by Alexis McCutchan | Editor-in-Chief Six of the campus choirs performed at UIL this past weekend at Alamo Heights High School and earned sweepstakes trophy which means they earned a superior rating in concert and superior rating in sight-reading. “We...
If you are like many of your fellow students at school you do not have a $889 ticket to Coachella. You may be sad and very jealous, but lucky for you I am giving you all the inside details on the top 10 things going on at Coachella. As well as providing you with a resource to live stream coachella on your phone, tablet, computer e.t.c. If you are interested in seeing more Coachella click here.
With Thanksgiving long and gone and Christmas on the rise, holiday music can be heard almost every where you go. This type of music has evolved over the years to include various artists and genres, however there are some albums that remain iconic to this day. Here are 10 of the best holiday albums out there, in my opinion:
Lately, I’ve been noticing that funk and soul have been making a comeback in today’s society, with bands like Parliament Funkadelic, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Commodores, and even more talented musicians from this era to have to inspire and influence people, it’s great that it’s finally happening.
Traveling multiple hours in Texas heat to see our favorite artists live is one of the biggest burdens of living in San Antonio. The new year however seems to lift that burden off our mainstream-music-loving shoulders. 2014 is filled with scheduled concerts including Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, One Direction and many more.