*NSYNC receives star on Walk of Fame
May15

*NSYNC receives star on Walk of Fame

  One of the most celebrated boy bands of the 1990s reunited to accept a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles. Fans cheered with excitement as the five aging members of *NSYNC stood at a podium on April 30, giving thanks to those who have supported the group for the past 23 years. Justin Timberlake ended their acceptance speech by stating “I love these four guys, we’ve had an incredible ride and I can’t wait to see what...

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Palomar Music’s Collaborative Voyage
May14

Palomar Music’s Collaborative Voyage

Palomar’s “Spring Spectacular” is a tribute to students and the community. “The concert is dedicated to Palomar’s graduates and the idea of commencement. The musical pieces) all in some way deal with changes, they all take risk, and deal with the idea of unknown using a metaphor of the sea,” said Palomar Music Professor and Palomar Symphony Orchestra conductor Dr. Ellen Weller. The concert combines the...

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San Diego Music Awards a tribute to old and new artists
Apr18

San Diego Music Awards a tribute to old and new artists

The 2018 San Diego Music Awards rocked the House of Blues with genre’s as diverse as the people of San Diego. Local rock band P.O.D headlined the show that featured Jazz, Blues, Hip-Hop Folk and Pop bands dropping their latest hits. “Its dope, its a real good crowd tonight, like, they had a good vibe” said Parker Edison, a rapper of the trio Parker Meridian and nominee for Artist of the Year 2018. The event featured reunions and...

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“Swingin’ for the Fences” springs into season
Mar31

“Swingin’ for the Fences” springs into season

by Brooke Reotutar and Skylar Miller Palomar’s Big Band Jazz Ensemble filled the Howard Brubeck Theater with loud melodies that struck the heartstrings of the audience. At their first of two shows this semester, the ensemble kicked off the spring season with their lively concert, ‘Swingin’ for the Fences’ on Friday, March 16. Bringing the inspiration of America’s old ‘pastime,’ the Big Band Jazz Ensemble emulated the atmosphere of...

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Italian hip-hop artist inspires students
Mar31

Italian hip-hop artist inspires students

“Without hip hop I’d be dead or in jail,” stated Amir Issaa, Italian hip-hop artist. On the 4th floor of the SDSU Love Library, students of music, language and culture hear the confession of Italian hip hop pioneer Amir Issaa. The event slated as “Power to the People: A cross cultural hip-hop discussion and workshop also featured local rapper Parker Edison. Put on by SDSU’s European studies Department, it was attended by...

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Bumpin’ Uglies releasing new album
Mar31

Bumpin’ Uglies releasing new album

  To describe the Bumpin’ Uglies as just another hard-working band would be an understatement. Within the last several years, they have consistently produced new material and toured across the U.S. Now, after spending time in the studio, Bumpin’ Uglies are ready to unleash their fourth LP, on April 6th, “Beast From The East.” Hailing from Maryland, Bumpin’ Uglies, have been serving listeners with a sound that is uniquely...

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