

Florida Georgia Line takes the stage and performs for a sold-out, excited crowd at Concord Pavilion. (Dean Boerner/The Collegian)

Florida Georgia Line, Nelly give Concord crowd unique show

September 17, 2017

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By Dean Boerner | Editor-in-Chief A spirit of joviality threaded the entirety of Florida Georgia Line’s visit to Concord Pavilion last Friday night. The East… Read More ›

Saint Motel brings a fresh sound to the Bay Area

October 4, 2016

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By Eliana Batrez | Contributing Writer The ground shakes. Feet tap. The lead singer, A.J. Jackson, is barely heard over the collective voice of the… Read More ›

BeyoncÉ put on a legendary show that proved why she deserves the title queen. (Photo courtesy of DigitalSpy UK)

Bay Area stays in formation for Beyoncé performances

September 20, 2016

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By Alexa Gambero | Editor-in-Chief The fact that Beyoncé has changed the world is not up for debate. Her surprise self-titled visual album set a… Read More ›

Annual Spring Concert takes place in Moraga Commons

Annual Spring Concert takes place in Moraga Commons

May 3, 2016

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by Adriana Avila | Staff Writer Whether it was the food trucks, summer weather, face painting, or catchy music, Moraga Commons was the place to… Read More ›

An interview with Brother Thomas

May 3, 2016

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by Ramya Ramamoorthy | Staff Writer The Christian Brothers here at Saint Mary’s College excel at their work, but they also have a life outside… Read More ›

Outside Lands releases unimpressive festival line up

Outside Lands releases unimpressive festival line up

April 12, 2016

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by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor Last Tuesday, Outside Lands, made their highly anticipated lineup announcement for the 2016 festival. Outside Lands is an annual festival… Read More ›

Spotify, Tidal, and the search for the perfect music provider

Spotify, Tidal, and the search for the perfect music provider

February 23, 2016

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by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor As a high school junior, I became disillusioned with buying individual albums electronically through iTunes. Before that defining year,… Read More ›

Music is an appropriate medium to discuss race issues

Music is an appropriate medium to discuss race issues

February 17, 2016

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by Aubrey Williams | Contributing Writer Music is an art form, and, like all art, it is a creative outlet. It has always been a… Read More ›

Treasure Island Music Festival presents array of indie music talent

Treasure Island Music Festival presents array of indie music talent

October 23, 2015

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by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor Treasure Island is a two day event that usually tries to cater to a different audience each day. This… Read More ›

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival kicks off this Friday

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival kicks off this Friday

September 29, 2015

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by Jacob Turnrose | Culture Editor Saturated commercialism rules in the Fog City, shown from the ever annoying Segway tourists to the surge of overpriced SOMA… Read More ›

Album review:Saint Mary’s own “Corner Laughers” entices listeners with their unique sound

Album review:Saint Mary’s own “Corner Laughers” entices listeners with their unique sound

September 29, 2015

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by Camilla Marais | Assistant Culture Editor “If you drop bread crumbs while you’re off adventuring you’ll lose your way in darkness, so we’ve heard. We… Read More ›