Beatles Fans Come Together at Fest

KRISTIN McGUIRE
The Daily Iowan
University of Iowa

August 17, 2006

(U-WIRE) IOWA CITY, Iowa — The days of The Beatles as a working band may have vanished down the long and winding road, but Beatle fans still abound, and their annual get-togethers still mean here comes the fun. Fans of Th...

Luckett Aims to Fulfill Solo Destiny With ‘LeToya’

NYERERE DAVIDSON
The Famuan
Florida A&M University

August 15, 2006

(U-WIRE) TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — From just being known as a former member of the Grammy-winning group Destiny's Child to becoming a "Destiny's orphan," LeToya Luckett decides to pack her bags, move out and deliver her self-titled...

DJ Shadow Inconsistent on ‘The Outsider’

CHRIS BARTH
The Dartmouth
Dartmouth University

August 15, 2006

(U-WIRE) HANOVER, N.H. — "There's songs on this album that I think blow away almost anything else I've ever done. I think song for song it's the best album I've ever made. One thing's for sure — it's going to make...

The Shys’ Not Saving Rock ’n’ Roll With ‘Astoria’

JASON TURNER
The Lantern
Ohio State University

August 15, 2006

(U-WIRE) COLUMBUS, Ohio — Music fans might expect an album that sounds like The Hives, The Strokes, The Vines and The Black Crowes all rolled into one would sound good, but in the case of The Shys, they would be wrong. Their re...

Music Scene Is Alive and Well in Political Hotbed

ROB TERPSTRA
U-Wire

August 15, 2006

(U-WIRE) Jerusalem — Dancing to the beats of the Ministry of Sound and singing to the rock 'n' roll tunes of Ivri Lider, you wouldn't know that Israel is currently embroiled in a bitter war that has no end in sight. For Is...

Get Lost in Edwins McCain’s New CD

APRIL RUMORE
Culture Writer
The Arbiter Online
Boise State University

May 5, 2006

Edwin McCain "will be the greatest fan of your life," are you his? Entering the music scene with his big hit, "I'll Be" in 1993, McCain started out fantastic. That one hit made the top 10 and millions, not only in dollars but...

‘WYSIWYG’ Like Spiked Drink: Slips Down Easily, Messes With Brain

MASON WEST
Oregon Daily Emerald
University of Oregon, Eugene

April 27, 2006

Chumbawamba, the band that brought you the hit "Tubthumping," is back with its new album "WYSIWYG." The title, an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, is anything but the truth. On first listen, I found the album to have no...

Pepper’s Big Island Reggae-rock Heats Up the Mainland

LINDA GAMPERT
Pulse Reporter
Oregon Daily Emerald
University of Oregon, Eugene

April 27, 2006

Hawaiian pride is something those from the "mainland" will never understand. The passion exuded in Hawaiian culture is difficult to match. Pepper, made up of Bret Bollinger, Kaleo Wassman and Yesod Williams, is one band from the...

Josh Ritter ‘The Animal Years’

PHILIP OSSIE BLADINE
Oregon Daily Emerald
University of Oregon, Eugene

April 27, 2006

The hectic 16 months Josh Ritter spent touring for his "Hello Starling" album have become the basis of the musician's fourth album, "The Animal Years" - also his major label debut. Ritter escapes from the sweet, autobiographical ba...

Great Music Comes Alive With the Living Things

JOSH HUGGETT
State Hornet
Sacramento State University

April 25, 2006

Maybe it's just me, but rock 'n' roll isn't just about the sex and drugs anymore. Take the Living Things for instance. Put together smooth sounding vocals, ripping guitar chords and an edgy attitude and you've got the recipe fo...

Get Ready for The Start

APRIL RUMORE
Culture Writer
The Arbiter Online
Boise State University

April 24, 2006

Sexy, edgy, sassy and fun, The Start is a southern California band with an indie label. Bringing Madonna, The Beatles, the Smashing Pumpkins, MXPX and Gwen Stefani to one party would be quite the mingling session. Imagine these...

Best of ’90s Rock Returns With Spring-slated Albums

TRVOY DAVIS
Pulse Reporter
Oregon Daily Emerald
University of Oregon, Eugene

April 20, 2006

Spring term may feel like a time warp back to the '90s, when rock dominated the music charts. Think back to the likes of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tool, Soundgarden and Stone Temple Pilots. While this spring will...

Collegiate News>>Music