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Adam Bros. Show

Article by Meagan Gunn Greenville’s 8th Annual Autumn Artwalk brought hundreds of people to the town square last Friday evening for art and craft displays, great food, and of course, live music. While people were enjoying the vendors and music on the square, another concert was held at Adam Brothers Music & Coffeehouse just a few steps away. Michael Trieb and Betty and the Bandits packed the place—quite ...

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Gin House Concert Review

by Travis Hawkins. Monday the 24th turned out to be a rocking night as Atlanta-based band Gin House performed on campus in the Blackroom. The band, who's primary line-up consists of Brandon Clark on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, and Paul Lynch on lead electric guitar and harmony vocals, played in support of their new self-titled E.P. released just recently. The concert brought in over a hundred campus co ...

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Bob Dylan Tempest Review

Written by Kevin Dunne. Call him Robert Zimmerman or call him Bob Dylan, the folk singer has nearly seen (and sung) it all. Heartache, injustice, tragedy, war, love, innocence, friendship, more heartache, and life are but a few topics of the singer’s 450-plus songs and ballads. At the age of 71, Dylan has been on the Never-Ending Tour for decades, worked with world-famous musicians, received numerous awards ...

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Paper Route “The Peace of Wild Things” Review

Ben Menghini, Alumni Reporter/Regular Guy Sam Filby, Guest Writer/Awesome Guy  It's hard to argue that pop music isn't inherently evil. Let's face it: most music played on popular radio stations sounds less like a form of art and more like the results of music industry experts getting together and using formulas to create bland, yet somewhat catchy songs. Art often, if not always, reflects the thoughts and ...

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“Hope Springs” Review

Written by Tyler Lamb. Hope Springs (IMDB) is a new movie from director David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada, Marley & Me) starring Tommy Lee Jones (Men in Black, No Country for Old Men), Meryl Streep (The Iron Lady, Doubt) and Steve Carell (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Little Miss Sunshine). It follows a married couple, straight off their 31st anniversary, who through the years have stayed together but have ...

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New GC Lab Bands

By Chace McNinch It’s that time of year again, friends. People are getting back into the Greenville groove, whether it’s through the solidifying sleep schedules or getting used to the D.C. diet. Students are getting the chance to be a part of some amazing opportunities throughout the campus, including both extracurricular activities and classes alike. Among these opportunities is class the music department ...

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