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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In November

Welcome back, readers! After celebrating Thanksgiving this month with your loved ones, we hope you saved room for these hot headlines. November marked the return of the American Music Awards, a new One Direction baby, and many more delicious stories from Hollywood. Let’s dig in!

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Luke Bryan Pays It Back with His Latest EP and ‘Farm Tour’

For years, reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan has given fans new music every spring break with his annual beach party-themed EPs. Fun-filled and nostalgic for old crowds and new, the records have been a favorite among many since its initial debut in 2009. But after ending the highly anticipated tradition just last spring, […]

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: August 2016

The weather might not be any cooler, but I can assure you that summer is, in fact, ending and that means so is August, so it’s time to talk about what you might have missed on your Idol radar this month:

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Concert Review: The Future is Now with Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas

On August 25th, Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas brought their Future Now Tour to Rogers Arena in Vancouver. This package deal of a concert starring the two young pop singers’ promised to be a treat for joint fans of the dynamic duo, reviving nostalgia from their Camp Rock origins and showcasing their developed artistry in the present day.

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Concert Review: Kacey Musgraves Sparkles on The Rhinestone Revue

On August 2nd, The Kacey Musgraves Country & Western Rhinestone Revue tour made a stop at the historic Vogue Theatre in Vancouver. For one spectacular (and very sparkly) evening, the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter showcased that enthralling blend of classic country-inspired sounds and progressively thought-provoking lyrics which has made the country renegade the one to watch out for within the traditionally conservative […]

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: July 2016

With summer holidays in full swing, it feels like the months are flying by, but Idol‘s cast of alumni is busier than ever with new albums, new music videos, and other news so let’s get right down to it.

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Concert Review: Adele Says ‘Hello’ to North America

On July 20th, the one and only Adele performed at Rogers Arena in Vancouver—the first of two sold-out concerts in the Canadian metropolis, as well as the fifty-eighth show along her sold-out 2016 world tour, which now has the global phenomenon traveling throughout North America.

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Concert Review: Steven Tyler Goes out on a Limb

On July 10th, Steven Tyler played to a sold-out crowd at the Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver during a stop along his …Out On A Limb tour. The Aerosmith frontman is out on the road all summer long throughout North America in promotion of his newly released solo project, We’re All Somebody From Somewhere, which is the living rock legend’s […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Bonnaroo and Festivals to Come

For many of us, summertime means sitting poolside, road trips to the beach, and of course, festivals. Some of the biggest festivals of the year have already come and gone, but I’m here to deliver a recap of one of the most well-known music festivals in the country: Bonnaroo. Bonnaroo is a four-day music festival […]

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Tips and Tricks for Scoring Concert Tickets

Buying concert tickets is like testing your luck with the lottery. Sometimes you hit the jackpot, other times, you’re given the ol’ ‘try again next time’. And yet, there are always those lucky few who always seem to score tickets for every must-see live music show. How does one maintain the upper hand in the rat race world of event ticket […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in November

Thanksgiving may have come and gone, but we are still gobbling up the most-talked-about entertainment news stories of November! Everything from award shows to health scares trended throughout the month, but music was the real winner of the month. From new albums to a chart-topping battle, let’s dive right into the month’s juiciest stories!

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David Cook Rocks Seattle on His ‘Digital Vein’ Tour

On Sunday October 11, David Cook played the Tractor Tavern in Seattle as part of The Digital Vein Tour in support of his new album of the same name. Cook’s last show in Seattle was about four years prior, but the enthusiastic crowd proved that he still has a significant fanbase in the Pacific Northwest. […]

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Tornadoes and Tunes: Third Eye Blind in Kansas City

Tornado sirens are not quite the way one wants to start a rock concert, but on Monday, July 6th at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Missouri that is exactly how Third Eye Blind’s triumphant return to the City of Fountains began. A series of storms rolled through the area just half an hour before […]

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Phillip Phillips Canadian Tour in Vancouver

On March 28th, Phillip Phillips wrapped up his Canadian tour in Vancouver. The American Idol winner turned multi-platinum-selling recording artist embarked on a three week trip across the country to perform hit songs from his debut album, The World from the Side of the Moon, and to promote his new single, “Raging Fire” from his […]

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Coldplay Enchants the iTunes Festival at SXSW

UK band, Coldplay performed an 11-song setlist before hundreds of fans on the historic stage of the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas last night (the same stage as the beloved PBS series, Austin City Limits). The quintet played a few of their old favorites, as well as debut some new tunes from their forthcoming sixth studio album, “Ghost Stories”—slated for a May 19 release. The band hasn’t released any new music in the last two years and lead singer Chris Martin knows it, telling the audience, “We’ve been away a long time and I can’t think of a better place to come back into the world.”

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