Chappell Roan: The Midwest Princess Tour

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If you’ve been following us for a while, it should be NO surprise that I had to see pop songstress Chappell Roan on her Midwest Princess Tour.  Since The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess came out this year, it’s all I’ve had in rotation. Seeing her perform these songs on tour brought the album to life with the …

Lauren Spencer Smith Flowers Her Fans With Love

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Lauren enters the stage in her fiery red outfit, wearing all black with a black and red shirt. She kicks off the show by singing her song, “Never Been in Love,” while standing on the steps in the middle of the stage. A fan throws a Canadian flag on stage, and she wraps it around her. When the song is …

The Philadelphia Story (Taylor’s Version)

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I attended the Friday and Saturday night shows of The Eras Tour in Philadelphia this weekend. In a sea of 70,000 people adorning glitter, sequins, and Barbie pink, I watched as Taylor Swift performed the show of a lifetime in her hometown, in a sold-out football stadium only 90 minutes away from where she grew up in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. Long …

Magdalena Bay Hypnotize At The Roxy

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Magdalena Bay took over The Roxy on Friday. The duo, comprised of Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin, performed their mixtape series at a sold-out show packed with fans. It was a special experience where we were able to dive into Magdalena Bay’s colorful and eclectic world.  A rainbow of lights flooded the room while the drums pulsated through the crowd. …

Kali Uchis Mesmerizes At Her Show in Austin

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When you think of an artist like Britney Spears, it’s hard to separate her in your mind from the cult-level following she commanded in the late 90s and early 2000s. Sure, Britney had vocals to spare, but her presence, audience, and fans were what determined her individuality. When you think of an artist like Amy Winehouse, you think of her …

The Eras Tour Review From A 17 Year Long Fan

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Being a fan of Taylor Swift for the last 17 years of my life has been quite the experience. She’s taken me through emotions spanning from excitement to stress. (Sorry, Taylor, those midnight drops were killing my sleep schedule for a bit!) While I haven’t met her or spoken with her in any capacity, I still consider her to be …

Tink Reclaims Her Independence For A Lively Performance In LA

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Singer Tink creates a spectacle of colors, costumes, and dances at her sold out show at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. Following the release of her latest album Thanks 4 Nothing, the show was the second stop on her North American tour. Joined by four backup dancers and an energetic DJ, Tink brought energy and charisma to the historic venue.  …

Concert Review: LAYA Is A One-Person Must-See Show

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Emerging from the purple, fluorescent lights, LAYA takes center stage. The crowd shouts as she greets her excited audience, informing everyone this is the last show on her tour. The rhinestone embellished seaming of her black shorts shimmers in the stage lights. Her zebra print gloves come up to her shoulders and accent her matching thigh-high boots and black bra. …

New Rules Makes New York City Debut

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If you’ve ever gotten butterflies from seeing a band live, then you’ll understand exactly what it was like to see New Rules perform. Mercury Lounge in New York City became fans’ home for a day as they lined up and camped out starting as early as 9 AM. New Rules had curated the type of fanbase over the pandemic that …

Phoebe Bridgers: A Night At The Greek

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It was a cold night at The Greek when Phoebe made her homecoming. The Aries moon loomed over the audience decked out with skeleton t-shirts and doc martens. Charlie Hickey opened the show and even brought out his “boss” Phoebe for a couple of songs, and the whole crowd instantly cheered. He said thank you to her adding, “That was …