Before his event on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Sanders Theater, the Crimson spoke with Crosby about his decades-long career of musical creativity.
The Harvard Crimson spoke with McGuinn about the Byrds’ career, the making of “Sweetheart of the Rodeo,” and his current tour.
Some musical groups say that the makeup of their membership — and possible shifts toward co-ed status — are driven by auditionees’ abilities, not their gender.
For Detroit-raised Quinn XCII, playing to a packed crowd in the heart of the Midwest at this inflection point in his career must have held a certain and special poignance.
However, the collection of tracks is its own war of attrition: able to hold its own and not devoid of victories, but laborious nonetheless.
Mars put a wide range of talents on display—not only singing and dancing but also soloing on a (gold, naturally) Stratocaster on “Calling All My Lovelies.”
Featured on Frank Ocean’s Blonded Radio show, ARTHUR combines his unique vision of alternative indie pop with a slew of other musical styles and traditions.
Ajna's Berklee roots are why a relatively new band with just one EP was able to perform at the main stage at Outside Lands, San Francisco’s largest music festival.