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Maura Rogers & The Bellows play family-friendly show at Music Box Supper Club

Maura Rogers & The Bellows play family-friendly show at Music Box Supper Club

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

When Maura Rogers & The Bellows performed at the Music Box Supper Club, their crowd consisted of packed-in older adults seated in the back with drinks in hand, and a sparse group of their children seated on the floor in front of the stage. Hours later, this same floor would be crowded with dancing feet ...

The Mowgli’s headline Brite Winter 2016

The Mowgli’s headline Brite Winter 2016

Sarah Lisk, Staff Reporter
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

The Mowgli’s are on a self-declared mission to change the world by spreading kindness and love, and listeners won’t forget it after taking part in the pure fun of their dynamic concerts. On Feb. 20, as the headliners of Cleveland’s free Brite Winter festival, The Mowgli’s had the privilege of...

Cities & Coasts see packed crowd

Cities & Coasts see packed crowd

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Cities & Coasts took the stage at Music Box Supper Club at the same time national headliner The Mowgli’s strummed their first chords on the main stage outside. That said, it would have been incorrect to think they’d have a small audience. While most of Brite Winter’s attendees were at ...

Nick D’ & the Believers break out gold outfits

Nick D’ & the Believers break out gold outfits

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

“We pretty highly value entertainment in a show,” says Nick D’Andrea, the singer of Nick D’ & the Believers. “We definitely like to make it a communal type of experience. We try to get everyone involved.” For his band, it starts with the clothes. The entire band matched with gold ou...

Marcus Alan Ward blends hip hop, indie music in concert

Marcus Alan Ward blends hip hop, indie music in concert

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Local alternative act Marcus Alan Ward performed at a small stage at Brite Winter for a crowd that gathered after the sunset. A chilly breeze blew through the audience. Ward asked everyone to start a slow clap to warm their hands up before he started performing. Unfortunately, the building clapping ...

Seafair channels their inner summer at winter show

Seafair channels their inner summer at winter show

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Before Seafair officially started their set at Brite Winter music festival, singer Chayla Hope looked disappointed as members of the band carried a pair of inflatable palm trees off the stage. The staff of Brite Winter didn’t allow the large props to be used during their performance. “We actually ...

Thaddeus Anna Greene break out heavy-hitting blues

Thaddeus Anna Greene break out heavy-hitting blues

Anne Nickoloff, Director of Print
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Blues rock band Thaddeus Anna Greene played a long set at the Music Box Supper Club in front of an excited, throbbing crowd of dancing audience members. However their attitude on stage was relaxed and laid-back. The band has performed at Brite Winter several times in the past, so they knew what to expect...

Playlist of the Week

Sarah Lisk, Staff Reporter
February 26
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Tokyo Police Club - “Not My Girl” “Not My Girl” is the first taste of Tokyo Police Club’s upcoming two-part EP, “Melon Collie and the Infinite Radness.” Since its founding 11 years ago the group still hasn’t exactly settled on a sound, instead oscillating between the conventional “...

Playlist of the Week: Feb. 19

Sarah Lisk, Staff Reporter
February 19
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Jukebox the Ghost - “Hollywood” If you missed Jukebox the Ghost at Spot Night a year ago or just missed them in general, you’re in luck: the trio will be jamming at Beachland on March 4. In preparation for their current tour, Jukebox has released a campy music video for their (mostly) upbeat ...

The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards focus on performances

Alex Tomazic, Staff Reporter
February 19
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards were held last Monday in Los Angeles, California. Dubbed “Music’s Biggest Night,” the GRAMMYs celebrated the best (and the most popular) in the industry from the last year. Since many of the GRAMMY winners are announced before the actual ceremony, the night mainly...

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